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Our Network

Currently embraced by 17 PHOs across Aotearoa, these PHOs see the value in challenging traditional norms and the benefits of the status quo.

Our provider network is committed to improving the health and wellbeing outcomes of whānau and communities.

Pegasus Health

Pegasus Health

Pegasus Health (Charitable) Ltd is a primary care network and PHO providing services and support to general practices and community based health providers within Canterbury to deliver quality healthcare to over 400,000 enrolled patients. Formed in 1992, we are committed to improving the health outcomes of the people in our community through a combination of service delivery, collaboration and partnerships.

To contact Pegasus Health – Click Here

Pinnacle Midlands Health Network

Pinnacle Midlands Health Network

Pinnacle is the parent in a group of not-for-profit primary care focused organisations. We’re a network of forward thinking general practices that manage the healthcare of nearly half a million people enrolled with 86 practices in Tairāwhiti, Taranaki, Rotorua, Taupō-Tūrangi, Thames-Coromandel and Waikato. The Pinnacle Health Care Home journey began in 2008. We created our own ‘model of care’ sensitive to the New Zealand context that would future proof general practice from the future challenges of rising demand and an ageing workforce. Our first HCH practices were established in April 2011 and we now have HCH sites across our network ranging from small to large, and urban to rural.

To contact Pinnacle –  Click Here.

Mahitahi Hauora

Mahitahi Hauora

Neighbourhood Healthcare Homes is a collaborative programme funded by Northland DHB and Te Kaupapa O Mahitahi Hauora. The regional programme is led by the improvement team at Mahitahi Hauora. The programme has evolved over the past four years with the current model aligning with the HCH Pae Ora MoC and Whakamaua the Māori Health Action Plan. The model is offered in 15 general practices with a combined population of 109,478 with 34% of our population being Māori. This equates to over 60% of the total enrolled population in Northland. The model of care in Northland is strong and well established allowing the programme to evolve and dive deeper into providing equitable health outcomes.

To contact Mahitahi Hauora – Click Here.

Whanganui Regional Health Network

Whanganui Regional Health Network

Whanganui Regional Health Network (WRHN), formerly known as Whanganui Regional Primary Health Organisation, was established in July 2003 and is registered as a charitable trust. There are 11 general practices under WRHN, situated within the city and also based in the rural communities (GP Fee Schedule). As of 1 January 2017 our enrolled population totaled 55,993; of which 15,884 are Māori and Pasifika and 11,206 are non-Māori/PI that live in a Deprivation Five area, therefore 48% of the WRHN enrolled population have known inequalities in health due to ethnicity or socio-economic status.

As a Primary Health Organisation (PHO) it is our role to provide essential primary health care services to those people who are enrolled with us. PHOs bring together doctors, nurses and other health professionals in the community to support the health needs of their enrolled populations. When your doctor decided to join a PHO you would have signed a consent form and become an ‘enrolled PHO patient’. PHOs can now do more things to keep people healthy, by improving access to health services and connecting with people in the community who are missing out or have poor health. PHOs play a part in helping reduce acute demand pressure on hospitals, by better managing chronic conditions and proactively supporting high need populations.

To contact Whanganui Regional Health Network – Click Here.

THINK Hauora

THINK Hauora

THINK Hauora is a not-for-profit charitable trust, that provides primary healthcare services to the MidCentral DHB population. Primary healthcare services are managed and delivered in the community through the PHO. THINK Hauora has recently joined the Health Care Home collaborative and is working to deliver better access option for 60,000 people in the Horowhenua, Tararua and Manawatu areas.

To contact THINK Hauora – Click Here

Marlborough Primary Health

Marlborough Primary Health

Marlborough Primary Health contracts health professionals and organisations in the community, such as General Practices, to deliver quality primary health care services to an enrolled population of approximately 46,600 people. There are currently eleven General Practices operating in the Marlborough district.

Marlborough PHO and Nelson Marlborough Health are working in partnership to introduce and deliver the Health Care Home programme to the Marlborough district. Our focus is on improving access and equity, strengthening coordinated care for those with complex needs, and strengthening GP sustainability through implementation of the Health Care Home programme.

To contact MPH – Click Here

Te Awakairangi Health Network

Te Awakairangi Health Network

Hutt Valley District Health Board, Te Awakairangi Health Network and Cosine PHO work as an alliance and have collaboratively developed and funded the Hutt Valley Health Care Home programme in the district. In addition to the National Health Care Home model of care requirements, the Hutt Valley programme also focuses strongly on equity, consumer co-design and community integration.

The Hutt Valley District currently has 15 active Health Care Homes, with approximately 80% of the local enrolled population with one of these general practices. To contact Te Awakairangi Health Network – Click Here.

