The Ōrākei Health Clinic is offering services to all whānau. If you can’t reach your own GP, please do get in touch with Ōrākei Health. You do not need to be enrolled with the clinic to receive their services including phone consultations and the flu vaccine. Please give them a call (09) 578 0956.
Another way Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei’s Ōrākei Health is uniting against Covid-19 was to become a designated clinic. We are now delivering free Covid-19 swabbing to any whānau or member of our local communities who have cold or flu like symptoms to ensure our whānau and community are as safe as possible during winter.
If you or any of your whānau have cold or flu like symptoms please call Ōrākei Health on (09) 578 0956 to book you in with the Doctor.
Click here to view the list of all the designated ILI practices in Auckland.
Influenza – or the flu – is a virus that spreads quickly from person to person. As part of its response to COVID-19, the Ministry of Health are prioritizing vaccination of those at greatest risk of influenza in 2020. We urge you all to get your Influenza Vaccine at your GP or local pharmacy. Remember to call and book ahead and follow the social distancing guidelines.
FREE vaccines are available:
On Saturday 4th April 2020 – we celebrated another year of delivering FREE Health Insurance to hapū registered members in partnership with nib Health. Ka Whakanuia!
Now is a good time to log in to your nib portal and check out your policy renewal certificates. Your policy and included benefits renews every 12 months from the date it was activated. What does this mean? It means that if you signed up on 4th May 2018, your policy will renew 4th May 2020.
For more information, call the contact centre on 0800 NIB NWO (0800 642 696)
Nib portal link: Click Here
Enrolment link: Click Here
To help Ngāti Whātua Orakei understand the impact of COVID-19 for whānau, a household survey was developed canvassing health, education, housing, employment and finance. The response from the Whānau Survey was overwhelming and the insights that we have gathered are significant in shaping how, what and why does support look like for our whānau through these unprecedented times.