Maori Providers

Ngāti Hine Health Trust - Whangarei
Level 1, 5 Walton St, WHANGAREI
Ph (09) 430 1230
Fax (09) 430 2385


DESCRIPTION: The Ngāti Hine Health Trust is the largest Māori health provider in Te Tai Tokerau.  The Trust is a leader in the provision of innovative services that contribute to the holistic well-being of people.  It provides quality services that are whānau focussed and that promote the social and economic advancement of whānau, hapū and iwi.   The services provided across all (particularly adult) age groups are: general practice, manaaki manawa, community health, oral health, primary nursing, maternity support, day programmes for kaumatua and kuia, disability support, home support services, rongoa, health promotion and education/training, restorative justice, mental health/addiction programmes, aukati kaipaipa, iwi radio services.  Services of interest to under-fives and their whanau are: Family Start, Incredible Years, Engaging Priority Families, Tamariki Ora, oral health checks and promotion, B4school checks, rheumatic fever prevention and early childhood education.   The Trust is also a leading provider of taitamariki (youth related) services including Youth Services (following the end of the Youth Transition Services), Engaging Taitamariki in Learning, Community Action Against Youth and Drugs, sexual health promotion, youth suicide prevention, rangatahi physical activity, and adolescent oral and health services. 

Ki A Ora Ngātiwai
PO Box 4197, Kamo, WHANGAREI
420 Kamo Road, WHANGAREI
Ph (09) 435 4586
Fax (09) 435 4604

DESCRIPTION: Ki A Ora Ngātiwai provides Primary Health - Whanau Ora Services and promotes healthy lifestyles, with the ultimate goal of improving Whānau health across the Ngātiwai rohe. The Ki A Ora Ngātiwai team covers the geographical area from Tapeka Point in the Bay of Islands, down the eastern coast of Northland to Waipu and encompassing the inland areas of Whangarei, Whakapara and Hikurangi.  Ki A Ora Ngātiwai provides GP/Nurse-led Services at their Kamo Clinic, and Whānau Ora Mobile Community Health Nursing to all the coastal communities of Ngātiwai. Services are inclusive of: Community Health Kaimahi, Kaupapa Māori Medical Support Services, Kaupapa Māori Advanced Nursing Service, Whānau Ora Kaikokiri / Navigator Service, Rheumatic Fever Programme, Alternative Education/ He Mataariki Service, Youth Services, Cervical Screening and Immunisations.   

Te Hau whiowhio o Otangarei Trust

175 William Jones Drive, WHANGAREI

Phone: (09) 437 3045
Fax: (09) 437 2050

DESCRIPTION: Te Hau whiowhio o Otangarei is the result of a merger between Otangarei Trust and Te Puawaitanga O Otangarei Health Trust.  With vast experience working with whānau spanning more than fifteen years, Te Hau whiowhio o Otangarei is a well-known provider of primary health care services, education, justice and social services to our communities including youth mentoring, counselling, budgeting, community research, Oscar activities and programmes.  

Te Ha Oranga o Ngāti Whātua

Dargaville Hospital, Awakino Rd, DARGAVILLE

Phone: (09) 439 3013 

DESCRIPTION:  Te Ha Oranga is the mandated Iwi Health Provider for Te Runanga O Ngāti Whātua.  Te Ha delivers mobile health services across the rohe of Ngāti Whātua, extending from the Waipoua Forest in the north to Helensville in the south.  The Te Ha Dargaville Service provides mobile nursing services focused around Whanau Ora and tailored to meet the needs/ issues identified by whanau.  Long term conditions, chronic care management and Outreach Immunisation support are also a focus.  Te Ha maintains medical support through integrated agreements with Dargaville Medical Centre.  Community Health Workers are the gateway to whānau, and while working in conjunction with their nursing team they provide referral pathways to other community services required by whānau.  Tamariki Ora services/Well Child and Home Based Support Services are also provided by Te Ha Oranga.   Te Ha collaborates with other community groups running relevant health promotions as well as supports the other health agencies in the Kaipara through positive whakawhanaungatanga relationships.