About Three Rivers Medical
Three Rivers Medical began as an initiative of the owners of Kaiti Medical Centre, which out-grew rooms in Kaiti, the eastern suburb of Gisborne, where it had been for 30 years. New Zealand’s government wants better sooner more convenient health services. We are a group of health professionals who decided to make this vision a reality; Three Rivers Medical opened in August 2012.
Three Rivers GP part of groundbreaking diet research31 March 2017
Gisborne research involving Three Rivers Medical GP Nick Wright reveals weight loss from all-you-can-eat plant-based diet.
Really sick patients get help navigating health care system7 March 2017
NEW Zealand’s healthcare system can be difficult, confusing and frightening when you’re really sick with something that can’t be easily cured. Whether it be arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, or high blood pressure, managing a long term condition can be tough, says new Three Rivers Medical nurse Rachel Ferkins who’s been employed to help.
Eke Tū: Gym instructor tackling invisible epidemic28 July 2016
A gym instructor with years of experience working with rugby players, kids, and a special Olympian, heads a new Turanga Health programme helping patients live longer, healthier and more independent lives. And a small number of Three Rivers Medical patients are set to benefit.
An impressive Māori carving by Gisborne Boys’ High School Whakairo student Jarryd Broughton has been purchased by Three Rivers Medical.
Delicious and nutritious was the aim of the game at the annual Turanga Health versus Three Rivers Medical Centre Cook Off last week.
Come and have steak for lunch today as Three Rivers Medical staff face off against Turanga Health staff in a ‘Cook Off’ promoting healthy eating.
Yellow fever vaccinations are available in Gisborne now that a Three Rivers Medical GP has achieved the relevant qualifications.
This month, Three Rivers Medical is supporting the World Osteoporosis Day ‘Love Your Bones Protect Your Future’ campaign.