Tena Koutou Katoa, Greetings to you all
Ko Corina Ngatai toku ingoa, my name is Corina Ngatai.
My nursing journey started in 2007, in 2015 I completed my Masters of Nursing Science and in 2017 became a Nurse Practitioner, Primary Health across the lifespan. My role focuses on acute presentations, complex triages, long term conditions and general consults. I also provide clinical mentorship and support for CMC nurses. I practice both in collaboration with other health professionals and autonomously to promote, prevent and manage your health needs. As a Nurse Practitioner I will always keep, you the patient, firmly at the centre of care. I look forward to meeting whanau as your Maori Health Nurse Practitioner.
My name is Megan and I have recently returned back to the Wairarapa to commence a new journey as a Practice Nurse at Carterton Medical Centre. I have been nursing for the past 3 years at the Children’s Ward within Wellington Hospital.
My passion is child and youth health; however I enjoy all aspects of general practice. An important part of my role is the Immunisation Nurse in which I work closely with families and other health agencies to ensure our children are immunized on time. I am the designated Maori Health Nurse for the practice and am here to support and provide a full range of services for you and your whanau. I am looking forward to meeting you all and assisting with your health care needs
My name is Maree and I am a registered nurse. I am the nurse you see when you have high blood pressure, arthritis, asthma, heart disease or diabetes – any of the medical conditions that are controlled but not cured
My name is Acacia, as a Wairarapa local, I am pleased to join the CMC team of nurses. With a background in resthome care, I enjoy all aspects of general practice.
My name is Wendy. I have joined CMC as a new graduate nurse and I take a special interest in emergency triage and accidents.