From this Saturday 28 March, the Downstairs area of Pukekohe Family Health Care (PFHC), West Street, will operate as aCovid-19 Community Testing Centre.
All appointments for our West Street Centre will now be UPSTAIRS Please be assured, WE ARE OPEN and all services currently provided by PFHC will remain. There is designated parking for your appointments and full information can be seen in our letter (which includes parking location photos) by clicking the button
Coronavirus: IF you think you are at risk of Coronavirus or have recently travelled overseas and have a fever, cough or shortness of breath PLEASE CALL first Healthline’s dedicated COVID-19 number 0800 358 (for free) on 0800 358 5453 or +64 9 358 5453 for international SIMS.
To keep our staff and patients safe PFHC is changing the way it provides services at this time - click on the link below for information
Those that are eligible for FUNDED flu vaccinations: Over 65 yrs, pregnant, those with chronic conditions, and children over 3yrs with acute respiratory issues and Healthcare workers can ring in for a booking now. Otherwise the Ministry has said Influenza Immunisation Programme start date is from 13st April 2020.
Please ring 09 237 0280 as bookings are not available online
We are working constantly to maintain stock and currently are fully booked. New clinics will be opened as stock is confirmed - this is a national supply and demand situation.
Children's under 3yrs special Vac is not yet available ( due April 1st)
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Aileen likes to take a holistic view of patients and realises the importance of family. Aileen has special interests in women’s health, paediatrics and family planning.
— Dr Aileen Elborough
Dr Ross believes that all patients can understand their health problems and manage these with appropriate input and guidance from their general practitioner. He strives to help and support his patients in looking after their own health.
— Dr. Brian Ross
Dr Tatnell believes that wellness is a journey that we are both partners in.
— Dr Ryan Tatnell
Dr Sainai believes family is very important and enjoys building long term relationships with patient families from the new born to the very elderly. She believes in holistic family care.
— Dr. Raltandeep Saini
Dr Morar is very supportive of the group practice concept because it offers modern treatment facilities, with deep supportive care.
— Dr. Ish Morar
'Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being' (World Health Org.) That's what we are dedicated to support you to achieve.
— Practice Nurse Renee Bovill
Dr Saini grew up in Papatotoe and completed her medical degree from the University of Auckland. She worked for 6 years in various medical, surgical and obstetric units in Australia. She settled in Pukekohe with her family in 2010 and has been practising as a GP since. She us a fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners.
Dr Ross has been at Pukekohe Family Health Care since 1981 and lives with his wife and three adult children and their horses on a kiwifruit orchard in Pukekohe East. His interests include rugby, skiing , golf and yachting. He has an extensive medical practice knowledge, which reflects his interest in a wide range of child and adult medical problems.
Dr Green has been with the practice since 1985. Married with three children she has a dual role combining general practice sessions and management duties. She enjoys water skiing, boating and fishing (if the fish will leap in to the boat!), music reading and scrap booking and sport.
Dr Wynne-Jones was born and raised in Hamilton. He graduated from the University of Otago in 1986. He worked in the UK for 3 years, and then returned to New Zealand to complete the General Practice Training Programme in 1992. He then spent 7 years working as a General Practitioner for the University of Auckland, Department of General Practice in Manurewa.
Dr Parkes’ special interests include paediatrics, women’s health and family planning. However, she enjoys all aspects of family health care from minor surgery to the care of ongoing illness. She particularly values getting to know people over time as she believes this is the key to effectively helping people with their health.
I graduated in 1987 in the Netherlands and initially gained hospital experience in the UK. I then spent enjoyable years outside of medicine bringing up four children and dabbling in woodwork as violin maker. Moving to New Zealand included some retraining to practice here, and this enabled me to join Pukekohe Family Health Care as GP in 2006.