IMPORTANT NOTICE - Coronavirus (COVID - 19)
If you have recently returned from overseas or are worried about Coronavirus symptoms, please DO NOT come into the clinic. Instead, phone us (09 869 5550) or the Ministry of Health's dedicated Coronavirus Health Advice line on 0800 358 5453 for more information. Healthline may direct you to come and see us and, if so please phone us to discuss our procedures for coming into the clinic.
Click here for more information on COVID - 19.
We are a family owned and operated GP clinic based in Mount Roskill. Prana is the creation of Dr. Vikas Sethi who has always had the passion to provide excellent health care in a safety and quality driven environment. Our name Prana comes from a Sanskrit word meaning Life Force.
Our clinic is located at 1492 Dominion Road Extension in Mount Roskill. We are surrounded by the neighbouring suburbs of Three Kings, Sandringham, Wesley, Hillsborough and Mount Albert. We are easily accessible, just off the Dominion Road Exit on the South-Western Motorway. Our facilities include an on-site Unichem pharmacy, physiotherapy, acupuncture, visiting podiatrist and psychologist - Munira Haidermota and Lifespan Counselling and Rehab. We have sheltered parking underneath our building.
Our Opening Hours are:
Monday: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Tuesday: 8:30am - 8:00pm (late-night clinic)
Wednesday: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Thursday: 8:30am - 8:00pm (late-night clinic)
Friday: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 1:00pm
Languages spoken by our team at Prana:
English, Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, Tongan, Farsi, Urdu, Bengali and Swahili.
* We can also organise for interpreters who can help facilitate your consults if need be.
Every GP practice is aligned with a PHO (Primary Healthcare Organisation). We are associated with the Auckland PHO and work closely with their dedicated team who help fund and co-ordinate services, provide resources and expertise to enable us deliver some specialised primary healthcare services. The PHO has responsibility for ensuring that current challenges in community healthcare are being met. These challenges include child and adolescent health, immunisation, mental health and long term conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular/heart disease. Please visit their website to find out more.