Heart in Health
Cambridge Street Medical Centre
Excellence in General Practice
Since opening our doors to patients in 2016, Cambridge Street Medical Centre has been a leading Medical Centre for patients in the Levin area. We care about the satisfaction of our patients and guarantee top of the line medical services to get you back to full health. Visit us today and see how we can help you or your loved ones.
Monday: 8am - 5pm
Tuesday: 8am - 5pm
Wednesday: 8am - 5pm
Thursday: 8am - 5pm
Friday: 8am - 5pm
(for appointments call 06-3670423, email or use the contact form on this website)
Fortnightly Saturday Morning Clinics
(only by pre-arranged appointment)
- Weekdays: 5pm - 7.30pm
- Weekend and Public Holidays: 8am - 5.30pm
(for appointments, call 06-3681402)
Leading in Local Healthcare
As one of the Levin area’s most prominent resources for quality healthcare, Cambridge Street Medical Centre specializes under the clinical leadership of doctor Bente Ongkiehong in a wide range of medical services to get patients feeling healthier than ever before. And while we work hard to offer top-of-the-line treatments that help you feel better and get better, we also focus on preventative strategies to ensure you stay better for longer.
We care about your health
- General Consultations
- Minor Surgeries
- Specialist Referrals
- Cardiff Health Checks
- Drivers License
- Aclasta Infusion
- Jardell & IUD
- Diabetes Reviews
- Smoking Advice
For your convenience
- Get a repeat within 3 months after your last visit to the doctor
- Pick it up at our practice; or get it faxed to your local pharmacy
- After 6 months you must visit the doctor again for a review
Here For You
Skin Cancer Assessment and Therapy
Elective minor surgeries
Male and Female Health Risk Assessments and Screening
On-line health information services
We offer ManageMyHealth™ as an convenient way to control and manage your health and that of your family. It is easy and can help you to stay on top of your health and wellbeing.
Warnings and Important Notifications related the Health Services Accessible to Our Patients.
What to look out for:
Fever, cough, runny nose, conjunctivitis symptoms
A rash that spreads from the face over the body
It is important if you are experiencing these symptoms do not come into the clinic!
Please call us 06 367 0423 and the nurse will contact you.
Any further concerns re immunisations, please call the Immunisation Advisory Board 0800 IMMUNE (466863), they will be happy to discuss any queries.
National Supply Shortage of Measles Vaccinations
The practice has been advised that national stocks of the vaccine that protects against measles is currently limited and supply is restricted to certain priority groups.
Only Children who due and on time for their 15-month and 4-year immunisations as per the national immunisation register will get vaccinated.
All other unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children and adults born after 1969 can be placed on a waiting list on request. This group will have to wait until national supply restrictions have been lifted.
All Adults born before 1969 are considered to be immune to the disease and do not qualify..
Warnings about this disease have been circulated to parents through schools and preschools in the city and wider Manawatū after the death of child in Palmerston North Hospital in August 2019.
Meningococcal disease is a bacterial infection that causes two very serious illnesses: meningitis (an infection of the membranes that cover the brain) and septicaemia (blood poisoning).
It can affect anyone – but it’s more common in children under the age of 5, teenagers and young adults. Students in their ﬁrst year of tertiary education living in hostel accommodation may also be at higher risk. Meningitis is difficult to catch as the bacteria don't live for very long outside of the body. The bacteria passes from person to person through secretions from the nose or throat, for example by coughing or sneezing.
There are different types of meningococcal disease. People can still get meningococcal disease even if they have been immunised against one type of meningococcal disease.
It is important to know the signs and symptoms of meningitis as it can develop quickly. (see PDF brochure below) It can be treated with antibiotics, but early treatment is very important. Act immediately even if you’re not sure it’s meningococcal disease. Ring a doctor or after-hours-centre for advise
We can provide advise, treatment and vaccinations. There are vaccinations for the different bacterial strains of the disease,
Bexsero covers B strain.
Nimerix and Menactra cover A, C, Y and W strains.
The cost is $90.00 per vaccine because they are not funded. The charges are exclusive of nurse fee and transport cost
We’re here for you when you need us!
To schedule an appointment,
- Call us, or
- Use the contact form on the right and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
To request a repeat prescription
- Call the prescription line, dial our number and press 1, or
- Use the contact form on the right.
(Please, include in the message section a itemized list of the regular medications required, your date of birth and a instruction for pick up either at your local pharmacy or at the practice. We will verify your registration and medication details.)
127 Cambridge St, Horowhenua, Levin 5510, New Zealand
Phone: 06 367 0423
Fax: 06 367 0427
Exceeding Expectations One Patient at a Time
At Cambridge Street Medical Centre, we’re committed to providing you and your loved ones with exceptional care in a compassionate and friendly atmosphere. Located in Levin, Cambridge Street Medical Centre is known to be the best Medical Center in the area. We believe that our patients deserve the best care, and we make an effort to make sure you always feel welcome and at ease.
Whether you’re coming in for a simple checkup or a more complex treatment regimen, our dedicated team of health practitioners has the skills and resources to manage all your health needs. We can’t wait to help you feel better today.
You Ask — We Answer
How can I become a patient in your practice?
We encourage you to come and visit us in our practice and meet our friendly people at reception. They will be happy to explain to you the new patient procedures and provide you with all the information you need.
Do you receive casual patients?
The practice collaborates with the other local doctors to provide services to casual patients. Give us a call and we will advice you where you will be helped.
Do you offer free consultations for certain patient groups?
Our registered patients with diabetes have access to a free annual review with our nurse. In 2017 our registered Male Maori Men with their age between 35 and 45 years are encouraged to get a free cardio-vascular risk assessments (CVRA) at the practice.
How do I get my test results?
Usually the doctor or nurse will only contact you if there is a concern. Expect results for blood and urine tests to take a couple of days, and up to a week for smears and results of skin biopsies.
Why is there a surcharge for ACC covered medical care?
The Accident Compensation scheme provides comprehensive, no-fault personal injury cover for all New Zealand residents and visitors to New Zealand. This cover includes a contribution to the cost of primary care, but it does not meet all the costs.
Why is there a surcharge for Medication under Special Authority?
For each prescription we have to apply for a special authority from the Ministry. To cover the cost of this additional administrative process there is a $5.00 surcharge required.
What is ManageMyHealth™?
It is an on-line information service that can be provided by the practice to patients that are interested in it. It allows patients to view their health record, request repeat prescriptions and communicate with the doctor. Accessing the service is simple and secure and similar to internet banking. More information detailed information is available on the ManageMyHealth™ website. Our practice offers patient a robust selection of the possible on-line services.
How can I get ManageMyHealth™?
Registering for ManageMyHealth™ is simple, just ask our reception at the medical centre. You will need to provide an personal email address and a proof of identity. The practice will provide you with an activation code and instructions on how to complete your registration online