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Better days start here.

Since 1927, Access Community Health has been on a mission to make lives better.
Over the last year, we have been working on bringing you
an even better user experience with a new accessible website, and a new look.

We hope you like it!

From your Access Community Health whānau.

To go back to our existing website click here.

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We ask.

He whakangākau.

Because we genuinely care about you.

We listen.

He whakarongo.

Because we want to understand how we can help.

We support.

He whakapiri.

Because everyone deserves holistic well-being & care.

We act.

He whakamanawanui.

Because we know a better day, makes for a better life.

Our look might change, our commitment to you never will.

We continue to support everyone across our diverse communities, cultures and social groups, for the best quality of life, no matter their individual support needs.

Let us make your day better.

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Guided by best practice, always, our vast network of care spans thousands of services – and counting. That’s because we are committed to finding ways to better support the diverse needs of the people and communities in our care, through the services we offer. We strive to deliver holistic wellbeing and outcomes, tailored to your physical, mental, environmental & spiritual needs.

Find out more about our comprehensive range of services dedicated to your holistic wellbeing.

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The standard of care provided to my daughter has been of a very high standard and as a registered nurse myself, I truly appreciate this. For me too, the team have been a valuable support.
Tracey, Wairarapa
It is largely due to the support and faithful rural service of our team from Access that mum was with us as long as she was. She was able to be in her home surrounded by the things she loved in a positive and happy atmosphere.
Reverend Jones, Canterbury
It is fair to say that without Access and the amazing carers, Tom would be more than likely dead as he would not survive in a rest home for long.
Kay, Southbridge
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How can we help you?

Āwhina pēhea nei māu?

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