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Asian Health Services

Asian Health Services

Asian Health Services (AHS) provides a range of culturally appropriate services to improve the health and wellbeing of the Asian community's within the Waitemata district:• iCare Information Line NZ health system information incl. GP info• Asian Breast Screening Support ServiceFor Asian women aged 45-69 years• Asian Patient Support Service For hospital inpatients & their families • Asian Mental Health ServiceFor clients who are under the Specialist Mental Health Services• Waitemata Translation & Interpreting Service (WATIS) Covers 90+ languages and dialects (24/7)Non-NZ residents will be required to provide proof of eligibility for publicly funded health services, such as a passport. Those who cannot provide proof will need to pay for the health services they receive.

Overview

Asian Health Services (AHS) provides a range of culturally appropriate services to improve the health and wellbeing of the Asian community's within the Waitemata district:
• iCare Information Line
NZ health system information incl. GP info
• Asian Breast Screening Support Service
For Asian women aged 45-69 years
• Asian Patient Support Service
For hospital inpatients & their families
• Asian Mental Health Service
For clients who are under the Specialist Mental Health Services
• Waitemata Translation & Interpreting Service (WATIS)
Covers 90+ languages and dialects (24/7)

Non-NZ residents will be required to provide proof of eligibility for publicly funded health services, such as a passport. Those who cannot provide proof will need to pay for the health services they receive.

Contact Information

  • Cost of Service: Free, Other
  • Telephone: [North Shore]
    (09) 486 8314
    (09) 486 8920
    [Waitakere]
    09 837 8831
    (09) 486 8920
  • Address: [North Shore]
    3 Mary Poynton Crescent, Takapuna 0622 (Head office - North Shore Hospital)
    [Waitakere]
    55-75 Lincoln Road, Henderson (Waitakere Hospital)
  • Regions Served: North Shore, Rodney, Waitakere
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