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Hamilton East Medical Centre is a large modern, innovative general practice.

Established in the 1940’s it has a long history of providing excellent health care services to all their patients.

We are a progressive and forward-thinking practice offering a wide range of medical services, to 18,000 patients.

We are a member of the Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, a not-for-profit primary health care management and development company, who set quarterly quality-based targets for the practice to achieve.

We continually thrive to improve the quality and range of services we provide to our patients.

Currently, we have 16 doctors in our practice, all of whom are qualified General Practitioners. They have a diverse range of complementary skills and an abundance of medical expertise. Many have specialised in certain areas of medical knowledge. See our sepciliased services here.

Our large nursing team assist the doctors and also run our vaccinations, plastering service, blood tests and routine screening programs.

There is always someone to help you at HEMC.

Each doctor has an excellent and capable team around them, so if your doctor is away there is always someone available to help. We also provide an out of hours service and an urgent doctor.


Why choose Hamilton East Medical Centre?

We are a community based general practice providing a quality service and treatments, ensuring great patient care.

  • Large number of doctors with a diverse range of skills and knowledge
  • Modern forward-thinking practice
  • Specialised services offered
  • Specialised knowledge areas
  • Great communication provided
  • Often ranked No.1 in achievement of quality targets
  • Great facilities, and parking


Are you planning a summer holiday?

With the outbreaks of Measles in Samoa, Tonga, Philippines, Fiji and elsewhere, the NZ Ministry of Health advises that everyone aged 50 and under travelling to areas with known Measles outbreaks ensure they are up to date with vaccination against this very infectious disease.

They also recommend infants aged six to 11 months travelling to an outbreak area have one dose of MMR (Any child vaccinated before 12 months of age will still need two further doses of MMR)

Ideally everyone needs to be vaccinated at least two weeks before travel. 

People who aren’t immune and have early symptoms of measles (fever, cough, runny nose, sore eyes and/or a rash) should not travel.

These outbreaks highlight the need for everyone to be up to date with the NZ vaccination schedule whether travelling or not. When there is an outbreak there is a sudden demand for vaccine from all those at risk and supplies often cannot keep pace for a while. The vaccines then become restricted to priority groups.

It is estimated over 140,000 people died from Measles worldwide in 2018, and for 2019 Measles cases reported are 3 times higher

Check you are vaccinated today – to make sure you have a safe and healthy holiday!

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16 Beale Street, Hamilton East
Hamilton 3216

Contact us

Postal Address
PO Box 4096, Hamilton 3247

07 839 1232
07 834 0928

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