Comprehensive Care

Procare's  vision is to improve the health of Aucklanders through quality general practice. They do this by providing 200 general practices with the right clinical programmes, a full staff of qualified doctors and nurses, primary healthcare services (such as their vaccination, immunisation, mental health and after-hours medical advice phone services), health promotion, community health education and business advice.

Procare remains committed to ensuring general practice remains the essential ''medical home" for all New Zealanders. Primary care healthcare systems like New Zealand's deliver better healthcare and more efficiencies than any other system. As healthcare services and treatments become increasingly complex, we believe it is more important than ever that general practice teams remain at the hub of our healthcare, continuing to care for patients throughout their whole lives.

To ensure Government health priorities are met and quality general practice remains viable, ProCare advocates for the interests of our general practice and their patients with Government, Auckland's three district health boards and other healthcare organisations.

Click here to visit the Procare website.


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