We have professionally and culturally competent kaimahi who visit homes, marae, workplaces or wherever people feel comfortable. They are a complementary mix of nurses and doctors, health educators and promoters, social and youth workers and other allied health workers, as well as business, ICT, marketing, administration and HR staff.

In many of our services kaiāwhina walk alongside clients and their whānau, offering practical support and education, co-ordinating transport, supporting clients at appointments and finding out about related services. Kaumātua and kuia help address cultural aspects of mental unwellness as well as advocating for tangata whai ora.

Read about the jobs some of our kaimahi do and the people they help. 

Clinical Director , Tui Ora Family Health

Dr Bernard Leuthart

Clinical Director , Tui Ora Family Health

Bernard Leuthart is looking forward to empowering people in need of a hand-up...

Business Analyst , ICT team

Hone Rata

Business Analyst , ICT team

As a business analyst for Tui Ora, Hone Rata works with staff to examine their...

Activity Based Recovery Programme Co-ordinator , Activity Based Recovery Programme

Nadja Bernhardt

Activity Based Recovery Programme Co-ordinator , Activity Based Recovery Programme

Five years in her role hasn’t dimmed the energy of Nadja Bernhardt, Activity...

Youth Worker , Youth Services

Krista Corkill

Youth Worker , Youth Services

As a Kiwi tour guide, Krista Corkill once journeyed with foreign backpackers...

Health Promoter , Oranga Hapori

​Te Haupai Korewha

Health Promoter , Oranga Hapori

 Science, the environment and health – how do they all fit together?  Te Haupai...

Mama Pēpe Tamariki Ora nurse , Tamariki Ora Service

Romane Stockman

Mama Pēpe Tamariki Ora nurse , Tamariki Ora Service

Mama Pēpe Tamariki Ora nurse, Romane Stockman is relatively new to Tui Ora and...

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