Te Manu Aute Whare Oranga
Primary Healthcare Service
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
GP practice - enrolled patients only
While we are in lockdown Alert Level 4 - we will only swab our enrolled patients that are symptomatic Please call the practice for more information.
Winter Clinic - this is on hold
Feeling the winter chills? Te Manu Aute Whare Oranga at Manurewa Marae is pleased to announce the launch our Winter Clinic at the doorsteps of our clinic. Open to all enrolled and casual patients in the community - we see everyone with respiratory illnesses including coughs and colds, sore throat, fever.
This service is FREE for our enrolled population and those who quality for free Covid-19 swabbing. Please call us at (09) 640 0824 for bookings or refer to Te Manu Aute Whare Oranga • Healthpoint
Welcome one, welcome all, for our health is our whanau and our whanau are us. Experience the korowai of traditional and contemporary threads which together balance mind, body and soul.
Manurewa Marae is committed to improving access to health, education, and social services through Whare Oranga. Whare Oranga is an integrated whanau community health centre with the aim of being able to provide the right services for our whanau (families) from the right place, for all ethnicities. From the development of our Whare Tupuna, Whare Kai, Whare Kura we now have available Whare Oranga.
Te Manu Aute Whare Oranga pride ourselves as a Marae based initiative that is able to provide free GP services for our whanau including discounted medications for enrolled patients.
Te Manu Aute Whare Oranga was established in 2010 and is based at Manurewa Marae. We offer a range of services that target the wellbeing of whanau within our community. The services we provide target a holistic approach to whanau wellness, enhancing families to move towards a healthier future, where whanau are in control of their health and social wellbeing.
- Free general practitioner services for all enrolled patients
- Free nursing services
- Discounted medications for all enrolled patients through Clendon Pharmacy
- Physical activities (tai chi, line dancing, Zumba, Vibra-Train)
- Whanau Ora - whanau support services
- Hearing clinic
- Cervical smears
- Traditional healing and alternative services
- Matakite (clairvoyant, spiritual connectiveness)
- Maori Rongoa (medicine)
- Mirimiri (massage)
- Microtherapy (acupuncture, seed and colour therapy).
How do I access this service?
Make an appointment
Please call 09 640 0824 or email email@example.com
Enrolling new patients
Enrolled Patient Fees
|Under 14 years||Free|
We are enrolling new patients - your first visit in the same month of enrolling will cost $35.00 and any follow up visits in the same month will be $10.00. The following month will be FREE. Please see the link: Mohio e-Enrolment
Children aged 0 - 17 years are FREE.
Nursing services are free.
Prescriptions - same Day $15.00
Prescriptions - processed within 3 days FREE
You may be charged for a dressing change please enquire with the Nurses.
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
|Mon – Thu||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Fri||9:00 AM – 1:30 PM|
Kia ora Whanau,
Our GPs are available:
|Monday||9.00am to 4.00pm|
|Tuesday||9.00am to 4.00pm|
|Wednesday||9.00am to 4.00pm|
|Thursday||9.00am to 4.00pm|
|Friday||9.00am to 1.30pm. 1st and 3rd Friday of each month 9.00am to 5.00pm|
Public Holidays: Closed Labour Day (25 Oct), Auckland Anniversary (31 Jan), Waitangi Day (Observed 7/2/22) (7 Feb), Good Friday (15 Apr), Easter Sunday (17 Apr), Easter Monday (18 Apr), ANZAC Day (25 Apr), Queen's Birthday (6 Jun).
Preferred urgent care clinic out of hours: Bakerfield Medical and Urgent Care.
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Parking is available outside the clinic, we also have Disability parking.
(09) 640 0824
(09) 266 0135
(021) 201 6833
All appointments must be booked. To make an appointment phone (09) 640 0824 or text 021 201 6833.
Please note the following email contacts:
- TMAWO General enquiries - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rongoa Services - email@example.com
- for COVID Vaccination booking - firstname.lastname@example.org
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81 Finlayson Avenue
PO Box 88161
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This page was last updated at 4:13PM on August 22, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Te Manu Aute Whare Oranga.