- Anyone wishing to permanently live and work in New Zealand needs to pass an immigration medical. An application form is provided by the Immigration Department which is downloadable from their website. You will also need to be seen and examined by an approved doctor and blood and urine will be collected from you for testing. You are also required to have a chest X-Ray.
When the form is completed and signed by an approved doctor and you have results from the different tests, this information is sent to the Immigration Department. They will let you know if you are medically eligible to live and work in New Zealand. We can supply a translation service for any Spanish or Portuguese speaking applicants.
- Wherever you wish to travel in the world we have the latest up to date advice and guidelines available. Yellow Fever, Hepatitis (A & B), Typhoid, Cholera, Malaria and Influenza protection are all easily available at Wakatipu Medical Centre.
Dr Val Miller (Frankton) has a postgraduate diplomas in Obstetrics and Gynaecology , is experienced in early maternity care and enjoy working with local midwives and specialist. Dr Miller also has a special interest and postgraduate training in all aspects of women's health.
Dr Fiona Rorrison and Dr Laura Brown offer a full range of womns services from our Shotover branch.
Also on site
- General Practitioner
- Family Planning
- Immunisation – General
- Practice Nurse
- Medical Administration
- Other Subs
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