Botany Town Centre Medical Practice

WE ARE OPEN DURING LEVEL 3 

During Level 4 & 3 – we request patients to call to schedule an appointment. Screening will be in place and you will be required to wear a mask, otherwise you will be refused entry.

COVID TESTING for our patients are provided, call for testing times. It is by booking only. Please wear a mask.
 
 

Contact Us

Phone: (09) 273 6003
Fax: (09) 273 6004
EDI: tirakau
Email: admin@bmp.nz

We are located in the Botany Town Centre

Level 1, 1B Sunset Terrace
588 Chapel Road
Botany Downs

PO Box 64060,
East Tamaki 2163

Opening Hours

  • Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri
  • 8:00 am – 5.00 pm
  • Thursday
  • 8:00 am – 5.00 pm
  • Sat & Sun
  • Closed

Notice -
We currently do not have a late night on Thursdays.

COVID VACCINATIONS available at the clinic

Please call to book or book on-line.
Note that we require minimum 6 patients per session.
Available to enrolled patients only.

Thank you

Welcome to
Botany Medical Practice

We are open and offer face to face, virtual or telephone consultations.  You can book on-line or call us on (09) 273 6003 to make a booking.

Botany Town Centre Medical Practice

Medical and Accident Services

We provide a wide range of general medical services

Surgical Services and Skin Checks

Skin cancer and other surgery performed in our theatre room under local aneasthetic

Other Services

Ultrasound, Ear Nose & Throat services, Plastering of Fractures, Ear Suctioning, Dive Medicals

Nurse Specialist Services

Specialist nursing services available to BTCMP patients.

Our Team

Botany Town Centre Medical Practice has highly skilled professionals dedicated in providing exceptional health services and care to our patients.

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