Leaders in Care.

Radius Care

Proud to provide quality residential rest home aged care, hospital and specialist dementia and palliative care for elderly and disabled New Zealander’s. Radius Care is a New Zealand owned and operated company that specialises in delivering the very best levels of Rest Home and Private Hospital care for our elderly population and our young disabled who require special care.

Our Rest Homes

So when the time comes to choose a care facility for yourself or a loved one, call any one of our managers to talk about your circumstances or just drop in for a chat. They will be more than happy to answer any questions you have, and will show you around any one of our facilities.

Our Vision

Our vision for Radius is to deliver “good old fashioned Kiwi values and standards” back into the aged care sector and this is a commitment shared by our strong nationwide network of 20 facilities. Each of these facilities share a responsibility to provide the best levels of professional nursing care, which is delivered by our staff to over 1400 residents

Latest Posts

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Rest homes in Auckland...

If you’re searching for rest homes in Auckland, then you’ve found the best. Radius Care offer a series of h...

Brien Cree's Blog: Neglect – The biggest abuse issue for the elderly

Brien Cree's Blog: Neglect...

This month it was Elder Abuse Awareness Week, and the spotlight was put on how we treat our elderly as a commu...

Our Rest Homes in Whangarei

Our Rest Homes in...

Northland Radius Care have three beautiful rest homes in Whangarei. Take a look at our options, and please fe...

High quality rest homes in Auckland

High quality rest homes...

If you’re looking online for rest homes in Auckland then you’ve found Radius Care. For an elderly loved one to...

Our Locations

Retirement Villages

Radius Care currently operate a retirement village located at Radius Windsor Court...

Northland

Radius Care looks after four Rest Home and Private Hospital Care facilities...

Auckland

Taupaki Gables, Arran Court and Waipuna are all located in Auckland....

Waikato BOP

In the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions, Radius Care runs five...

Central

Radius Care manages two sites in New Plymouth, and one each in...

South Island

Radius Care operates four facilities in the South Island. Two in Christchurch,...

What people are saying...

I am a registered nurse living in Sydney, Australia for the past 30 odd years. I had a situation last month that I would like to express to you.
My mother Pauline Cullen was dying of bowel cancer and was transferred from Waikato Hospital to Waikato Hospice. I flew to NZ and stayed 3 nights at the hospice. They were awesome but they also told me I had 2 days to get a placement for my dying mother. My sister and I hit the road seen there is only 5 places in Hamilton to take Mums level of care. Maeroa Lodge was our last hope. Denise the manager had a bed and she was just awesome. Shifted Mum the next day and she died 7 days later on the 20th April. My mother is Fijian/Tongan as you are aware Polynesians if we can avoid it our don’t die alone.
I slept on a mattress beside Mum for the 7 days and did nearly all her nursing cares. It was my choice to do this care and your staff could not be more dedicated, caring and helpful whenever I needed them and it was such a warm and friendly environment. Also did not have the smell like other aged care facilities. Nothing was a problem. The caregivers was in and out of the room to me through out the day to make sure I was alright and needed anything. Every morning I woke up in my pyjamas and caregivers would always give me a good morning and ask if I need linen or whatever. The Registered Nurses were great also. Nothing was a problem. Even the kitchen staff as busy as they were bent over backwards for me when I appeared. Even down to the cleaners they were great.
Denise the manager you could not get a better person for the job. She was absolutely awesome to me and the family. I was in a smaller room to start with and Denise shifted Mum to a bigger room with a ensuite because more family was coming in when Mum was closer to death. Denise did little things for us and put herself out and made the family feeling complete through this emotional journey at Maeroa Lodge.
My sister Anne from Papamoa slept the night with us and she went to the kitchen so Mum could have some warm milk with her weetbix. As usual the kitchen staff stopped what they were doing and heated the milk for her. Anne came back to the room and told me we should not be disturbing the kitchen staff for little things like this. Anne donated a new microwave so the family members can help themselves. Denise was speechless when I asked her for approval. We also donated a beautiful false arrangement of lilies which were given to us at the funeral. Denise has put it in your foyer as you walk in.
As a Registered Nurse i could not speak more highly of your staff and the care they give to their patients. I would notice if the patients were not being given the care staying there 24/7 for 7 days. I would recommend Maeroa Lodge to anyone who is looking for a nursing home for their loved ones. I came back to Australia feeling complete within myself that my mother died in a nursing home that care about their patients with their loving care.
Thank you for providing an awesome aged care facility and dedicated and hard working staff.