Kaitaia branch

We are not currently taking any enrolments at the moment, our Kaitaia books are closed.

To ensure patient and staff safety during covid we have red and green zones at each clinic.  If you have been booked in the RED zone you must stay in your vehicle and phone when you arrive.  A clinician will come to your vehicle.  To be seen in the redzone at Kaitaia please park as close as you can to the entrance and when you call please state where you are and what vehicle you are in.

Our Kaitaia clinic serves more than 2800 patients and is co-located in Kaitaia Hospital.

Our Kaitaia team are dedicated to working alongside whanau and enjoy providing a supportive and caring environment where their health needs are important.

Nau te rourou, naku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi
Working together we can prosper

Clinic Hours: 8.30am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday

Clinic Hours: 8.30am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday

29 Redan Road , Kaitaia, 0441

PO Box 634, Kaitaia, 0441​


Telephone: 09-4089268

Fax:          09-4089249

Kaitaia Doctors
Dr. Kathryn Rollo

Of Ngati Kahu, Ngapuhi and Te Rarawa descent Kath returned home to the Far North in 2012 and has been with Broadway Health since 2013.  Currently based at our Kaitaia clinic, Kath recognises the challenge of rural general practice and has special interests in Skin cancer/minor surgery and Adolescent/Youth health.

Dr. Shane Cross

Married with four adult children.

I have an interest in the management of patients with Chronic Illness in particular Asthma and within the practice with others led the development of the Star Program a chronic management disease program using the full practice team and engaging other health professionals outside the practice both in the Primary and Secondary services. 

Dr. Joshua Van Leeuwen
(MSc Medicine, Msc Healthcare Management)

I became a doctor in 2003 in the Netherlands, and worked as an Army medical officer for nearly 10 years. I went on a mission to Afghanistan in 2007 and started my GP-training in 2011 through the Army. After leaving the Army in 2013 worked a period as a locum in the Netherlands. In May 2014 came for a 2 year “adventure” to Northland but after 2 months decided to stay indefinite. No regrets since and still loving the work and life here in Northland with my wife Monique and our 2 children Geoffrey and Gwendolyn.