What is a Primary Health Organisation?
PHO are funded by Health New Zealand/Te Whatu Hauora to support the provisions of primary health care services through general practices to those people enrolled. Pirirākau Hauora is affiliated to Ngā Mataapuna Oranga, 157 Fraser Street, Tauranga www.nmo.org.nz
What are kaupapa Māori Services?
Our services are delivered within an indigenous Māori, whānau-centred approach, underpinned by local tikanga and cultural frameworks. This is how we interact with our clients/whānau.
How do I enrol in a general practice?
Either download enrolment form, found on front page of this website or ring 07 552 4573 to request an enrolment form.
When you are enrolled at Pirirākau Hauora you are enrolled with Ngā Mataapuna Oranga Primary Health Organisation.
What is Whānau Ora?
Whānau Ora is a culturally-based, and whānau-centred approach to wellbeing focused on whānau (family group) as a whole, as the decision-makers who determine their goals and aspirations.
Building on the strengths and capabilities of whānau and wrapping the necessary services and support around them to get better outcomes and create positive changes. In areas such as health, education, housing, employment, improved standards of living and cultural identity.
Whānau are supported to fully realise the confidence, mana and the belief in self, family and community.
Connection to the land forms the foundation of wellbeing. It is the place where you stand, a source of nourishment and wellbeing for everyone.