Our Whānau Health Centres provide a wide variety of services to our community from traditional GP clinics through to education, wellness care, mental health services, whānau support, home-based support services, health promotion and public health services.
“Hauraki as a healthy nation.”
“To continually strive for excellence in the way we provide our services to our people and in the way we involve our people.”
We ensure we always work together as a whanau and in doing so create a sense of unity.
We uplift the mana of those who we work with.
We stand together as one whānau, one organisation, one community.
Ngā puke ki Hauraki, ka tārehua
E mihi ana ki te whenua
E tangi ana ki te tangata.
Ko Moehau ki waho
Ko Te Aroha ki uta
Ko Tīkapa te moana
Ko Hauraki te whenua
Ko Marutūahu te tangata.
In the early 1990s the health landscape in Aotearoa underwent significant reform, a process which offered the Hauraki Māori Trust Board the opportunity to develop an iwi-based health care service to provide for their local community.
Centred on the unique health needs of the people of this region, the service would place Hauraki whānau and Kaupapa Māori approaches at its core.
The Board established Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki after undertaking a thorough health needs assessment of the Hauraki rohe.
Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki is proud of its staff.
Covering clinical, mental health, public health and Kaumātua services, our team members are chosen for their knowledge and skill and their dedication in working towards making the Hauraki a healthier nation.
Ko Riana Manuel taku ingoa
Ko Moehau ki waho
Ko Te aroha ki uta
Hauraki te Whenua
Tikapa te Moana
No Te Awaawa o Manaia ahau
Ko Ngati Pukenga, Ngati Maru, Ngati Kahungunu oku Iwi
Ko Mataatua, Tainui, Takitimu oku waka
I am a registered nurse by trade and have spent my career working toward improving the health and well-being of our Maori whanau. I am currently the Manukura Hauora (CEO) for Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki.
Mauri Ora e te whare.
Ko Taima Tukukino Campbell tōku ingoa
No Waiau ahau
Ko Tainui te waka
Ko Te Aroha ki uta - Ko Moehau ki tai ōku maunga
Ko Tikapakapa te moana
Ko Ōhinemuri, ko Waihou, ko Piako ngā awa tere nei
Ko Ngāti Tamatera, ko Ngāti Maru ōku iwi
Ko Ngāti Kiriwera tōku hapu
He ika ki te moana, ko au ki te whenua, ko Tīkapa oneone, hokinga kāinga!
Ko Debbie Petersen-Pilcher tōku ingoa
Ko Ngāti Pākehā aku iwi
Ko Pirongia taku maunga
Ko Waikato taku awa
No Tairua ahau
Whāia te iti kahurangi, ki te tuohu koe, me he maunga teitei
I have worked in various roles in health for most of my working life, arriving as Oranga o Te Tangata manager in 2011. Public and Community Health is my passion, as it makes a difference to populations by supporting and equipping them with tools for an empowered journey. I am proud of the work Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki do, walking alongside the whānau of Hauraki.
Ko Sharron Kane tōku ingoa
No Whitianga ahau
Ko Ngātokimatawhaorua te waka
Ko Whakarongarua tōku maunga
Ko Hokianga nui a Kupe tōku moana
Ko Utakura tōku awa
Ko Ngāpuhi tōku iwi
Ko Ngāti Toro tōku hapu
He aha te mea nui o te ao
He tangata, he tangata, he tangata
I am a registered nurse who began my career at Waikato Hospital in Maternal and Child Health. I have worked in both primary and secondary healthcare settings gaining a wide range of experience and skills. In late 2014 I joined Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki in a People and Performance support role, moving to my current role as manager of Ohu Kāinga in March 2016.
I feel privileged to be working in a kaupapa Māori environment supporting whānau in Hauraki.
Ko Caroline Graham tōku ingoa
No Pauanui ahau
Ko Ngāti Pākehā aku iwi
Ko Pauanui tōku maunga
Ko Tairua tōku awa
My background is in Financial and Management accounting. In addition I have an interest in Information Technology. I became a Chartered Accountant in 1993 and have worked in a variety of Financial and IT focussed roles in a range of sectors, prior to joining Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki in July 2019. I have managed many implementation projects and this has been a useful background for the IT transformation projects we have been undertaking. I enjoy working in an environment where the business support I can offer the organisation helps to achieve our goal of improving the health and well-being of Hauraki whanau. It is a privilege to be part of this Kaupapa Māori organisation where I have an opportunity to make a difference.
