TTT Practice Contact

Te Tai Tokerau PHO

Jody Plooy

Position: 
Manawa Ora Administrator (on maternity leave)

Qualifications
Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Background
After attending University I worked in a rest home as a dementia caregiver and medication administrator. I then worked at Dargaville Medical Centre on Administration and as a Healthcare Assistant with a wide variety of responsibilities.

Comments
I am very pleased to be working at Manaia PHO with incredible people who care about the health and wellbeing of everyone in the community. I have a passion for healthcare and believe in the values that Manaia works by; Tika, Pono, Aroha.

Mark Trudinger

Position: 
Manawa Ora Regional Coordinator

My background is primarily in the community sector, with a focus on young people, health, environment, and housing. I’m excited to bring my passion for both housing and children’s health to working on the Manawa Ora Healthy Homes Initiative. Manawa Ora is a free service that supports whānau with tamariki to create houses warmer, drier, and healthier homes.

For more information, visit: http://www.manaiapho.co.nz/ManawaOra

Contact details:
Phone: (09) 438 1015 (extension 217)
Fax: (09) 438 3210
Mobile: 021 848 714

Thanks to Bream Bay Medical Centre Team

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Donovan Clarke, new CEO of Manaia Health PHO has been visiting General Practices since his arrival.  Many thanks to the Bream Bay Medical Centre team for taking the time out of a busy day to host Donovan.  

PHOTO: 

Back Row:  Linda Holman, John Chapman, Karin Hiemstra, Donovan Clarke, Maree Dohrman, Sue Hancock

Front Row: Therese Dieleman, Karen Chapman, Maureen Chapman, Kelly McCarthy

 

Judith Hall

Position: 
Kaitiaki Network Facilitator

Qualifications
Registered Nurse
PG Cert Health Science
Mental Health and Addiction Credential Te Ao Maramatanga

Present role
The purpose of this newly established role is to support and enhance carer resilience. This is to allow carers of people with a life limiting illness (in the last year of life) to continue in the caring role while maintaining their own well-being.

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