Clinics & Services
Accident & Medical Services
Bairds Road Clinic 160 Bairds Road, Otara, Ph: 274 3414 OPEN 7 DAYS 8.00AM - 11.00PM
Mangere Town Centre Clinic 10 Waddon Place, Mangere, Ph: 275 7954 OPEN 7 DAYS 8.00AM - 8.00PM
Dawson Road Clinic 124 Dawson Road, Clover Park, Ph: 274 3468 OPEN 7 DAYS 8.00AM - 8.00PM
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NZ Immigration Medical Examinations
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Why age doesn’t matter, featuring Ranjna Patel
East Tamaki Healthcare founder Ranjna Patel is featured, alongside four other inspirational women, in Viva magazine – a weekly insert in the New Zealand Herald.
Ranjna is fiercely passionate about community, healthcare and people. A third-generation New Zealand-born Indian, in the 70s she founded East Tamaki Healthcare with husband Kantilal Naranji Patel — starting as a small GP clinic in Otara, with Kantilal the doctor and Ranjna the receptionist, cleaner and accountant. Read more
Prime Minister inducts medical innovator & philanthropist into NZ’s Indian Hall of Fame
Manukau GP, businessman, community stalwart and QSM Dr Kantilal Patel is the latest inductee into the Indian Hall of Fame.
Prime Minister John Key inducted Dr Patel into the hall of fame at Thursday’s award ceremony held in Auckland at the Langham Hotel. The glittering event drew several other high profile politicians: Sam Lotu-Iiga, Jami-Lee Ross, Winston Peters, Phil Goff and David Shearer.
Dr Patel is founding director of Nirvana Health Group, which began as a solo GP practice in Otara in 1977 and is now the largest private, clinician-owned network of general practices in New Zealand. Read more
Incentive package for GPEP1 registrars
Registrars now have two training programme options at ETHC: the standard programme OR a new incentive package supporting advanced mental health and addictions skills. Read more about our new fully funded two-year registrar training package
ETHC trains student nurses and 2nd year medical students right through to 6th year trainee interns.
We support and mentor both General Practice Education Programme Year 1 (GPEP1) and GPEP2 registrars.
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