There are other possible options for your care in the community, if you feel you can wait to be seen.
If you decide to book one of these options or to leave the 24 Hour Surgery waiting room, please let the triage nurse or reception know. This is very important.
Find a GP
Use our General Practice Locator map to find a practice at a location convenient to you.
Phoenix Health Hub – 166 Moorhouse Ave, 9am-5pm Monday to Friday
A general practice with spaces for casual patients. Phone: 03 365 36599
Other Health Providers
These providers can often be accessed directly for care under ACC for injuries, or privately for illness. Charges to these providers will apply and your access to them is independent of Pegasus Health 24 Hour Surgery.
- Virtual provider
- Sports medicine clinic or physiotherapist
Fees accurate at September 2022
|5-10pm Monday to Friday
8am-8pm weekends and public holidays$65
$55 if 13 and under
$19.50 if Community Service Card holder
|Emergency Consult||Francisco Chang|
|7am-7pm, 7 days a week|
|8am-8pm, 7 days a week
Free for under 14
7.30pm-9.30pm Monday to Friday
Sports medicine clinics and physiotherapists
For sprains, strains, neck and back injuries, sports and other injuries
Sports clinics have specialised soft tissue and joint injury doctors, as well as physiotherapists, podiatrist and chiropractors. You can see the next available appointments and book online for some of these services.
|Sports Clinic||156 Bealey Ave
Phone: 03 366 0660
|Sports Doctors||136 Moorhouse Ave
Phone: 03 930 7677
For dental injuries, toothache, broken teeth
Physiotherapist – sprains and strains including back injuries, muscle or joint pain https://healthpages.co.nz/directory/categories/physiotherapists?address=Christchurch
For foot injuries, ingrown toenails/infection, sore feet
For eye injuries including foreign bodies, reduced vision, eye pain
Note: Charges for Pharmacist consult may apply
A pharmacist can see you for any of the conditions below:
- Diarrhoea or stomach upset
- Cough, runny nose, sore throat
- Itchy rash, baby with nappy rash
- Minor cut, scrape or burn, ache or strain
- Hayfever or allergy
- Aches or strains
- Minor eye condition like conjunctivitis
- Pain or burning during or after peeing/urine infections
- Erectile dysfunction
- Thrush infection
- Emergency contraception
- Blood pressure and heath checks
- Smoking cessation.