Stratford Health Centre

Stratford Health Centre's premises were formally opened by the Prime Minister Helen Clark in August 2000. Architects Dickson Lonergan won an award for the Stratford Health Centre, which the judges commended as "a beautifully crafted piece of architecture. This building combines the specific clients' requirements with a wider social and aesthetic responsibility." The health centre was built on the site of the old Stratford Hospital and includes physiotherapy and x-ray services.

Outpatient clinics are held on a regular basis and include nutrition and dietetics, diabetes, respiratory, alcohol & drug counselling, vision/hearing testing, psychology, psychiatry, child & adolescent mental health service, social work, paediatrics, paediatric eczema, cardiac education, newborn hearing screening, B4 Schools clinics, and Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT). Stratford Health Center Dental Hub is open Monday to Friday with two chairs available.

Stratford Health Centre has publc health nurses and community mental health nurses.

District nursing cover extends to coastal Taranaki, Opunake and Stratford. There is also a separate Hospice providing palliative care service for these areas which is based at Mary Anne Hospital and Rest Home.

The Stratford Health Centre is open between 8.00am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Find us:

Stratford Health Centre
8 Romeo Street (corner of Miranda and Romeo Streets)

Contact us:

Phone: 06 765 7189
Fax: 06 765 6110

Last updated: Thursday, May 16, 2024

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