Emergency & Medical Services

Please see a list of local emergency and medical services below

For all Police emergencies dial 111

To contact local Police Stations refer to details below.

Napier Police Station
Address: 135 Dalton Street, Napier 
Phone: +64 (0)6 831 0700
Hours: 7:00am - 7:00pm Mon - Fri, 8:00am - 4:00pm Saturday & Sunday

Hastings Police Station
Address: 205 Railway Road, Hastings
Phone: +64 (0)6 831 0700
Hours: 7:00am - 7:00pm Mon - Fri, 8:00am - 4:00pm Saturday & Sunday

Havelock North Police Station
Address: 59 Main Road, Havelock North 
Phone: +64 (0)6 831 0700
Hours: No set hours

Central Hawke's Bay Police Station
Address: 16 Northumberland Street, Waipukurau 
Phone: +64 (0)6 831 0700
Hours: 9:30am - 1:30pm Mon - Fri

Wairoa Police Station
Address: 72 Queen Street, Wairoa
Phone: +64 (0)6 831 0700
Hours: 8:30am - 4:00pm Mon - Fri

For all emergencies dial 111

Napier - City Medical
Address: 76 Wellesley Road, Napier
Phone: +64 (0)6 835 4999
Hours: Open 24/7

Hastings - Hawke's Bay Hospital
Address: 398 Omahu Road, Hastings
Phone: +64 (0)6 878 8109
Hours: Open 24/7

Central Hawke's Bay  - Health Centre
Address: 1 Cook Street, Waipukurau 
Phone: +64 (0)6 858 9090
Hours: Please call for opening hours

Wairoa Hospital and Health Centre
Address: 36 Kitchener Street, Wairoa
Phone: +64 (0)6 838 7099
Hours: Please call for opening hours

The Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management (MCDEM) is leading the implementation of a new nationwide emergency alert channel.

Emergency Mobile Alerts are messages about emergencies sent by authorised emergency agencies to mobile phones enabled to receive Emergency Mobile Alerts. They can be targeted to areas affected by serious hazards.

If your phone is on, capable and inside the targeted area, you should get the alerts. You don’t have to download an app or subscribe to a service, just ensure your phone is capable and updated.

Emergency Mobile Alert is an additional channel to help keep people safe if there is an emergency. It does not replace other emergency alerts. If you feel your life is in danger, don’t wait for an official warning. Take immediate action.