Other Support Services

Support Workers

Fiona Findlay

Fiona is a born and bred Wellingtonian, who apart from a few years travelling overseas, has never left!  She has a background in psychology, obtaining a B.A. Psych at Victoria University of Wellington in 1995 and then going on to work in wellbeing support where she gained her Certificate in Health and Wellbeing at Whitireia Polytechnic in 2005.

Fiona is passionate about waiora (wellness)  from a wholistic perspective.  She is married with two teenage sons and loves spending time with her family and cat, doing jigsaw puzzles and going on bush walks.

Health Improvement Practitioner

Georgia Harrison

Georgia has completed a Bachelor’s in Occupational Therapy, a Post Graduate Certificate in Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Philosophy, a Diploma in Life Coaching and is a qualified Yoga Teacher. These skills blend nicely to infuse and support her work as a Health Improvement Practitioner (HIP) here in the clinic. The HIP role provides an in-house support person that any patient of any age can access for free. The HIP can work with you to create an action plan to move towards the things that bring you meaning, purpose and satisfaction with life. Georgia has recently moved here from Dunedin and is excited by all that is happening in her Newtown/Wellington community. In her free time Georgia enjoys socializing, playing music and dancing. 


Jen Clark

Jen is employed by Tu Ora Compass Health. Jen works out of Newtown Medical Centre once a week.

Pacific Navigator

Lani Willis

Lani is employed by Tu Ora and works 2 days a week at Newtown Medical Centre.


Paul Craig

Paul Craig works out of Newtown Medical Centre fortnightly on a Wednesday. To make an appointment please call reception on 04 389 9955.

Blair (Diabetic Podiatrist)

Blair is employed by Tu Ora and works at Newtown Medical Centre once a week on a Friday. Appointments to see Blair are made through Tu Ora. For more information on how to get an appointment please call Compass Health on 04-801 7808.