Child and Youth

Health projects, plans and helpful resources

Health Promotion

Working collaboratively with the community to improve and promote health

Māori Health

Services for Māori whanau, Outreach Nursing and helpful resources


Outreach, Diabetes, School and Immunisation nurses

Pacific Health

Services for Pacific Peoples, Outreach Nursing and helpful resources


Service for the treatment and prevention of high-risk foot problems, including diabetes support

Population Health

Tumai Hauora ki Porirua Alliance

Through an interagency collaboration we can improve the health of the Porirua community

Sexual Health Medicine

Information about regional Sexual Health Services

Self-Management Courses

Greater Wellington & Wairarapa

Community Dietitian Service

Healthy Lifestyles

Community health programmes around the region

Maternity Services

Information about finding a midwife and antenatal classes

Mental Health

Information about our services and helpful resources

Shared Care Record

What is a Shared Care Record?


Podiatry is one of the clinical services delivered from within Compass Health. The service aims to develop and provide a patient centred integrated model of care for the prevention and treatment of at risk/high risk foot problems in community and hospital settings. This service also supports the diabetes treatment plan agreed by the patient and their primary/secondary provider.

The podiatry service should:

  • provide quality podiatry services based on established professional standards and codes of practice
  • ensure podiatry services for people in the district are comprehensive, appropriate and accessible
  • reduce the incidence of unplanned hospital admissions and/or amputations for diabetes related complications
  • improve the lower limb status of all people with diabetes with particular emphasis on Māori and Pacific Island people
  • develop the self-management capability of people with diabetes by promoting independence with foot care; and
  • enable a comprehensive understanding of the epidemiology and extent of foot disease in the district.