Practices that deliver great service to their patients will also be profitable. We encourage investment in improvement and help achieve a solid return on these.
OmniHealth works hard every day to ensure there are strong, effective and sustainable general practice systems for the future.
Our fees and payment methods are designed to encourage patients to utilize our services. Health care should be affordable for all.
We do all we can to ensure our patients get the care they need when desired most. This creates a healthy, functioning society.
Maintaining relationships continuity is a core focus of ours. Both are a critical aspects of the value our team delivers to their patients.
We believe no two patients are the same. That’s why we’re committed to developing strong relationships with individuals from all walks of life.
We strive to maintain professional standards through teamwork and self-improvement. This ensures we maximise the health of our patient population.
Why choose OmniHealth?
Our goal is to become New Zealand’s leading health care provider and ensure there are strong, effective and sustainable general practice systems for the future.
We want our practices to be the place to work and are constantly looking to gain efficiency from an effective use of technology, maximised relationships and minimised waste.
The OmniHealth network at a glance.
Net Promoter Score
OmniHealth invests in, and partners with, practices to help them maximum potential and provide the best possible care and advice to their patients.
Fortify patient satisfaction and encourage engagement with regular surveys on your practice.
Ensure the timely, accurate reporting of debtors with revenue reconciliation.
Transform into a modern practice and significantly reduce costs with paperless administration.
HealthyAccess is a new way for patients to pay for access to the services of their general practice.
Offer patients a 6 month interest free payment plan on all high value services with OmniPay.
Our locum service is designed to support all practices within the OmniHealth network.
OmniHealth's network is powered by a high-caliber team that focuses on improving the patient experience and challenging the status quo.
Chief Operating Officer
National Operations Manager
Regional Operations Manager
Regional Operations Manager
Project Management & Operations Support
Transitions & Acquisitions
Marketing & Communications
OmniHealth is proud to serve New Zealand with medical practices across the nation. We've thoughtfully designed our offering with one thing in mind — our patients.
Clinical Governance Board
OmniHealth clinicians that help guide our network's clinical practice.
Dr Lorna Buhler
Chairperson, GP, Tuakau Health Centre
Dr Buhler is originally from South Africa and has been in NZ for 20 years. Dr Buhler began her career as a military doctor in South Africa where she was involved in running the HIV and TB clinics and gaining general practice experience. She emigrated to NZ and has been practicing as a rural GP at Tuakau Health Centre ever since. As well as being a GP director of the practice, Dr Buhler is also a GP Registrar teacher and an external GPEP1&2 assessor for the RNZCGP. Her interests include Women’s Health, Geriatric Medicine and Minor Surgery. She has also mentored overseas trained medical doctors new to NZ.
Dr Sam Wilson
GP, Tararua Health Group
Dr Wilson is originally from the UK and practiced there as a GP for 3 years before spending 3 years in Brunei as a government medical officer. Dr Wilson now practices at the Tararua Health Group where he was one of the original founders. Dr Wilson is a medical council of NZ performance review, a censor for the RNZCGP as well as a senior clinical examiner. He mentors locums, junior GPs, registrars and NPs as well as partaking in the rural medical immersion programme with Otago University students.
Dr John Arcus
GP, Beachhaven Medical
Dr Arcus who is originally from the Wairarapa, studied medicine at the University of Otago. He has been a GP at Beachhaven Medical on the North Shore of Auckland for 35 years and is its’ Clinical Director. Dr Arcus was involved in governance roles for over 20 years with IPAs and PHOs, and has a lot to bring to the table.
Dr Ewa Stojek
GP, Onerahi Family Healthcare
Dr Stojek is Originally from Poland and has been in NZ for 5 years. Dr Stojek is the Clinical director of Onerahi Family Healthcare in Whangarei as well as also owning a GP practice in Poland with 6000 patients that she is managing remotely. As well as completing a PhD in Environmental and Occupational medicine – Dr Stojek also has a diploma in health management and travel medicine and has a special interest in pain management.
Dr Brad Stanfield
During medical school, Dr Stanfield taught himself how to code and wrote a mobile app to help standardise treatment guidelines. While the app did garner over 75,000 downloads worldwide, he wanted to complete his clinical training. After working for two years among the Auckland Hospitals, Dr Stanfield became an orthopaedic registrar and is now about to begin the GPEP pathway with OmniHealth.
Dr Rachel Gordon
GP, Central Medical
Dr Rachel Gordon is a GP originally from Auckland, now resident in Napier, Hawkes Bay in a very mixed demographic practice. Graduating from Otago University in 2008, she also has a Diploma of Child Health. She is passionate about preventative medicine, improving equity amongst the population and improving efficiency within general practice. She has a young family with two children and enjoys cooking and running.
NP, Tuakau Health Centre
Jo is a very experienced Nurse practitioner who has worked in rural general practice for over 25 years. Jo helped design and build a custom medical facility in 2010 which she still owns and manages while practicing as an NP. Jo’s passion is enabling rural populations have access to high quality primary and secondary health care.
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