Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa (Te ORA)

Māori Medical Practitioners Association

Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa – Māori Medical Practitioners Association (Te ORA) is a professional body representing Māori medical students and doctors working as clinicians, researchers and teachers.  With approximately 340 active members,
Te ORA represents the majority of the Māori medical workforce.

Te ORA’s vision is to provide Māori medical leadership to the health sector to effect Māori health development.

Te ORA has a governing board elected by its membership and an office based in Te Whanganui ā Tara (Wellington).   read more >>

 

In 2016, Te ORA, in association with PHARMAC, launched two new annual Medical Student Awards - click here for more information

View the history
& whakapapa
of Te ORA
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2016-2017
Te ORA events

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Te ORA Hui-ā-Tau 2016

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Te Akoranga a Māui PRIDoC Bursary

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TE PARUHI A NGĀ TĀKUTA
A book which tells the inspiring stories of 27 Māori doctors and medical students. If you would like to purchase the book, the cost is $40.00 each (incl. GST)
REGISTER TO BECOME A MEMBER OF TE ORA
Te ORA aims to advance Māori health by increasing the Maori medical workforce and providing a supportive network for our members.
BECOME A MĀORI MEDICAL SPECIALIST
Māori health specialists play a vital role in improving health services and outcomes for whānau. That’s why Aotearoa needs more of them.

Te ORA's Featured News

To view Te Kaea interview with Dr Jade Tamatea, University of Auckland, Dr Kali Haywood,...
To view the Te Kaea Interview with Dr David Tipene-Leech on Wahakura please click here>>
To view the Te Kaea  interview with Dr Kalamaokaaina Niheu (Hawai’i) and Dr Camara Jones, President...
To view the interview with Hon Dame Tariana Turia and Dr Rawiri Jansen with Te Karere please click...