Flu Vaccinations are available between 900 am and 12. 00 noon and 2. 00 pm and 5. 00 pm on weekdays - no appointment necessary - ring to book for the Saturday nurse clinic. Vaccinations are FREE if you are aged 65 or older, or have a chronic condition. Otherwise the charge is $ 29. 00.
Acupuncture is a sophisticated system of energy medicine that is over 3000 years old and involves an external stimulus being applied to different energy points on the skin
General Medical Services
General Medical services are the core of our practice
Immunisation is a way of protecting against infectious diseases It is a personal choice.
There are benefits and risks associated with all treatments. You need to research the issue to ascertain if this is the right option for you.
Need to have a blood test or drop off a specimen? Aotea Pathology have moved to their new premises at 234 Karori Road (on the corner of Raine Street and Karori Road)
At Karori Medical Centre we offer pre and post natal care Although our Doctors no longer offer delivery services, there are independent midwives who operate at our branch surgery, The Village Health Centre, 146 karori Road, Karori.
Physiotherapy services are available through The Village Health Centre, 146 Karori Rd
B. A. Phty.
Sports and General Podiatry - John Sloane
See how the highest level of training and sophisticated equipment can be used to treat your injuries
Sport is not just about physical exercise
It incorporates physical and mental wellbeing - Nutrition, Fitness, Psychology, Rapid Injury Recovery and Health Promotion.
A quick and convenient way of attending to minor ailments without having to see the Doctor is to make an appointment in the Nurses Clinic
Our Travel Clinic offers up to date information on immunisations, health precautions and latest world trends We use regularly updated information, along with Ministry of Health guidelines.
A number of our Practitioners have undertaken Post Graduate study in this specialty.
Beijing Olympics 2008- Dr Chan Dassanayake
Going for Gold: Reflections on the Olympics
Dr Chan Dassanayake
• Beijing 2008, My Olympic Experience
• China’s Olympics
• A Bit of History!
• The NZ Team
• The Olympic Village
• The Doctors Day
• China and Beijing
• The Athletes
• The Venues
• The High Points
Beijing 2008, My Olympic Experience
Many people have asked me about China and the Olympics, and some to write it down in our newsletter
London Olympics 2012- Chan's Blog #1
Olympic Update Number 1 – Nick Willis
Today Nick Willis (1500m) was named as the NZ team flag bearer
London Olympics 2012- Chan's Blog #2
Olympic Update Number 2
Hello from the Games!
A note to all staff at KMC who will be glued to the TV!!
There is nothing more frustrating than spending an hour writing an e-mail to discover it has been lost!!
So lets start again!! I can't believe I have to start all over again!
Lets start with the village again
London Olympics 2012- Chan's Blog #3
Olympic Update Number 3
This is next piece is written over a couple of days
London Olympics 2012- Chan's Blog #4
Olympic Update No 4 – Usain Bolt
He is the greatest showman on earth – the fastest man on earth
London Olympics 2012- Chan's Blog #5
Olympic Update No 5
I’m actually back in NZ and had forgotten about my last piece, sitting here on the laptop