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Total Healthcare PHO cares for its community

Total Healthcare PHO, through more than 20 general practices, governs the care of 180,000 people in the wider Auckland region.

A high proportion of our patients are high needs, which means we understand how to deliver high-quality, convenient and affordable services 24/7 to people from a range of different backgrounds and circumstances.

As well as receiving regular medical care, when you enroll with one of our clinics, you are also able to access additional services that are free or at reduced cost (where you are eligible).

Call one of our clinics today to see what we can offer you and your family.

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Latest News

April 2016

Partnering with AUT, Gandhi Nivas celebrates one year and more


Valery Feigin



AUT’s National Institute for Stroke and Applied Neurosciences is teaming up with Total Healthcare PHO and Nirvana Health to trial new ways of preventing strokes with Auckland patients.


Read about why AUT is partnering with Total Healthcare, and much more in our latest E News.

December 2015

Former MP joins Takanini clinic and much more in the latest e news and annual report


151115 East Tamaki Heathcare, Takanini Medical Centre photographs for 2015 annual report. Photo: Fiona Goodall Photography


In the latest newsletter, along with news from the clinics, trustees and our communities, Total Healthcare reflects on some of this year’s highlights and challenges for the PHO.


You can find out more in our newly released annual report, which we know you will enjoy reading.


Wishing you the very best of the season, and Total Healthcare looks forward to your ongoing support through 2016.


September 2015

Full steam ahead for Evolution, health target success, rheumatic fever decline and much more




The days are getting lighter and longer which means winter is, at long last, behind you!



Here at Total Healthcare, we’ve got a spring in our step after receiving great news about our health target achievements and Counties Manukau district’s dramatic drop in rheumatic fever rates.


We’re spreading spring fever at STARCare in Otara, too, where we’ve got a committed group of patients learning about exercise and diet as part of the At-Risk Individual programme. Read our latest e-news to find out more