Welcome to the new Pegasus Health website

  • 24 Hour Surgery Information

    In a medical emergency, call 111

    Call 24 Hour Surgery

    Call: 03 365 7777

    How to get there
    We are located at 401 Madras Street, Christchurch Central.

    You can enter our carpark from Madras Street; turn left just before the lights on Bealey Avenue. We have a drop off area at the front entrance for patients who may require this.

    Public Transport
    You can plan your bus trip from the Journey Planner on the Metro website.

    We have wheelchair parking and an accessibility ramp. Wheelchairs are available if you need them. We also have an interpreter service available.

  • Unsure where to go?

    In a medical emergency, call 111
    • Want 24/7 health advice?

      Call your GP or Healthline to talk to a health professional 24/7 and they will point you in the right direction.

    • Need a GP appointment

      Call your GP, find a GP or visit Practice Plus for a virtual appointment

    • Should I visit the 24 Hour Surgery?

      Call your GP or Healthline to talk to a health professional 24/7 and they will point you in the right direction.

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Keeping well

We deserve to show care towards our wellbeing no matter how we’re feeling. Here are some options to help you keep well:

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Building resilience through gameplay to equip you with life skills to power through stressful and negative emotions.

Learn more about SPARX (sparx.org.nz)

The Five Ways to Wellbeing, Ētahi ara e rima ki te ngākau ora, help you stay mentally well.

Learn more about Five Ways to Wellbeing (mentalhealth.org.nz)

Provide support for all rainbow people in Ōtautahi Christchurch and the wider Waitaha Canterbury area. Offers connection with youth groups, whānau support and resources.

Learn more about Qtopia (qtopia.org.nz)

Here to help you maintain wellness, find relief, or get help for yourself, friends or whānau - he waka eke noa.

Learn more about Small Steps (smallsteps.org.nz)

Find information and resources to improve your mental health to create ‘Mental Wealth’. Make yourself rich in mental wealth so you can spend it on taking care of yourself and others.

Learn more about Mental Wealth (mentalwealth.nz)

Tinana Community Gym provides free access to fitness options that may help towards better health outcomes for you.

Learn more about He Waka Tapu (hewakatapu.org.nz)

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Extra support

Sometimes we go through times where we struggle. Here are some options for when you need some extra support:

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Your school Guidance Counsellor or someone in your Mental Health team are great people to have a chat with if you are struggling.

A General Practitioner is another great option to talk with, and they can connect you with other support systems and resources to support you on your journey.

Connect with others in a range of educational, active and creative groups, or have a series of one-on-one sessions with a Manu ka Rere team member.

Learn more about Manu ka Rere (manukarere.org.nz)

Youthline is a "with youth, for youth" organisation that supports young people throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. Youthline offers a free Helpline service (text, phone, webchat & email).

Learn more about Youthline (youthline.co.nz)

Are you feeling stressed or just need someone to talk to? Are you feeling down or a bit overwhelmed? Do you know someone who is feeling out-of-sorts or down? Free call or free text 1737 any time, 24 hours a day. You’ll get to talk to (or text with) a trained counsellor or talk to a peer support worker.

Te Tahi Youth is a ‘one-stop shop’ for medical, sexual and mental health services, as well as mentoring and employment support to help you find your way through life. And it’s all free. It's their mission to help Ōtautahi rangatahi be the best version of themselves.

Learn more about Te Tahi Youth (tetahiyouth.org.nz)

A free, nationally available counselling helpline and webchat service for children and teenagers. What’s Up offers regular online/phone based counselling with the same counsellor. Free call on 0800 942 8787 Monday-Sunday 11am-11pm. Chat online Monday-Sunday 11am-10:30pm.

Learn more about What's Up (whatsup.co.nz)

Aunty Dee is a free online problem-solving tool for anyone who needs help working through a problem or problems.  It doesn’t matter if you have one problem or many problems, you can use Aunty Dee over and over again - it's completely up to you.

Learn more about Aunty Dee (auntydee.co.nz)

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Immediate crisis

If you are in an urgent situation and you’re worried about your safety or someone else’s, these are the best places to contact:

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For children and youth mental health emergencies call 0800 218 219

In an emergency dial 111

If you require urgent or crisis mental healthcare, Crisis Resolution is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Call 0800 920 092
Open 24 hours