Services listed below include, Urgent Care Clinics, extended hours pharmacies, and the Emergency Department at Christchurch Hospital.
See our I’m not well, where do I go? page for information about what to do in a Mental Health emergency and the Emergency Dentists page for information about urgent dental care.
COVID-19: See our COVID-19 section for testing centres and advice.
Please keep the Hospital Emergency Department for emergencies only.
Please remember if it’s not an emergency, we have three Urgent Care clinics (24hr Surgery, Moorhouse Medical Centre and Riccarton Clinic) where:
*There is a fee for xray and plaster cast services for all patients including children under 14. To check the fees charged by each clinic please see their websites which are on the service pages listed above.
You can go to the 24 Hour Surgery on Madras Street for any urgent medical issue that you would otherwise see your GP for, as well as accident related injuries such as sprains, cuts or broken bones.
Christchurch Hospital Emergency Department (ED) is open for emergency and urgent serious medical issues 24/7. People need to enter ED using the external entrance at the new Waipapa building which is behind Christchurch Women's Hospital.
Information about extended hours pharmacies in Christchurch and Canterbury.
If you have an accident, injury or illness that needs urgent medical care, you can just walk into Moorhouse Medical Centre at any time. No appointment is necessary.
Riccarton Clinic provides triaged walk-in access to medical and accident treatments during our extended hours of operation from 8am to 8pm, every day.
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Page last updated: 12 January 2021
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