At Dee Street, you will find a warm, helpful, and friendly team with an open approach.
Dee Street Medical is situated at the centre of the Mount Maunganui peninsula and has been providing care to those in the Mount since the 1960s. We then had an upgrade to the building in 1999, forming the modern purpose built complex we see today.
Our team consists of have eight doctors, a lead practice nurse, eight nurses, and a healthcare assistant. On the non-clinical side of things, we have a practice manager, an accounts manger and five receptionists supporting them.
We share the building with the Mount Physio, which are across the hall. We also have a pharmacy, Central Parade Pharmacy, across the road.
Protect yourself and your whanau from the flu this winter. They’re available now at Dee Street Medical Centre and are free for those most likely to get very sick.
As people in Aotearoa emerge from their bubble, there’s a much bigger chance of caching the flu. And, with international borders opening, we’ll see new strains of flu spreading in our communities. Getting the flu jab is your best defence.
The flu virus affects your whole body. Symptoms can come on suddenly and can include fever, chills, muscle aches, runny nose, cough, shortness of breath, and stomach upsets. It can keep you in bed for a week or more and in severe cases means a hospital stay.
Reduce the spread of flu to friends and whanau
Around four out of five people with flu have no symptoms and don’t know they can be spreading the virus to other people. Being vaccinated reduces the risk of accidently passing the flu to your whanau, friends and your community.
Call reception now on 07 5754057 to make your appointment.
For further information on influenza, the flu vaccine & eligibility visit the link below
Covid 19 vaccination available at Dee Street Medical Centre
In the event that you have not yet been vaccinated against Covid 19, we strongly encourage you to do so as soon as possible.
This helps reduce the risks that Covid brings to you, our community and to our health care services. Current statistics suggest a significantly milder course of illness and reduction of spread of the virus from a vaccinated person than an unvaccinated person.
Our sincere thanks to those who have been vaccinated and for your continued understanding of the necessary changes to deliver safe healthcare.
If you would like a free consultation to discuss your concerns around the vaccination, please contact us to arrange this.