To keep whānau and staff safe, all Northern region appointments will be by video call or phone until Tuesday 7 Feb. Your nurse will be in touch. All drop in clinics are cancelled.
Appointments and enquiries
Kids can sometimes have a seizure when they have a fever. It can be scary to watch, but typically won't cause any long-term harm to your child.
Learn how to recognise symptoms of a seizure, how keep your tamariki safe, and when to see a doctor.
Child health concerns
Some children will have febrile convulsions (also called a seizure) when they have a fever.