Courtenay Medical was established in 1997 by one doctor, one nurse and one counsellor. Patients have always appreciated our high standard of care throughout the years.
Our patients were asking for longer hours, more proactive care and access to a wider range of medical skills. To meet these needs we realised we needed to expand our premises. We have responded by moving to and fitting out purpose built facilities in spacious light new rooms on Courtenay Place. This enables our services to be more widely available to the community and allows us to offer the range of expertise expected from a modern medical centre.
Other health professionals are located in the same building providing a convenient “health hub” for our patients. Courtenay Medical’s model of care is guided by three principles:
- Patient-centred care
- Belief in the value of expertise
- Commitment to sustainable change
Courtenay Medical’s new practice rooms were officially opened on 2 December 2015 by Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown. Toa Waaka and Dr Dave Pickett led a blessing of the new practice rooms.