Most pharmacies will deliver medication if you ask, some charge a fee, and some
don’t. Blister packs are a good way of getting things dispensed as it gives better
control of taking medication. Daily medication doses can be snapped off and taken
with you if you are heading out for the day.
Work and Income (WINZ)
Provides up to $61.378 per week (disability allowance) for ongoing medical costs
e.g.: prescriptions, medical alarms, and sometimes counselling. Depending on
eligibility: Supported living payments, community services card, high user
prescription card, help with gardening etc…
– Self or family referral
– No cost
Phone: 0800 559009
Address: Several locations, allocated when making an appointment over the phone. Home
visits can be arranged if limited mobility.
Delivers medication once a week, or monthly to peoples homes if they are unable to
pick it up. Can even be delivered daily or as a once off if necessary. Robo packs have
the day printed on them, and are generally $5 more a month.
– No extra cost for delivery, prescriptions $5.
Address: 533 Grey St, Hamilton East
They test blood and bodily fluids. They also visit rest/residential homes.
– Referral is only from your Doctor, the hospital or your specialist.
– No cost
Phone: 07 858 0799 extension 7809
Address: There are locations throughout the Waikato, although they will test from your home,
but only if you are acute or chronically bed bound.