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Affordable, holistic care for the communities of Canterbury
Pacific Trust Canterbury is the largest provider of Pacific health and social services in the South Island. We provide affordable, holistic care to the communities of Canterbury.
All services are delivered with Pacific values, and we enable and empower communities to reach their full potential through holistic, quality services. Our services meet the diverse needs of the community, and all are welcome
Services provided include social work services, whanau ora, community primary health, community development, mental health and addiction, earthquake support coordination and a Pacific health clinic with full GP medical services available.
Lompipeau South Island Pacific Providers Collective
Pacific Trust Canterbury is the lead provider of Lomipeau, New Zealand’s South Island Pacific Provider Collective (SIPPC), responsible for delivering culturally appropriate health and social services to the Pacific populations of Te Wai Pounamu (South Island). Established in November 2012, geographically Lomipeau is the largest health collective in the country.
Our Pacific Health Clinic is committed to providing professional, affordable and holistic primary health care services that are culturally appropriate. Our friendly, professional clinic staff are focused on making you feel comfortable and safe when you visit, and your health is our priority.
Affordable general medical services are available for the entire family including check-ups, ACC, support for chronic diseases such as diabetes and asthma, immunisations, Well Child checks, insurance medicals, minor surgery, sexual health and contraception and specialist referrals.
Meningitis kills or disables around 1.2 million people worldwide each year. Even with prompt diagnosis and treatment, approximately 10% of patients die and up to 20% or more sustain permanent damage and disability. Pacific Trust Canterbury encourages our communities to be aware and know the symptoms of Meningitis ... Read More
Beat diabetes this World Health Day 2016
07 April 2016
Type 2 diabetes is NZ’s largest and fastest growing health issue. The Ministry of Health says diabetes is most common among Maori and Pacific people, who are three times more likely to have it than other New Zealanders. World Health Day is today – April 7 2016 ... Read More
Trained Pacific workers join the Christchurch rebuild
A partnership between the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE), Pacific Trust Canterbury and Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT) will provide an opportunity for up to 28 skilled workers from the Pacific islands to fill a skills shortage and work on the Christchurch rebuild. ...Read More
New integrated Pacific health facility opens
A new integrated Pacific health facility officially opened in Christchurch on Friday 8 May 2015, launched by Pacific Trust Canterbury (PTC). The clinic will cater to the growing needs of the Pacific population of Canterbury, with double the capacity of the pre-quake clinic. ...Read More