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Glenfield Doctors on Chartwell

Primary Healthcare Service, Primary Healthcare - Maternity


8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Covid-19 testing

GP practice - enrolled patients only

This practice provides COVID-19 testing to enrolled patients. Please call the practice for more information.

Testing is completed subject to staff availbility and conducted at 12:00PM only. 


We are a family centred surgery offering a full range of high quality general medical and health services to you and your family.

Our surgery is located on the corner of Marlborough and Chartwell Avenues, in Glenfield.

Consultations are by appointment only. Our standard adult consultation time is 15 minutes, however special 30 minute appointments are required for certain procedures or medicals - check with our reception staff. Clients and patients should try to respect the 15 minute appointment allocation in consideration of other patients. Due to the introduction of reduced or free visits for children these appointments may need to be double booked at busy times.


Our team is made up of:

Four GPs: 

  • Dr Jon Wilcox,  MBChB (Otago), DipObst, DipPharm, FRNZCGP.
  • Dr Jong Keun (Tony) Ryu, MBChB (Otago)
  • Dr Eun Jin (Julianne) Lee, MBChB (Otago) - on leave

Practice Manager: Susanne

Nursing Staff:  Penny, Kerry and Caroline

Receptionists: Whitney, Bailey, Jullie and Susanne

Other services: We take our own blood tests 'in-house' and are happy to take blood tests for non-enrolled patients on request for a small charge.

Maternity services: Doctor Wilcox has many years of experience in comprehensive obstetric care but ceased LMC obstetric care in 2012. He can however provide integrated support services and guidance during pregnancy. We use office ultrasound for obstetric care where required and our experienced nursing and midwifery staff also take bloods 'in-house'. 

Medical teaching: At other times we often have trainee general practitioners and trainee medical students who very much appreciate the opportunity to be able to further develop their healthcare learning in conjunction with our patients.


Enrolling new patients


This practice is enrolling new patients.


(1) Enrolled and Funded Patient Base Fee Guide from 1st April 2019 (non-CSC holders). (2) CSC holder base fees are $19.00*

Under 14 years$0*
14-17 years$29
18-24 years$44
25-44 years$49
45-64 years$54
65+ years$54

For non-funded or casual patients and visitors, please contact us for our clinic and doctor charges.

For funded patients 

We have now completed a trial period for 12 months with no doctor cost for patients under 14 years. This has been supported by extra subsidies from the Ministry of Health

* From April 2019 there will be nominal clinic, public health and service fees for referrals, public health services and special medical procedures (eg. cryotherapy) for under 14 year olds and also CSC (community card) holders after April 2019. A decision on extending all of these clinic fees to non-cardholders (including over 14 year olds) will be made by 30 Sept 2019.

For specified doctor consultations By Appointment  our consultation fees are still based on 15 minute consultation times and are as designated by legislation. It is likely that consultation times will be reduced in the future to 10 minutes. While we always try and give patients the time they need it would be courteous to always consider the waiting times for any following patients. 

We aim to deal with a maximum of three health items per consultation and brief summary would be helpful for the doctor to mutually optimise time management.


8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Mon – Fri8:30 AM – 5:30 PM

For After Hours Care please see Shorecare. Their hours and contact details are listed below.  

* Takapuna: open 7 days, 24-hours, Smales Farm, Ph (09) 486 7777
* Northcross: open 7 days, 8:00am - 10:00pm, 948 East Coast Rd, Ph (09) 486 7777

Public Holidays: Closed Auckland Anniversary (31 Jan), Waitangi Day (Observed 7/2/22) (7 Feb), Good Friday (15 Apr), Easter Sunday (17 Apr), Easter Monday (18 Apr), ANZAC Day (25 Apr), Queen's Birthday (6 Jun), Matariki (24 Jun), Labour Day (24 Oct).

Preferred urgent care clinic out of hours: Shorecare Urgent Care Smales Farm.

Languages Spoken

English, Korean

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Contact Details

Updated and additional notices and information may be available on our Facebook site at

Direct Facebook Link *


Please also note that we are now able to take ONLINE BOOKINGS for adult appointments (Children's appointments must be made by phone).  This is available by searching Glenfield Doctors or GDOC on the following link site

ConnectMed Direct Link *

The ConnectMed portal also enables prescription repeat requests and access to laboratory results but needs to be optimised face to face in clinic due to Ministry of Health privacy regulations. Children's appointments cannot be made via ConnectMed


Our own website is intentionally uncomplicated but does have access to ENROLMENT details.  Check us at

Direct Link to *

On Line Glenfield Doctors Enrolment Form (PDF) *


Semi Automated DIY Registration via ScreEnrol

There is also the option of a direct enrolment via your Smartphone (requires an on-screen signature and a Visa/Passport image)

* Direct Link to ScreEnrol * 


Some very useful links are also available from the following site 

Note that verification will be required in clinic. This will also include eligibility documentation


The fees for valid community card holders are significantly cheaper than for non-cardholders

You can access a direct link to the Ministry of Health CSC forms as follows

Community Card Applications Forms (PDF) *


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52 Chartwell Avenue, Glenfield (cnr of Marlborough and Chartwell Avenues)

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52 Chartwell Avenue, Glenfield (cnr of Marlborough and Chartwell Avenues)

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52 Chartwell Avenue
Auckland 0629

This page was last updated at 10:17AM on January 25, 2022. This information is reviewed and edited by Glenfield Doctors on Chartwell.