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SERVICES

GET IN TOUCH

Nau mai! Welcome to Ōrākei Health
 

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ABOUT US

CLINIC HOURS

Proudly owned and operated by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei  - Ōrakei Health has been operating for over 50 years, since it's inception in 1970. The genesis of the clinic came from Ngāti Whātua Kuia and Kaumātua with the moemoea (vision) to manaaki (support) and awhi (embrace) both, Whānau and the wider community in their health and well-being journey, creating the first clinic - Whare Ora (House of Well-being) later named Tumanako (Hope) House.

 

Now Ōrakei Health continue their legacy and commitment to health and well-being, extending in to Primary Care and Community Development guided by Kaupapa Māori values and hold true to; Whakapapa , Whānaungatanga , Whāngai Pukenga , Herenga te Hauora.

MONDAY - FRIDAY

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

WEEKENDS/ PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

Closed

For Consult Fees click

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OUR FOCUS

From Family Care to Accident and Wound Care, Cervical Screenings to Driving Medicals - Ōrakei Health offer a comprehensive variety of medical care for Whānau and the community. Our friendly and experienced clinic staff take the up most care and responsibility in ensuring your Hauora is our priority.

 

Ōrakei Health continues to evolve and improve patient experience. Focussing on promoting and elevating Whānau health and well-being to ensure our client is a safe and pleasant environment when visiting us.

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ASK DR. JEFF

Dr. Jeffrey Garon answers some of the medical questions & concerns as asked by the public during our LIVE online chat. Check out our library to learn more about the answers to your pressing questions.To find out more about Dr. Jeffrey Garon click

LOCATION

You can find us within the Eastridge Mall complex -

East entrance (Left Side Entrance).

25/215 Kepa Road | Mission Bay | 1071 Auckland

ENROLMENT

Enrol with us today! Click here to fill out our enrolment form.

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“Piri ki te rito o te rengarenga, waiho, me whakapakari ki te hua o te kawariki."
Grow vigorously like the rengarenga, resilient like the kawariki.”