Rural Delivery Midwives
The Rural Delivery Midwives attend the Health Centre to see maternity patients. They will arrange their own appointments. Please call the Health Centre on 03 315 6328 for further information.
Amuri Health defaults to two pharmacies for you prescriptive needs.
Amberley Pharmacy who deliver via the courier to local depots in Culverden, Waiau and Rotherham, medications will arrive in the afternoon and can either be collected or will be delivered to your mailbox if you have rural mail delivery. payments for these medications should be paid directly to the pharmacy.
Healthworks Pharmacy who deliver via the courier to local depots in Culverden, Waiau and Rotherham, medications will arrive in the morning and can either be collected or will be delivered to your mailbox if you have rural mail delivery. payments for these medications should be paid directly to the pharmacy, although we are able to take Eftpos payments on behalf of Healthworks Pharmacy.
Chris Dixon holds physiotherapy clinics at Amuri community Health Centre on Mondays and Thursdays, call Chris to arrange an appointment on 027 420 9766 or 03 315 6328 through the Health Centre.
Apart from providing general physiotherapy for back, neck, joint pains, strains and sport injuries, Chris is qualified in acupuncture, able to give exercise prescription and provides therapeutic massage.
You can book to see Corry by phoning reception at 03 315 6328.
Please phone reception to check availability of appointments with the podiatrist. He visits the clinic about every six weeks.
Simon Pickering is the Brief Intervention Coordinator, offering up to five free sessions of counselling for enrolled patients with mild to moderate mental problems, e.g. anxiety, post natal depression, work stress or depression relating to financial worries, work stress or a chronic illness diagnosis.
Simon also assists with service coordination and assisted access to secondary services and works on referral from the Health Centre.
Please speak to a Doctor or Nurse if you would like to discuss seeing Simon.
Skin cancer is the most common cancer affecting New Zealanders.
Skin cancers are commonly put into two groups - melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer, with melanoma being the most dangerous.
See your doctor as soon as possible if you:
• see or feel something that's new on your skin
• see or feel something that’s different from other moles
• notice a mole that’s changed from the last time you checked - this could include a change in the colour, shape or size, or if it is bleeding or itchy.
Some skin cancers can spread very quickly, so noticing a change in your skin quickly (early detection) means that it's more likely to be treated successfully.
We offer full comprehensive skin checks for both enrolled and non-enrolled patients at a very reasonable rate. Please contact the Health Centre for an appointment or for more information.
Dr Graeme Scrivener runs a dedicated skin check clinic from time to time. Please contact the Health Centre to find out when these clinics are being held.
Fiona Kendall attends the Health Centre and organises her own clinics. Please phone reception on 03 315 6328 for further information.
He Waka Tapu
He Waka Tapu run clinics here at the Health Centre for Cervical Screening and these are advertised and booked through the practice nurses.
Please phone reception on 03 315 6328 for further information.
Jonathan Partington holds clinics here for Diabetic patient reviews, please phone to discuss with the practice nurse on 03 315 6328 for further information