• Monday: 8:00am – 5:30pm
  • Tuesday: 8:00am – 5:30pm
  • Wednesday: 8:00am – 5:30pm
  • Thursday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
  • Friday: 8:00am – 5:30pm
  • Saturday: 9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Closed On Public Holidays

 

Phone: 09 424 3001

Email: reception@familydoctors.nz

6/651 Whangaparaoa Road, Whangaparaoa, 0932 Auckland

Phone us first on 09 424 3001 and your call will immediately transfer to a registered nurse.

For urgent care dial 111

Should you require a chaperone during one of your visits to our surgery this can be arranged, but we will need you to advise us prior to your consultation. Just phone our reception staff and they will be happy to organise this for you.

Welcome To Family Doctors Whangaparaoa

Family Doctors Whangaparaoa

Family Doctors Associates is a long-established general practice which is now on the corner of Whangaparaoa Rd and Karepiro Drive in Stanmore Bay.

We are committed to providing high-quality medical care for all our enrolled patients. The Family Doctors staff are very approachable and take pride in delivering our patient-focused professional medical services.

Our purpose built medical facility expresses our principles well. Being designed to deliver the best in medical care while providing a bright, peaceful and comfortable environment for patients.

It has been a privilege to serve in the Whangaparaoa community for over 25 years, and we are looking forward to providing a proactive and supportive service for you into the future.

Welcome To Family Doctors Whangaparaoa

Family Doctors Whangaparaoa

Family Doctors Associates is a long-established general practice which is now on the corner of Whangaparaoa Rd and Karepiro Drive in Stanmore Bay.

We are committed to providing high-quality medical care for all our enrolled patients. The Family Doctors staff are very approachable and take pride in delivering our patient-focused professional medical services.

Our purpose built medical facility expresses our principles well. Being designed to deliver the best in medical care while providing a bright, peaceful and comfortable environment for patients.

It has been a privilege to serve in the Whangaparaoa community for over 25 years, and we are looking forward to providing a proactive and supportive service for you into the future.

Our Doctors

General Practitioner
Vocationally Registered

General Practitioner
Vocationally Registered

General Practitioner

General Practitioner

General Practitioner
Vocationally Registered

General Practitioner

Articles and Updates

Latest News

Family Doctors

Our Christmas Hours 2018/19

Christmas and New Year holiday hours. Monday  24 December  8am – 3:30pm Tuesday 25 December   –  CLOSED Wednesday 26 December  –  CLOSED Thursday 27 December 8am – 5:30pm Friday 28 December  8am – 5:30pm Saturday 29 December  –  CLOSED Monday 31 December  8am – 3:30pm Tuesday 1 January  –  CLOSED Wednesday 2 January  –  CLOSED

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Family Doctors

Family Doctors welcome Dr Sophie Robinson

Dr Sophie Robinson will be joining the Family Doctors team from 12th November. Sophie grew up in South West England and qualified as a GP in London. She has an interest in Sports and Exercise Medicine and is currently undertaking a part-time masters degree. She has sporty extracurricular interests also, enjoying cycling and triathlons in

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Dr. Peter Hall Feature Articles

Dr Peter Hall

Addictions

When my grandkids get those boxes of chocolates to fundraise for school, they give them to me.  The assumption is that I will either sell them or eat them, but they don’t really care either way. The problem is that I do eat them, and if I know they are in the house I really

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Dr Peter Hall

Self-diagnosis a general practice tool

Brace yourself, general practice is changing and we’re all running to catch up.  For a start about a quarter of our current GP’s are planning to retire in the next five years so there is a workforce crisis looming.  The number of young doctors entering the profession is encouraging but, partly due to poor recruitment

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Dr Peter Hall

General Practice is changing

  Brace yourself, general practice is changing and we’re all running to catch up. For a start about a quarter of our current GPs are planning to retire in the next five years so there is a workforce crisis looming. The number of young doctors entering the profession is encouraging but, partly due to poor

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