Turuki Health Care was established in 1995 by a group of forward-thinking Māori midwives. These hard-working and dedicated women offered highly needed services to at-risk pregnant women and their babies in South Auckland.
From these humble beginnings, Turuki is now one of the largest kaupapa Māori providers in Auckland, offering a comprehensive range of primary health care and social services to around 26500 people every year.
Everything that we do is ultimately focused on achieving Wahine Oranga, Whānau Oranga.
What we offer
Our existing services include:
- a 11,000 patient GP practice, with two clinics – one in Mangere and one in Panmure
- rheumatic fever and health services across 20 primary and intermediate schools in the Counties Manukau area
- on-campus GP services delivered to rangatahi/taiohi at Southern Cross Campus and at Te Waananga o Aotearoa in Mangere
- early childhood education support services
- Teen Parenting services
- mental health services
- Whānau Ora services and programmes
- a co-located pharmacy (Mangere Clinic)
- a breastfeeding service
- parenting programmes
- Family Start
- Mama and Pepi (Mothers and Babies) services
- accredited Domestic Violence Programme provider
- GP and Pharmacy services for SERCO, within Kohuora South Auckland Corrections facility.
We also specialise in providing wrap-around services to pre-school aged children/tamariki and their wider whānau members.