E tika ana me tuku ngā mihi tuatahi ki to tātou nei kaihanga koia te timatanga me te otinga o ngā mea katoa. Kia rātou kua mene atu ki te po. Haere, haere, haere atu ra.
Kia tātou te hunga ora. E mihi ana kia tātou mo te tau hou me ngā manaakitanga ki runga i ngā tamariki mokopuna, koeke me te whānau whanui. Otira, ko te wawata ka ahei koutou katoa, ki te waihanga ngā mahinga Toi mo te tau hou e heke mai nei. Ngā manaakitanga me te Rangimarie ki a koutou katoa. Ngā mihi nui me te aroha.
Poutiri Trust is pleased to announce the opening of Poutiri Wellness Centre in Te Puke.
Poutiri’s drive to improve whānau wellness has led to the 2021 development of an accessible, affordable, and holistic wellness hub, that proactively and passionately supports whānau to keep well, get well, and be well.
Stage one involves a new medical practice, opening in coming weeks with Dr Joe Bourne, Dr Tim Chiari, Dr Jen Hall, and Dr Dan Jackson joining the team of Poutiri. The practice will operate alongside Poutiri’s mental health and addiction, nursing, whānau ora, breastfeeding, employment support and child/ rangatahi services.
Enrolments are now open and can be completed online (click here) or come in and enrol at Poutiri – 35 Commerce Lane, Te Puke.
We also have two fulltime job vacancies; a Toiora Medical Receptionist and Toiora Practice Nurse (click here).
By the end of 2021, the Wellness Centre will integrate a range of rongoā, whānau fitness, health, social, and employment services, and help inform the expansion of innovative, toiora solutions in partnership with the Poutiri provider network.
Noho ora mai,
Spencer Webster CEO, Poutiri Trust