New Zealand’s most trusted healthcare, disability and wellbeing support

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To read more about our health care services, please click on the service icon or title below.

  • Community & Rehabilitation

    The Community and Rehabilitation services both offer home support with the objective of enabling maximum independence through high quality and expert support

  • Nursing Services

    On-call, 24/7 in-home nursing services; personalised support to care for your individual needs. ACC nursing is available for people with approved ACC injuries

  • NZCare Disability

    Providing disability support across New Zealand that enables people to live independently in their community

  • Mental Health & Wellbeing

    1 in 4 Kiwis face mental health challenges. Our expert, personalised and confidential support helps people overcome them

  • Explore Specialist Advice

    Specialist positive behaviour support for people with disabilities/autism, their whānau and support services

  • Gains Psychology & Wellbeing

    Welcome to Gains, a team of psychologists and counsellors dedicated to supporting your mental health and wellbeing needs

  • Autism Services

    Programmes that support parents, caregivers, and whānau to understand autism and develop the skills that help

  • Social Services

    Social Services supports people to remain in their communities or to reintegrate back into their communities

  • Medical Alarms

    Connecting you to instant medical expertise and emergency ambulance support when and where it’s needed

  • Duty Calls

    Providing temporary and short-term contract Nursing Staff and Healthcare Assistants throughout New Zealand

Welcome to HealthCare NZ

Our organisation was founded on the belief that when people support others to be part of a vibrant community, we help create a truly inclusive society. And, no matter the challenge, those in need deserve to be supported with healthcare services that enable them to be as capable and as independent as possible. Which includes being supported in their own homes and in their own communities.

Our journey began back in 1988. Now with a workforce of thousands of specialists and highly-trained professionals, HealthCare NZ is proud to be our country’s largest healthcare provider.

Our health care services are comprehensive, including: In-Home and Community-Based Health, Rehabilitation, Nursing, Mental Health and Disability Support. This range of services means we’re able to provide seamless support between each area of expertise. And, because we’re spread throughout New Zealand, you’re able to access the best quality services just about anywhere, from Cape Reinga to the Bluff.

Right now, we’re supporting tens of thousands of New Zealanders, their families and their whānau. To find out how we could support you, please click through to our list of services.


Wellbeing Network

Connecting and supporting Healthcare workers, Psychologists and Wellbeing Specialists.

We have created an exciting new platform for psychologists and wellbeing professionals to connect and share insights to help deliver and develop world-class psychological services here in New Zealand.


Frontline Health Heroes – Wellbeing Services

If you’re a frontline health or care worker feeling overwhelmed, disconnected, mentally drained or just need to talk some things through, we can connect you with a Registered Psychologist to provide you with free and confidential mental wellbeing support.

Find a Healthcare Service Near You

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Frequently Asked Questions

View our frequently asked questions.


The Latest From Our Blog And Newsroom

Fair Pay Agreement legislation announced at New Zealand Health Group HQ

Friday 7 May, 2021

Today it was our pleasure to welcome the Hon Michael Wood, Minister for Employment Relations, to our premises for his landmark announcement on Fair Pay Agreement legislation.   

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9 Mental Wellbeing Tips for Health Workers

Tuesday 4 May, 2021

Our team of Registered Psychologists have put together 9 mental wellbeing tips to support our country’s frontline healthcare staff as they continue to work throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Freedom from worry

Having a Freedom Medical Alarm means that you always have a way to seek expert emergency medical attention quickly. Jane Edwards is a busy 82-year-old Kuia, living in Porirua wears her Freedom Medical Alarm on her wrist all the time.

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