Awards gala dinner and festivities

Cordis, Auckland 

(83 Symonds Street, Auckland)

15 May 2021, from 6pm  

Black tie, three-course dinner and dancing 

Emcee Jase Te Patu

Live band - Tongue & Groove

The 2021 New Zealand Primary Healthcare Awards | He Tohu Mauri Ora awards night will be a glittering black-tie event at the Cordis Hotel on 15 May 2021. 

Time: Doors will open at 6pm, however we ask that finalists and judges arrive at 5.30pm to allow time for photos before the event. The three-course meal and ceremony are due to end at 10.15pm. The dance floor will then open until late. 

Attire:  The gala is a black-tie event, so think ball gowns and tuxedos... however, we want you to be comfortable, so if you would prefer to be in a cocktail dress or suit, we are sure you will look like a star. To get some inspiration see our gallery from the 2020 awards.

 

Health & safety: We ask that all guests drink responsibly and take appropriate transport at the end of the event. Intoxicated persons will be asked to leave.  

Transport: We recommend organising transport to the venue if you are not staying at the Cordis. There are several parking buildings nearby on Symonds street. 

Photos: Remember to share your photos on your preferred social media platform with #PrimaryStarsNZ.

  

The event will celebrate and showcase the best of the best across primary healthcare. 

Enjoy a night out with great entertainment and gourmet three-course dinner. Find out which teams and individuals have won the prestigious NZ Primary Healthcare Awards and mingle with some of New Zealand’s leading healthcare professionals and representatives from government, non-government, and private industry. 

It’ll be a real who’s who of NZ primary healthcare, and you don’t want to miss out!

2020 really limited our social and networking opportunities – so this will be a great two-in-one evening! 

For any further information or queries please check our FAQs page or contact: gcobb@thehealthmedia.co.nz

Our Emcee for the night – Jase Te Patu

Jase Te Patu is a popular TED talk speaker and an award-winning wellbeing advocate with over 30 years’ experience in the health and wellness sector.

Jase is the co-owner of Awhi Yoga and Wellbeing and the Founder of M3 Mindfulness for children. Jase facilitates, leads, and inspires many with his simple mindfulness-based techniques that have helped the likes of Hollywood director James Cameron, the All Blacks, the Silver Ferns, The Green Party of Aotearoa - and many more corporate clients.

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His work at M3 encompasses mindfulness, movement, and Maori stories in a series of videos and live sessions taught to over 10,000 Primary school and Early Childhood aged children throughout New Zealand.


Jase draws upon his 30 years of working in the wellbeing industry, where he has learnt the real value of teaching these skills, particularly to our teachers and children.

As a speaker, Jase delivers a heartfelt, powerful, yet humorous story interlinked with his expertise to guide your audience through importance of health and well-being.


As an MC, Jase’s varied skill set makes him the perfect host for any event in the education and health sectors.

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