Radius Kensington

Radius Kensington is light, airy facility that integrates rest home, hospital, dementia, young disabled, palliative and respite care. Single storeyed, with a family-friendly atmosphere, wide hallways open into lounges that provide a comfortable place for residents to enjoy. Our rooms are bright and spacious, and a number have their own ensuites with shower, some bedrooms open straight out to one of our five internal courtyards, which feature raised garden beds and sheltered places to sit and enjoy the outdoors. We Have 24-hour visiting ensures family and friends can spend as much time with loved ones as possible, and remain an integral part of their life. Our residents are treated as part of our family; it’s important to us that all residents feel at home at Radius Kensington, and feel safe, respected and valued.

We have a dedicated activities coordinator. Kensington was awarded accreditation for activities in MOH audit August 2018. All our residents thoroughly enjoy planned excursions such as picnics, fish ‘n chips on the beach, and outings in our facility van, we also have the opportunity to visit other Radius sites in Hamilton Glaisdale and St Joan’s and share activities to meet resident’s Social needs.


  •  GP service

  •  24 hour RN cover

  •  Preventive Care

  •  Hairdresser

  •  Physiotherapy

  •  Chaplaincy Services

  •  Podiatrist

  •  Regular Entertainment & Outings

  •  In house activities program

  •  Beauty Therapy/Manicures

  •  WiFi

Jane Morgan - Radius Kensington

Jane Morgan

Facility Manager

Experience in Aged Care: 8 years+

Jane began her enrolled nurse training in 1977 at Elgin School of Nursing in Scotland. After becoming a registered nurse at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen some time later, Jane worked for 25 years in a nurse-led, 90-bed hospital based in Elgin. In 2001, she moved to the Scottish town of Hamilton, where she spent 8 years as a charge nurse, before immigrating to Auckland in 2008.

Jane discovered her real passion when she became a Facility Manager in Auckland, Her strength is Clinical Leadership around supporting staff to meet residents care needs. In 2013, she relocated to Hamilton, New Zealand, and continues to dedicate herself to providing the best standard of care for residents, and support for their families. Her favourite pastimes are reading, sailing, gardening and walking.


135 Maeroa Road,

Hamilton, 3200