Need to see us for health care in Level 3?
If you need health care during Level 3, as always we’re ready to help you and whānau in your bubble!
Whilst getting a Covid test swab is not nearly as exciting as getting takeaways (yay!) it remains a top priority for us to ensure that you can be seen swiftly and safely. Meanwhile, our vaccination rollout is full steam ahead. We are delighted to have seen so many of our East Tamaki community come through the clinic to get their vaccinations and start the very important health journey of building immunity against Covid.
As you know, getting the vaccine is the best way to avoid getting severe symptoms should you get Covid at some point. Your body will be able to defend itself so much better once you’ve had 2 doses of the Pzizer vaccine.
So, here is how our clinic will be operating in Level 3:
- During Level 3 we continue to be open, seven days a week from 7 am to 11 pm.
- Our entire team is available for patient consultations.
- The drive-through swab Tent is open seven days a week from 8 am to 4 pm. Find out more about testing.
- Vaccinations are accessible at East care through the national booking system or call our booking line on 09 242 1616.
- Please make sure you don’t enter the clinic if you have Covid symptoms.
Once again, we want to thank everyone for being so supportive and uplifting to our team during Level 4. We’ve met some amazing people who have such great attitudes. We know that this time has been challenging for everybody in many aspects of their lives, not just from a health perspective. Keep an eye on our social media for home first aid tips so that you can treat minor illness or injury when it happens. Don’t forget we are open every day any time you need urgent care help. Call us if you have any other questions about Level 3 health care or general concerns about coming into the clinic.
Meanwhile, hang in there everyone. Level 3 is such an important time to continue to manaaki and stay home, in our bubbles where possible. Bring on the move to Level 2 as soon as possible!
Kia noho haumaru, stay safe and well.