Kia ora, 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 46,000 people and a total of ten (10) General Practices operating in Blenheim, Picton, Renwick and Havelock.


New to Marlborough & Wanting to Enrol 

If you are new to Marlborough and wanting to enrol, we recommend you contact your nearest General Practice to enrol. Click here to see a list of our Practices.



Temporary Reduction in Hours at Marlborough Urgent Care Centre

From Thursday 31st August 2023, Marlborough Urgent Care Centre will be operating from 8am to 4.30pm, closing doors at 5pm. This operation will be in place Monday to Sunday.  These hours are temporary to recruit more staff to help with the demand on the service.

Marlborough General Practices will continue to offer “on the day” acute appointments for their enrolled patients. Enrolled patients who are unable to get an appointment and who meet the triage criteria, will be referred to Practice Plus or Tele-health.

For members of the public and visitors to Marlborough who visit Marlborough Urgent Care and meet the triage criteria, will also be referred to Practice Plus or Tele-health.





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:

For mental health support phone 0800 543 354 or visit mentalhealth.org.nz.


Phone or Text 1737 “need to talk” – 24 hours. 





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:  info@nullmarlboroughpho.org.nz