Enrolment in a primary health organisation (PHO) is voluntary. Most New Zealanders are however enrolled through their general practice and gain the benefits associated with belonging to a PHO, which can include cheaper doctors’ visits and reduced costs of prescription medicines.
Enrolment information for the public
To enrol, you will have to complete and sign a form which the Practice Administrator will give you. The form will require you to provide some personal details such as name, age, date of birth, address and ethnicity.
The information collected at enrolment is subject to the Privacy Act 1993 and the Health Information Privacy Code 1994, so the privacy of your information is protected.
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As of 1 October 2020 there will be a small increase in doctor consultation fees from $19 to $19.50 for a standard adult appointment. These increases are in line with the Ministry of Health allowable fee increases for Very Low-Cost Practices like Ngati Kahu Hauora.
Do you have an overdue account?
Please use the following account details for internet banking.
Account Name: Te Whare Hauora o Ngati Kahu 2000 A/C No: 123194-0002461-00,
Reference: Your name or your NHI (national health index) number.