WellSouth Primary Health

WellSouth Primary Health

Southern Health Care Home has 29 practices at various stages of HCH. 60% of total Southern registered patients are in an HCH practice, and around 63% of Māori and 69% of Pasifika people. A University of Otago review of the implementation of HCH, as well as further information and resources, can be found at https://wellsouth.nz/community/health-care-homes/.

Practices interested in any aspect of HCH are encouraged to contact the HCH team at hch@wellsouth.org.nz or 021 279 8907. The team is always happy to share.

Nelson Bays

Nelson Bays

Nelson Bays Primary Health (NBPH) operates as a Charitable Trust with 21 general practices providing primary health care across the region with a population of 100,000. NBPH is working in alliance with Marlborough PHO and Nelson Marlborough Health to introduce the local Health Care Home programme to the Top of the South region for improved primary care access and options. Our vision is “Healthy people; Healthy workforce; Healthy community”. Kia piki te ora ngā tāngata katoa.

To contact NBPH – Click Here.

Health Hawkes Bay

Health Hawkes Bay

Health Hawke’s Bay is the region’s Primary Health Organisation (PHO), covering a population of over 178,000.

We aim to improve health outcomes and life expectancy across our beautiful bay, as well as improving equity for our Māori, Pacific and high needs families.

We are a publicly funded organisation with a Board and CEO who are passionate about health and Hawke’s Bay, and who are supported by a dedicated team of professionals
in a wide range of roles to ensure the stainability of our health services.

Health Hawke’s Bay believes making it easier for people to access health care is fundamental to improving the health of our community. Health is a community and personal responsibility and Health Hawke’s Bay is committed to helping you to take care of yourself, your families and whānau.

To contact Health Hawkes Bay – Click Here.

Tū Ora Compass Health

Tū Ora Compass Health

Tū Ora is a leading New Zealand Primary Health Organisation with a network of 57 general practices, providing quality primary health care services to an enrolled population of 331,000 people, across the Wellington, Porirua, Wairarapa, and Kapiti areas.
Tū Ora works in partnership with Capital and Coast, and Wairarapa District Health Boards, and other local PHOs to deliver the Health Care Home programme, currently providing better primary care access options to 171,000 people in the greater Wellington region. To contact Tū Ora Compass Health – Click Here.

ProCare

ProCare

ProCare is New Zealand’s largest network of primary healthcare professionals, with more than 170 general practices across the Auckland region. Our members provide family-based healthcare to more than 800,000 Aucklanders, serving large Māori, Pacific, Asian and elderly populations, and delivering care that appropriately meets the needs of each individual and whānau.

Clinical excellence is paramount in all we do, and we are committed to a person-centred, connected health and social system that drives equity. The Health Care Home model of care is being rolled out in 10 of our member practices. We collaborate with others from the healthcare sector across the country, along with local and regional organisations, in supporting the Health Care Home programme. To contact ProCARE – Click Here.

Comprehensive Care

Comprehensive Care

Comprehensive Care provides primary health care services to 43 general practices across the Waitemata DHB region covering an enrolled population of over 216,000 patients. Comprehensive Care works with health providers and the community in the west and north of Auckland. We develop and support programmes and services for patients who are enrolled with us through their family doctor to benefit from access to appropriate and affordable services.

To contact Comprehensive Care – Click Here.

Western Bay of Plenty & Eastern Bay Primary Health Alliance

Western Bay of Plenty & Eastern Bay Primary Health Alliance

Western Bay of Plenty PHO provides primary health care services to 26 general practices across the WBOP sub-region of the Bay of Plenty, covering an enrolled population of over 165,000 patients and a further 3 practices within Whakatane in the EBOP sub-region covering an enrolled population of almost 21,000.

WBOPPHO works in partnership with two other PHOs within the BOPDHB region, and a range of community providers, to deliver a comprehensive suite of primary health care services to our diverse enrolled population that has in excess of 19,000 identify as Māori and 50,000 classified as high need.

In addition to community-based services, we develop and deliver a range of support, self-management and education programmes for both patients that are enrolled with us through their preferred provider of primary care services or are currently disengaged from a preferred provider.

To contact Western Bay of Plenty PHO – Click Here.

Dr Andrew Miller,

GP Bush Road Medical

I really like the idea of revisiting the concept of risk stratification. Even renaming the element to "opportunity stratification" would change the mindset of seeing patients as "risks". We should be looking for opportunities to find out "what matters to people" and engage with people to try and resolve the things that are getting in the way of well being.

This means looking a data that sits outside of health and takes into consideration the social determinants that impact on well being. It also means having care planning that starts with social determinants and patient activation measures before making our business as usual medical model plans.

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