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How can we help you?

Why Enrol?

Enrolment with Comprehensive Care can give you health care benefits. Go to our Why enrol? page for more information.
Comprehensive Care provides a range of health services. Some are available by self-referral; others require a referral from your doctor or practice nurse.
Comprehensive Care also provides services and support to General Practices.
Comprehensive Care provides services to member General Practices as documented in the PHO Services Agreement, version 6 (142-page PDF).
Please follow the links below for more information. If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact us by telephone or fax (see ‘Quick contact’), or you can use the “Send us a message” form on the Contact page.

Services

Immunisations

Immunisations

Immunisation is the most effective way to actively protect yourself and the people you care for from preventable diseases, such as whooping cough, tetanus, hepatitis B and measles.

Support Services for General Practice Teams

Support Services for General Practice Teams

Comprehensive Care supports General Practices with a range of services. We provide both clinical and business support, to ensure that our practices can deliver progressive and accessible whānau-centr

Respiratory Care

Respiratory Care

Comprehensive Care’s respiratory team educates, champions best practice and provides funding to support individuals access the respiratory care they need. Respiratory disease now affects one in

Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services

Comprehensive Care PHO Psychological Services   Comprehensive Care offers world class Mental Health support services to help the people in our community who are experiencing depression or anx

Dietitian

Dietitian

Comprehensive Care offers free one-on-one consultations with a registered dietitian for people with Type 2 Diabetes This service is available for people who request individual appointments with o

Palliative Care

Palliative Care

Comprehensive Care supports patients and their whānau by funding palliative care support. Palliative care is care for people of all ages with a life-limiting condition. No matter who we are, no

Education in Schools and Community Health Promotions

Education in Schools and Community Health Promotions

To address health inequality by removing barriers to access, demographically appropriate services are available to those enrolled with Comprehensive Care PHO and who are Māori, Pacific, migrant, re

Diabetes

Diabetes

Comprehensive Care's diabetes services operate throughout the Waitematā region to improve the health and wellbeing of Diabetes patients Comprehensive Care offers free Diabetes Self-Management Ed

Retinal Screening

Retinal Screening

Comprehensive Care's retinal screening team is here to survey any changes in your eyes, preventing loss of vision.  Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes can cause diabetic retinopathy (kinonga karu n

Podiatry

Podiatry

Comprehensive Care's podiatry programme supports people with diabetes who are at risk for foot complications. This service supports people with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes who have been assessed by

Childhood Immunisations

Childhood Immunisations

Vaccinations on the National Immunisation Schedule are free for anyone until their 18th birthday. Very young children are particularly at risk of becoming sick, because their immune system lacks expe

MMR

MMR

The measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine protects against three viral infections – measles, mumps and rubella – in one vaccine. Prior to immunisation, these were highly feared viruses, with c

Flu

Flu

Influenza (flu) is a common viral illness affecting people throughout the winter months (May to October). It spreads easily to others through talking, coughing and sneezing. People are at risk of rep

COVID-19

COVID-19

COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) is a respiratory viral infection caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus, which spread rapidly resulting in a pandemic. Early symptoms of COVID-19 include a dry cough, sore thr

Other

Other

HPV Human papillomaviruses (HPV) are a group of common viruses spread through skin to skin contact. Some are sexually transmitted and can cause causing genital warts, and a range of types of cancer.