Whanganui Regional Health Network
The Whanganui Regional Health Network (previously known as Whanganui Regional Primary Health Organisation) was established in July 2003 and is registered as a charitable trust.
The service has over 30 employees who are responsible for a variety of clinical and administration activities and contracts.
There are 11 general practices, serving a population of approximately 56,000 across the Whanganui district.
The benefits of belonging to Whanganui Regional Health Network are cheaper fees when you see your GP and access to a range of free health services (requiring referral by your GP or Practice Nurse), e.g. counselling service, immunisation service, social workers, community health workers, diabetes support, pharmacist facilitators, specialist nurses.
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