Enrolment

Kingdom Clinic is open for enrolment.  Please contact Kingdom Clinic on 039820168.  DO NOT COME IN.

Due to COVID-19 our enrolment procedure has been modified.

For anyone 16 years and older, your details will be taken and passed onto one of the nurses who will phone you for a phone consult for which a $5 to $10 charge applies.

By talking with one of our Team as part of the enrolment process, we can make sure the Kingdom Clinic can meet your expectations.

Please do not expect medical certificates or prescriptions at this time.

If both the nurse and yourself agree to go ahead with enrolment, an enrolment form needs to be completed as soon as possible and before an emergency appointment or phone consult appointment can be made.  We can email the enrolment form if you have the ability to print.  Enrolment forms can be completed for children at this time also.

We would appreciate it if you can bring some form of identification such as your driver’s license, and if you are in New Zealand on a Visa we will need to see this and your passport.

As it is illegal for GPs to prescribe addictive medications without good reason, Kingdom Clinic has a strict policy about prescribing Opiates or Benzodiazepines, or any other addictive medication.

Please phone 03 982 0168 to enquire.

To view our Patient Information Sheet, Click HERE.


Our normal enrolment procedure for anyone 16 years and older is that a nurse appointment is made for which a $10 charge applies.  A wait-list may apply as Kingdom Clinic is still busy.   At this appointment you will be asked to complete an enrolment form.  Enrolment forms can be completed for children at this time also.

By meeting one of our Team during the enrolment process, we can make sure the Kingdom Clinic can meet your expectations.

We are not able to book an appointment with the doctor or nurse practitioner until the enrolment process has been completed so please do not expect medical certificates or prescriptions at this time.

We would appreciate it if you can bring some form of identification such as your driver’s license, and if you are in New Zealand on a Visa we will need to see this and your passport.

As it is illegal for GPs to prescribe addictive medications without good reason, Kingdom Clinic has a strict policy about prescribing Opiates or Benzodiazepines, or any other addictive medication.

Please phone 03 982 0168 to enquire.

To view our Patient Information Sheet, Click HERE.