Te Piki Oranga

Working with whanau and Maori communities to improve access to health care services is the focus of Te Piki Oranga. They deliver a district wide service which includes Motueka, Nelson and Marlborough and have as their mission statement.

Hei oranga ki te whanau o Te Tau Ihu O Te Waka A Maui’ which means ‘healthy whanau across the top of the South Island.’

 Te Piki Oranga delivers a range of health services which include:

  • Nga Pukenga Atawhai – qualified, experienced nurses. Cardio vascular disease, diabetes, chronic obstructive airways and asthma, cancer prevention, assessment, treatment and referral
  • Nga Pukenga Manaaki – experienced, community support and navigators. Provide personal and mental health facilitation and advocacy
  • Nga Pukenga Hauora Hinengaro o nga tamariki me rangatahi - child and adolescent mental health clinicians. Prevention, assessment, treatment and referral
  • Nga Pukenga Toitu Te Ora a Waipiro me Tarutaru kino - Alcohol and other drugs counsellors. Prevention, assessment, treatment, referral and reports
  • Whanau Kaimahi-a-Iwi - Social Worker. Advocacy with government agencies eg: WINZ, justice, CYFS and education, budgeting, family violence intervention, child protection, support, advocacy, information and referral
  • Tamariki Ora – mothers and babies under five years of age. Immunisation, well-child checks, breast feeding and smokefree environments.

Goal setting with whanau is important and all services work within Te Ao Maori and a Whanau Ora framework.

Contact Te Piki Oranga
Anne Hobby
Tumuaki 
General Manager
Richmond
281 Queen Street
Richmond 7020
Phone: (03) 543 7016
Michelle Edwards
Kaiwhakahaere
Clinical Team Leader
Nelson
Whakatu Marae
99 Atawhai Drive
Nelson
Phone: (03) 546 9099
Fax: (03) 548 4248
Ripeka Houkamau
Kaiwhakahaere 
Clinical Team Leader
Wairau 4a Nelson Street
Blenheim
Phone: (03) 578 5750
Fax: (03) 578 5980
 
Lydia Mains
Kaiwhakahaere
Clinical Team Leader
Motueka 133 Pah Street
Motueka
Phone/Fax: (03) 528 1155