Ko Matauhipo te maunga
Ko Waimarino te awa
Ko Ngāti Tuwharetoa te iwi
Ko Ngāti Hinekura te hapū
Ko Te Arawa te waka
Ko Korohe te marae
Ko Janine Thompson toku ingoa
My journey with Te Korowai first began back in 2002 when I was employed as a Kaiawhina in Whitianga and Coromandel. With Te Korowai’s encouragement and support I then went on to train as a registered nurse, which I completed in 2009. Since then, I have worked as a rural primary health care nurse in Whitianga, before returning home to Te Korowai 8 months ago as the mobile nurse. I have recently been seconded to nurse lead, then subsequently to Clinical Services Manager. My passion is people and working alongside them and their whanau to achieve their health and wellness goals and maintain oranga.
Harry has been involved in a number of organisations including Iwi/Māori Council, Tainui Waka Alliance, Hauraki Fishing Group and Taimoana Marine Farms Limited, New Zealand Aquaculture Limited, Aotearoa Fishing Company Limited and Waikato Whānau Ora Regional Leadership Forum.
Of Ngati Paaoa descent Glen Tupuhi grew up in Kaiaua and attended Hauraki Plains College. Husband father and grandfather, he holds a Graduate Diploma in Health Management from Massey University as well as health related qualifications and experience relevant to previous management and senior positions in CYFS, Corrections, Health Waikato, Hauora Waikato and Te Runanga o Kirikiriroa.
Tuu te winiwini Tuu te wanawana ki te Puu Tahitanga o nga tino whakaaro te Tapu te Ihi te Wehi te Pono o te Runga Rawa heke iho ki nga kawai rangatira o nga tuupuna.
Sue has a passion and commitment for working with whānau/families and organisations to get better outcomes for our people when it comes to Health. She has been a member of Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki from when it first started and has previously served on the Board from 1991-2011. Sue is a mother of 6, grandmother of 22 and great grandmother of 6; she works as a Kaitiaka Māori, based in Thames Hospital, and lives in Kopu with her husband, Graham King.
Of Ngāti Tamaterā and Ngāti Maru descent, Liane has a planning, policy and resource management background working for iwi in the Hauraki and Tāmaki regions for over 20 years. A recognised mandated negotiator for Ngāti Tamaterā in treaty negotiations with the Crown in Tāmaki and Hauraki, Liane is also an elected trustee of the Ngāti Tamaterā Treaty Settlement Trust and a current trustee of Te Whariki Manawahine o Hauraki, the Hauraki Women’s Refuge. Formerly part of senior management of the Hauraki Maori Trust Board and a member of the Auckland and Waikato Conservation Boards, she is currently a tangata whenua member of the Hauraki Gulf Forum and sits in her second term as a Mana Whenua representative to the Independent Maori Statutory Board, allocated to the Planning Committee of Auckland Council. Liane has two children, Ruby and Takutaimoana.
David Taipari is experienced in taking a high-level strategic approach to governance and management having served in leadership roles on several Boards. David serves as:
• Chairman of the Independent Māori Statutory Board for Auckland Council which includes sitting on Council Committees;
• Chairman of the Hauraki Maori Trust Board, the statutory Maori Authority in Hauraki;
• Chairman of the Pare Hauraki Fishing Trust a diversified private Trust active in marine farming, fishing, property development and other investments on behalf of Hauraki iwi;
• Trustee of Nga Iwi FM Board, the regional Maori radio station in Hauraki;
• Trustee of Matai Whetu Marae in Thames.
For over 25 years David has represented Ngati Maru in various roles. He has also been a strong advocate in Treaty of Waitangi claims and the settlement process. As the Chairman of the Hauraki Maori Trust Board he has represented Hauraki iwi to achieve significant fisheries settlements and enhance economic development for the region.
Revised March 2013, December 2013
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