Marina Medical

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Location & Contact Details

Physical address:

Level 1, Compass Building, The Marina
Half Moon Bay
Auckland, 2012

Phone: 09 534 5414
Fax: 09 534 6858

edi: highpark (from 6 March 2021)

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Postal address:

PO Box 54111, The Marina, Auckland, 2144

Leave us a message

Send us a message using the form below. Please reserve the use of email for simple requests or inquiries. We regret we are unable to provide medical advice or opinion through the email service. We ask that requests for repeat prescriptions be made by telephone rather than email - one of our nurses will be happy to take your call. Similarly, please phone reception if you wish to make an appointment, rather than using the email service.

Useful contacts

We are delighted to have a variety of other healthcare providers within the Compass Building. Together we are developing an increasing range of services. 

marina specialists Ph: 534 4040
Fax: 537 0147

marina physioPh: 534 4045
Fax: 537 0147

marina fitnessPh: 534 3590
Fax: 534 9279

unichemPh: 534 5638
Fax: 534 5689

Other helpful websites

Age Concern

Alzheimers Foundation


Arthritis Foundation

Asthma Foundation

Asthma NZ

Cancer Society

Carer Support Group

Continence Association

Counties Manukau District Health Board

Depression - the John Kirwan website

Diabetes Association of New Zealand

Dilworth Hearing

EastCare Accident & Medical Clinic

East Health Trust

Health Pages

Kid's Health


Mental Health Foundation

National Foundation for the Deaf

National Heart Foundation

Parenting Skills



Parkinsons Society

Primary Options for Acute Care

Retirement Villages

St John Services

Stroke Foundation

Support Groups and Other Resources

Unisports - Centre for Sports Medicine

Work and Income NZ

Prostate Cancer Screening

Prostate screening is not as straightforward as you imagine

Read this article and discuss the plan for prostate screening that is right for you with the Marina Medical team.

The routine screening of men who have no symptoms remains controversial.
Below is an option grid which is designed to assist you and your doctor to decide whether screening with PSA blood test is the right thing for you.


What we know for sure is that if you are having any of the following you must see your doctor:

  • pain or swelling of the prostate, 
  • blood and pus in the urine 
  • problems passing urine 

If you have some one in your family who has had prostate cancer then your doctor is likely to suggest starting screening once you are over the age of 40.
If you start doing regular PSA tests then this would usually be done between the ages of 50-70.
Your doctor would look at the PSA level but also at the rate of increase of PSA over time to assist in detecting signs of prostate cancer.

For more information on Prostate Cancer screening go to and Prostate Cancer Foundation