Reefton Integrated Family Health Centre

Hospital & medical practice services

Reefton Health is the home of all West Coast DHB services for Reefton. Reefton IFHC consists of:

  1. a hospital for emergencies and specialist services, and
  2. a medical centre with doctors (GPs) and nurses for everyday care


Street address

120 Broadway (Accessible entrance) & 
106 Shiel St 

Postal address

PO Box 68

Reefton IFHC is located on 106 Shiel Street in Reefton.  The other entrance is at 68 Broadway (Hospital section). If unsure which entrance you should use simply call our friendly receptionist on 03 788 9277

Phone & Fax



Open Hours

3:00pm4:00pm, except for Christmas Day

Enrolments & GP Fees


If you live in Reefton or are staying for a while, we encourage you to enrol with the practice.

Enrolment is free, and means you can get cheaper healthcare when you need it.

GP Fees

A full list of fees is available for all West Coast DHB GP clinics including Reefton IFHC.

Enquiries and feedback

We welcome your feedback about our services and your experiences at Reefton IFHC.

Note: We are unable to provide medical advice to people by email. Please contact your doctor or the person in charge of your medical care.

Bookings and appointments

Booking and appointment with us is easy! You can make appointments to a doctor Monday to Friday 08.30 – 17.00 hours by calling us on 03 732 8605.

Or make your own appointment by utilizing access to Patient Portal. Once registered and set up, this gives you options to make appointments that suit you using your computer or cellphone.

If you are unable to get a doctor’s appointment we have nurse appointments available every day and if it is urgent, just come in to one of the walk-in clinics during working hours. To find out when those are held, just call us on 03 732 8605.


Reefton IFHC facilities at a glance


Cycle stands

Disability car parking only

Food & drink vending machines

Taxis / Telephone

Disabled & Visitor toilets

Visitor information reception

Four tips to help prevent infections when visiting a patient in a ward

1) Don’t visit any patients if you are feeling unwell

2) Use the alcohol hand rub at our hand hygiene stations

3) Avoid sitting on a patient’s bed – please use chairs provided

4) Don’t use patients only toilets on hospital wards

Page last updated: 23 October 2018

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