For over seventy years, Titirangi Medical Centre has been committed to taking care of generations of West Auckland families.

Nau mai haere mai ki te whare tākutatanga o Titirangi.

Titirangi Medical Centre is a family friendly medical centre consisting of 5 fully trained GPs, nursing and admin staff. We are all fully vaccinated to keep our vulnerable safe. We aim to offer the highest quality healthcare for the whole family.

Learn more about the clinic

External shot of the Titirangi clinic, overlooking the Waitekere ranges.
Photo by Google Street View

Our Clinic

Nestled within vibrant Titirangi, our clinic overlooks the beautiful Waitakere Ranges. Many of us are local and are part of the Titirangi community. Come visit us at 2 Rangiwai Road, Titirangi.

Silver fern
Photo by Phil Botha

New Patients

Our books are currently closed.

Waitakere Beach
Photo by James Lee


Have a question about the practice? Visit our News and Information page to see if we’ve already answered it. Otherwise feel free to give us a call on (09) 817 8069 so one of our staff can help you out.

Latest News

GP appointment shortages

Apologies - for the month of July we are short staffed for GP appointments. Please try to prioritise acute medical issues and leave routine medical care for next month. By August we are hoping to have increased staffing which will ease the pressure on appointment wait times.

Flu vaccines - increased eligibility

Free flu jabs now include from 1 July: Tamariki aged 3-12 inclusive

Anyone with schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder or anyone currently accessing secondary or tertiary mental health and addiction services, can now get a free flu jab.

Please call up to make your appointment with the nurse.

Covid Boosters

A second booster is recommended for those at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 – a minimum of 6 months after a first booster. For those who are not considered at risk of severe illness from COVID-19, a two-dose primary course and a booster dose provides very good protection against severe illness from COVID-19.

The following people are recommended to receive a second booster as a priority: 

people aged 65 years and over

Māori and Pacific peoples aged 50 years and over

residents of aged care and disability care facilities

severely immunocompromised people who received a three-dose primary course and a fourth dose as a first booster (noting this would be a fifth dose for these people)

people aged 16 years and over who have a medical condition that increases the risk of severe breakthrough COVID-19 illness and

people aged 16 years and over who live with disability with significant or complex health needs or multiple comorbidities.

In addition, a second booster is available for:

all people aged over 50 years

health, aged care and disability workers aged over 30 years.

Please call our clinic to make an appointment with the nurse - we will have limited appointments daily starting from Wednesday 29th June 2022.

Fees update

We have updated some of our fees - please look on the fees page for more details. Reminder - if you do not show up to your appointment and do not call to cancel before 2 hours of your appointment time - you will be charged the full amount of your appointment fee. We are fully booked at our clinic and this appointment time could have been used for another patient.

Orange Alert Level

All patients require a surgical mask when coming to their appointments - this offers better protection than a fabric mask. All patients with respiratory symptoms or who have not been fully vaccinated will be seen in our portacom or carpark. This is under guidance by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practice (RNZCGP) and Ministry of Health. Please read here for more info.