Kia ora, Bi bec, Mauri, Talofa lava, Kia orana, Faka lofa lahi atu, Nisa bula vinaka, Malo e lelei..
Marlborough Primary Health contracts health professionals and organisations in the community, such as General Practices, to deliver quality primary health care services to an enrolled population of approximately 42,000 people and a total of eight (8) General Practices operating in Blenheim, Picton and Havelock; and one (1) General Practice located in Nelson.
Francis Street Medical will be moving premises and will be renamed. Trading as Omaka Medical from 14th January 2019. New premises will be 4 Richardson Avenue, Burleigh, Blenheim.
Patients who are new to Marlborough should contact their nearest General Practice to enrol click here. If you are unable to see your Doctor please phone 0800 611 116.
For Urgent Care of for Patients new to Marlborough or Visitors to Marlborough wanting a Doctor click here
Safe To Talk – 24 hour helpline
Safe to talk provides free, confidential information and support to people affected by sexual harm. The helpline can be accessed free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by phone, text, website, online chat and email:
- Freephone: 0800 044 334
- Text: 4334
- Website / Online Chat: www.safetotalknz
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are needing supporting around anxiety due to the earthquakes, please phone 0800 543 354 or visit mentalhealth.org.nz.
Mental Health support is available, phone or text 1737 “need to talk” – 24 hours.
The Emergency Department is for Emergencies
Community Advisory Group
Marlborough Primary Health are seeking input from NGO’s and community organisations to work with us to ensure health needs are being met. If you are interested in being part of this group, please register your interest to Amaroa Katu: email@example.com
Marlborough Primary Health are continuing to work to improve the health for the Marlborough community and we would appreciate your feedback.