Primary Health & Wellbeing Directory
- Published annually since 2007.
- 12,000 copies distributed free of charge to NGO’s, Community Support Organisations, Allied Health organisations, Home Support organisations, Resthomes and Retirement Villages, Social Workers, GPs, and Practice staff, through-out New Zealand.
- Used by the above to on refer patients and clients to others in the health and wellbeing sector.
- The Primary Health & Wellbeing directory is typically referred to more than 12,800 times every week (Source 2014 User Survey).
For more information on being represented in the Primary Health & Wellbeing directory click on the cover image to the left to open a full information pack.
To order a copy of the directory click here.
The Primary Health & Wellbeing directory is extremely popular as we regularly receive more requests for this directory than we can supply.
The Directory is used and valued by those that receive it. Below is some feedback we have received from around the country.
Both your book and healthpages.co.nz are the best resource available to me – easy to use and look up.
In our practice I pass in referral information to patients, usually for physios, optometrists, osteopaths and other health professionals. Our practice nurse also uses the book. GP’s get reception to look up details for patients – it’s all useful for the whole team.
Narelle Stacey, Receptionist
Selwyn House Medical Centre
I have to be impartial – with the book I can show people the range available and point them to the healthpages.co.nz website to make their choice.
A lot of my work is over the phone giving out names and numbers. I use the book once a day, it lives on my desk and I use all categories.
Joanna Erskine-Shaw, Regional Co-ordinator
Parent to Parent
Patients often see their doctor with multiple issues – we find it works well for the doctor to focus on medical problems and for the practice nurse to assist with broader issues.
Melinda, Practice Nurse
Ellerslie Medical Central
Social work is all about networking and connecting people into systems and services – this book helps with a core part of our work.
Tania Kiwara, Social Worker