Welcome to Napier Health – Hawke’s Bay District Health Board’s health facility offering a wide range of health services for the city, including 24 hour urgent medical care.
Every year more than 70,000 people walk through our doors.
Conveniently located close to the city on Wellesley Road, with public bus services right outside the door, Napier Health also offers on-site car parking and bike rack facilities.
If you’re visiting Napier Health for a DHB outpatient appointment, did you know you can travel to the health centre for FREE from anywhere on the goBay bus network? Just show your appointment letter or text reminder to the driver and you’re on your way!
Check-in easily for your appointment
When you arrive at Napier Health, you can check into your appointment using the self check-in kiosk near the main reception desk. Once checked in, the kiosk will direct you to the waiting area for your clinic.
While you’re waiting for your appointment, TV monitors provide some light entertainment as well as offering updated information on clinic wait times. We also have a well-stocked set of health resources on many different topics, which you are free to browse or take home with you, and the café is nearby offering light refreshments and alternative areas to relax.
Napier Health offers:
- City Medical – 24hr urgent care
- Proactive 4 life – physiotherapy
- Community Services – District Nurses, Community Nurses
- Therapists – Occupational therapists, Community Phyiotherapists, Speech & Language Therapists
- Population Health – Health Protection, Immunisation, Cervical Screening
- Health Resources
- Health Protection Officers – i.e. environmental
- Child Health Team – school-based nurses, communicable diseases
- FREE Sexual health service
- Community Mental Health and Addictions Services
- Regional Oral Health Services
- Hydrotherapy pool with pool hoist
- Capital and Coast District Health Board – forensic mental health services
Doing our bit for the environment
Members of our friendly team at Napier Health have joined together to help propagate and grow plants from seeds that can be planted along rivers, estuaries and river mouths, in an effort to help improve the health of our waterways.
This initiative was the brainwave of Health Protection Officer Cameron Ormsby, who has a passion for conservation.
The group is known as the ‘Federation for the Appreciation of Riparian Treescapes’ who meet up occasionally during lunch breaks to fill pots of soil and plant seedlings which are housed in a enclosed garden area by the café at the centre.