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Welcome to Mahara Health

We're an independent medical centre in the heart of Waikanae town centre. Our small friendly medical practice provides a range of services from a caring and experienced team.
Call us on 04 908 1000
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Phone: 04 908 1000

Fax: 04 293 7723

Contact us

Mahara House,

3 Ngaio Road,


New Zealand

Our Location

Open Monday–Friday – 8am–5:30pm

Weekends & Public Holidays: Closed

Location & Hours

After Hours

After-hours assistance:     Ph: 04 908 1000

Your call will be triaged by a nurse who will assess and advise of
what to do:

       Kenepuru Accident & Medical Clinic, Porirua 04 918 2300


  • OPTION 3:

       Wellington Hospital ED, Riddiford Street, Newtown 04 385 5999

  • OPTION 3:
    Palmerston North A&E or City Doctors  
    06 355 3300,
    22 Victoria Street Palmerston North

Please only present at Team Medical if you are directed by our afterhours service, you have a child that is under 14yrs, or you have had an accident and require urgent treatment

In an EMERGENCY dial 111


Meet The Team

Meet the team
Dr Roger Jubert Rosich

Dr Roger
Jubert Rosich

Dr Roger Jubert Rosich graduated from the University of Barcelona in 1998 and completed his vocational training for Family and Community Medicine in Spain in 2004. He received a Postgraduate Diploma in Practical Dermatology from Cardiff University in 2008.

From 2001 until 2005 he worked in the Emergency Department at Josep Trueta Hospital in Girona, Spain and in several rural practices in north Girona.

On moving to the UK in 2005 Roger worked in several Practices in Yorkshire County, including out of hours, Asylum Seekers, and HM Prison Doncaster. 

In 2009 Roger arrived in New Zealand and started working as a locum before settling down on the Kapiti Coast.

He is a keen windsurfer and sailor and is married with 2 multilingual little boys.

Roger has a special interest in Diabetes, Skin Disorders and Minor Surgery.


Dr Anne Solomon

Anne studied philosophy at Cambridge University and then violin at The Guildhall School of Music. She was a professional violinist for ten years before retraining as a doctor at University College London.


As a GP she spent a wonderful year in Kapiti in 2009 and was determined to return one day. After a further ten years in London general practice, she made it back here with her family at the height of covid against all the odds!


She is a busy mum of three teenagers and enjoys music, reading, writing and the great outdoors.


Dr Tahra Reynolds

Dr Tahra Reynolds graduated from Birmingham University in 1995. She gained a wealth of experience in the UK working in a variety of hospital specialties for a few years before coming a General Practitioner in 2001. Having worked both in urban inner city practices and semi rural areas she has enjoyed the diversity of General Practice.

An interest in travel and outdoors led Tahra, her husband, and daughter to NZ in 2007. They have lived on the beautiful Kapiti Coast since 2007, becoming a family of four in 2010.

She has spent the past 14 years as a GP mostly working in Kapiti enjoying being part of the community. I really enjoy getting to know my patients and helping to guide them through their health journeys.

I enjoy all aspects of general Practice but have particular interests in women's health, family planning, general medicine and care of the elderly.

At weekends Tahra enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, walking, biking, skiing and exploring the great NZ outdoors.


Amanda Turkington
Nurse Practitioner

Bio to follow



Bio to follow

Michelle Ingham

Michelle Ingham
Operations Manager

I have been working in the health industry for the past 20 years. My role has been as a Practice Manager previously in the Horowhenua region and now to the Kapiti Coast. I still live in the Horowhenua with my husband, John, and our dogs.  I have two wonderful children and one grandchild.

My job is to make sure that the practice runs smoothly,  this includes Health & Safety, repairs, rosters, etc  and looking after our small but awesome team that provides such great care to patients of Mahara Health


Prue Woodard

Prue registered as a nurse in the late 1970s. After training as a midwife and serving in the Army, she married and had three sons.
Prue has been a Practice Nurse for many years in a variety of settings and is now enjoying being at Mahara Health.


Amber Ramoo

Bio to follow


Natasha Pearson
Head Administrator

Bio to follow


Nicola McGuigan
Practice Manager


I have enjoyed working in customer service roles all of my working life.  For the past 7 years in the Health Industry as a Medical Receptionist. Having previously lived in Lower Hutt my husband, and I decided to make the move to the Kapiti Coast two years ago, along with our three young daughters. I enjoy the variety my role in the practice offers, and look forward to greeting, and being able to assist all of our patients.


Jill Delich

Our Receptionist Jill’s working life has been shared between a long career nursing in both public and private practice, together with a passion for food and hospitality as a previous café owner. After 30 years living and working in Wellington city, she is delighted to now be residing at Waikanae Beach with her husband Jamie. When away from Mahara Health, Jill spends time with her two grown-up daughters and grandchildren or pursuing her interests in harakeke (flax) weaving, walking and food.


Bridget Lintott
Healthcare / Clinical Assistant

Originally from NZ, I moved back from Australia, where I had lived for 31 years, with my family.

I have been working in the health sector for the past 15 years and enjoy the variety this gives me.

In my spare time and weekends, I enjoy spending time with my family.

My interest is in dog shows, horses, gardening, camping, cooking and cake decorating.


Gemma Black

Bio to follow


Elaine Denton

Bio to follow

Enrolment & Fees

To register call us on 04 908 1000, download the enrolment or call in person at Mahara House with one form of ID.

Our charges as of July 2024:

Medical & ACC Consultations with Doctor

Under 14.......................Free

14-17 (with CSC).......... $13

14-17............................. $50

18 & over (with CSC)....$19.50

18-24 .............................$58

25-44 .............................$65

45-64 ...........................  $70

Over 65 ........................ $65

Casual Patient add.......$35

Please note: Whether a clinical session is
via phone, video or face to face there is still
a consultation charge for the patient.
Enrolment and Fees
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