We are here to serve

Welcome to the Servants Health Centre!

Receptionist Needed!

Applications for this position have now closed.

Thank you everyone for the huge interest in this position, which was heartening for us.

We will now consider all applications and inform each person of our intentions.

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Servants Health Centre wishes to thank United Way for their generous grant of $5,000

We received this in August 2014 and this will help us provide a stable platform for our volunteer services.

Thanks!

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Please Help If You Can!!

** Receptionist Lunch Cover**

We value our workers and the work they do, but they need breaks!

We need people to cover the lunch break from midday to 1pm Mondays to Fridays. These are volunteer positions.

If you have a good telephone manner and are comfortable with a computer, you can help! Thank you for considering us.

Please contact Leanne Stewart at

leanne.stewart@shc.org.nz or

4777-040 if you can help.

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Vision Meeting 2014

Recently many staff attended a Visioning Meeting at the van Rij home. We enjoyed their hospitality and the chance to meet other workers. Following this was a good discussion with frank exchanges of views and ideas for moving ahead with the vision for Servants Health Centre.

Thank you everyone who attended and thank you God for blessing this meeting.  



Doctors and Nurses -- we need even a little help from you


Servants Health Centre has been open since January 2010
Our hours are 9am to 5pm. Read more...

We are a group of Christian health professionals who see a need in Dunedin for a clinic serving people who struggle to afford usual health care.

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This need is seen in many ways. Chemists report many people asking them for free advice. Hospital emergency departments often see people who need GP care only. We know of low income workers who will take their children to the doctor, but not go themselves. Some people go to one doctor, but then change to a new one when their debt becomes too high.

We don't want a lack of money to stop people getting basic health care.

We believe that by serving people, we are serving God, and showing his love to those people.

We also believe that, by providing a General Practice Clinic, other people will use that space to offer their services to people. We already have counsellors, pregnancy support, and postnatal support workers interested.

We hope you will support us.