Kaupapa Maori Health Care Services

in the Western Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

Ngā Moemoeā

Vision Statement

Kia tū pakari, tū maia hei poutokomanawa mō te Iwi
Māori in Western Bay of Plenty are healthy, confident, empowered and contributing to their communities

The Vision statement incorporates three key principles - Health, Confidence & Contribution.

Health - Refers to and is characterised by wanting to achieve total health of the mind and body. Te Manu Toroa will contribute to the health of our clients by being responsive to their holistic health needs, through a kaupapa Māori framework.

Confidence - We strongly believe that by achieving a state of total and complete health, our clients can be confident in themselves to live life to the fullest and to engage in the wider world.

Contributing - Being Health and Confident enables our clients a foundation to actively contribute positively in the communities that they live and work in. By doing so they are contributiong to building a healthy community for their whānau to participate in.

Te Manu Toroa believes that by achieving these key principles, we can help our clients to move towards being active and fit, to enable them to experience well health and ultimately be in control to manage their own health.


Mission Statement 

Kai whakarite ai he kaupapa oranga mō ngā Iwi o te Hauāuru
To provide comprehensive and integrated health care for Māori in the Western Bay of Plenty.

Te Manu Toroa will continue to provide comprehensive and integrated healthcare initiatives that are accessible to Māori, and other ethnicities, in the Western Bay of Plenty.

Te Manu Toroa will provide and build upon an integrated health care service that will enhance the interface across primary, secondary and tertiary health services improving access to, and co-ordinated delivery of, high quality health services to Māori whānau.

Te Manu Toroa will provide a matrix of services that will interweave to provide total wrap around support to our clients and whānau. Te Manu Toroa is committed to ensuring these services are supported by integration of supportive relationships with key organisations and communities.

Ngā Mātāpono me ngā Uara

Values & Principles


We will endeavour to be welcoming, embracing, considerate and show respect towards everyone.



We will maintain unity and purpose in all that we do.



We will show respect, support and care in everything we do.



We will provide leadership to guide all behaviour and action within the organisation.



We will provide and acknowledge the spiritual wellbeing of individuals.


Tangata Whenua

We will respect and be considerate of Tangata Whenua customs and beliefs.


Ngākau Pono

We will be loyal and committed to our clients needs to ensure our clients live a healthy lifestyle.