Radius Potter rest home in Whangarei is situated in the heart of Whangarei city in beautiful park like surroundings.
A beautifully restored villa, Radius Potter Home provides rest home and private hospital care with palliative, respite and young disabled care while also offering a social and stimulating home with great food, activities and staff.
Our experienced friendly staff have been trained to provide expert care for a range of young and older residents. Physiotherapists, podiatry specialists, hairdressers and other professionals are regular visitors to Radius Potter Home.
A dedicated Radius Activities Co-ordinator works with residents to ensure stimulating hobbies and personal interests are maintained and fulfilled. Regular outings, shopping trips and excursions are designed to keep life busy and interesting.
Radius Potter Home received a 4-year certification at their last audit by the Ministry of Health. This included the first C.I. (Continuous Improvement) ever given by the Ministry to a rest home in New Zealand for Potter Home’s outstanding service to its residents.
- GP service
- 24 hour RN cover
- Preventive Care
- Chaplaincy Services
- Regular Entertainment & Outings
- In house activities program
- Beauty Therapy/Manicures
Rest Home Care
Our rest homes cater to those who are mostly independent but may require some assistance with personal care and general day-to-day activities.
Hospital level care is provided for those residents who have a significant disability and medical concerns.
Short-term stays, or respite care services, are available to those who are unwell (eg, recovering from an illness or hospital stay) or who simply are in need of extra support.
For those nearing the end of their lives, specialist medical services and clinical staff are available to meet ongoing comfort and care requirements.
Young Disabled Care
Young Physically Disabled (YPD) care is available in certain locations, for those under 65 who require assistance with self-care, mobility and/or communication.
As Facility Manager, I am passionate about providing a place of rest, enjoyment, and purpose for the residents at Potter Home. A proud ‘Irish’Kiwi’, I live in Ruakaka with my wife, and we have three (mostly) wonderful children.
I began my career in healthcare at 18 years old as a psychiatric nurse. Since then, I have moved into the management side, with experience in many different roles with private, community and government organisations
Here at Potter Home, myself and the team have a clear purpose. We work hard together to provide the best possible care for every one of our residents. I enjoy personally connecting with the residents and making sure they are happy with the standard of work and care we maintain
Outside work, I enjoy the occasional game of bowls, and regularly walk and swim at Ruakaka beach.