caring is our culture
The Fono provides affordable services including medical, dental, social, pharmacy, health promotion, education and Whanau Ora spread across six handy locations in Auckland and Northland.
The Fono is a proven leader in delivering health outcomes for the people who need it the most, fostering well, safe, vibrant and informed communities.
The Fono is a result of affiliation agreements between The Fono Trust and Pasifika Horizon Healthcare (2013) and The Peoples Centre Trust (2012). By pooling resources and combining organisations, Auckland communities have more readily accessible quality health services available.
The Fono is focused and committed to reducing the health inequalities of communities by finding innovative ways to deliver culturally appropriate services across all of our locations.
Providing health services for well, safe, vibrant and informed communities.
All our services are delivered to the highest standard by our professional and dedicated staff
We will match our delivery to the cultural needs of our community, underpinned by care
POSITIVE HEALTH OUTCOMES
We will work to introduce effective services that provide stronger and better health outcomes
for patients and families
Meet our dedicated staff who work across six locations providing medical, dental, pharmacy, health promotion, social services, education and Whanau Ora services to their communities.
Over 80 years of clinic experience delivering quality services
The Fono is a result of affiliation agreements between The West Fono Health Trust and Pasifika Horizon Healthcare (2013) and The Peoples Centre Trust (2012). By pooling resources and combining organisations, Auckland communities have more readily accessible quality health services available.
West Fono – formed 1987
Initially starting as a small General Practitioners clinic in 1987, West Fono Health Trust was formed in 1990 to provide services that benefited Pacific and high needs populations. The organisation grew substantially, expanding services and improving the standard of health care delivered. In 2007 the trust was renamed from Pasifika Healthcare to West Fono Health Trust. This also coincided with a change in legal status to an Incorporated Society. The changes enabled the trust to deliver services more effectively and governance also improved, resulting in strong leadership and a galvanised effort to lead The Fono in to the future.
Manurewa Peoples Centre and St Patricks Medical and Dental Centre – formed early 1990’s
As a registered non-profit organisation, The Peoples Centre Trust had been assisting people in the Auckland region since the early 1990’s. A well-established community health organisation, The Peoples Centre offered GP, RN and Dental activities at its two practices; St Patricks Medical Centre in Wyndham St, City; and Manurewa Peoples Centre in Manurewa. Dental services were also offered at Ngati Whatua’s Otahuhu medical centre. With a focus on providing low income, high needs populations with quality, affordable healthcare, The Peoples Centre Trust became wholly owned and operated by The Fono in 2012.
Pasifika Horizon Healthcare – formed in 2006
Pasifika Horizon Healthcare was an Blockhouse Bay based practice offering primary healthcare health education and social services support to local communities as a limited liability company. In 2013 the organisation became a wholly owned subsidiary of The Fono.
Delivering quality, accessible health services into the future
The Fono is focused and committed to reducing the health inequalities of communities across Auckland, by finding innovative ways to deliver culturally appropriate services across four Auckland clinics and a Northland Pacific Whanau Ora Service. The Fono aims to be a leader in health for the people who need it the most, fostering well, safe, vibrant and informed communities.
The Fono Head Office
Level 2, 6 Alderman Drive
Henderson, Auckland 0612
P: (09) 267 6331
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