The Helensville District Health Trust (the Trust) is a community owned not for profit organisation. Established in 1989, the Trust has charitable trust status.
The Trust owns and operates from its strategic health site in Commercial Road in Helensville. This includes the purpose built medical facilities of the Kaipara Medical Centre, The Helensville Birthing Centre, local offices and consulting rooms for Waitemata Health, the adjacent Alison McKenzie Community House and the Helensville Women & Family Centre at 1 Porter Crescent. An extensive directory of local health services is provided from these premises.
The Trust is comprised of a number of trustees who volunteer their time, experience and expertise to the community. We are also fortunate to have enjoyed considerable support for our work and projects over the years from our community. This has included fundraising, voluntary work projects and donations to support expansion and ongoing provision of health services to the District.
The Trust employs a number of staff who work from Alison McKenzie House and other locations within the strategic health campus. Led by General Manager Sue Miller, our team work hard to ensure the day to day operation of our services and long-term vision and goals of the Trust are maintained.
The Trust is recognised in NZ as a leading and very successful integrated rural health model. We have been fortunate to receive government accolades and ongoing health industry and consumer media interest regarding our achievements and the processes and people behind them.
Above: The 'Helensville District Health Trust Health Campus' located in central Helensville.
Our Vision and Goals
Our Vision is for Helensville 'to be the healthiest rural community in NZ'.