The team at White Cross Northmed are well-equipped to assist you with all urgent care and medical services. At White Cross Northmed, we can help you stay up to date on your screenings, immunisations and more, so that you can stay well. Our GPs and nurses at White Cross Northmed are highly trained in dealing to both minor and major illnesses, offering the best treatment as a result.
At White Cross Northmed, we provide urgent care by-appointment only. In the instance that we are unable to treat you, or we feel as though your appointment would be better suited virtually, we encourage you to use our Bettr online service.
Bettr appointments will be determined by your doctor. If our team believes you are in need of urgent care, you will be advised to visit the clinic physically. Your Bettr appointment information will be available to the clinic, ensuring seamless care throughout.
3 Akoranga Drive, Northcote
Open Monday–Friday 8am–4pm, by appointment.
Phone 09 486 3248
White Cross Northmed can be easily found and accessed. Situated near major roads and public transport. Parking is also available on-site.
Our team is led by the well respected Dr Aubi Said. At White Cross Northmed, we are warm, friendly and committed to help you. Members of our team speak Arabic and English.
Fees start at $19 for enrolled adults with a Community Services Card or $40 without a CSC card. Bettr, our online consultation service is accessible for those who are not enrolled, though being enrolled allows access to a reduced rate. Learn more at White Cross Northmed
If your need is not urgent but you are still concerned by a serious matter and it is outside of White Cross Northmed’s opening hours, please visit your closest 24/7 walk-in clinic.
If your need isn’t urgent, but you’re still unsure whether to see a Bettr doctor or to visit a clinic, you might be surprised just how much we can take care of in an online consultation. Most common health concerns can be tended to easily and effectively. Even repeat prescriptions are easy via Bettr. (Prescriptions for new or restricted medicines might require an in-person visit).
If you have had an online appointment but your Bettr doctor thinks you do need to see a doctor in-person, we’ll refer you to our nearest clinic. Your in-person visit will be either free, or you’ll just pay the cost difference between your original online appointment, and your in-person follow-up. Your Bettr doctor may
refer you to a nearby clinic if we feel as though your needs will be better met in person.
If your health concern requires a physical treatment or test (like immunisations, a cervical, prostate or other exam, or skin tag and wart removal for example) it’s likely best for you to head into one of our walk-in GP clinics.