Silia has been selected as our Employee of the Month for September because of the compliments she has received from her customers. One in particular states “Silia takes extra care with mum, she always makes mum smile. Mum just loves her” Ruta Galo
“When I was younger I was a patient with Meningitis, the hospital I stayed in had no lights, therefore, the nurse would always walk around with a torch to check on patients. To me, this was moving in showing how much care and dedication nurses showed to take care of people.” Clinical Coordinator Lesieli Polutele […]
Pacific Homecare has given me the opportunity to move forward. Pacific Homecare has also given me the ability to love and care for our people as if they are my own parents.
My day starts with a coffee to be able to do a lot of decision making independently to ensure services are provided efficiently to accommodate customers in the community with the most professional, trained worker. No two days are the same My grandparents are my inspiration in life! They remind me to never forget where […]
“From a young age I always had a sense of compassion towards the elderly. I was always drawn towards helping and supporting them in any possible way I could. Working at Pacific Homecare helps me follow my passion in many ways. Even though I had the option to work elsewhere, I would still prefer Pacific […]
“Sharna has always gone above and beyond for her customers. She is an advocate for Health & Safety out on the field. Her passion for the work she does and it shows in her performance every time”. says her Coordinators Sharna Tatana, our Employee of the Month for April shares a little about herself
Interviewing our employees of the month is always so refreshing. Getting a little bit of insight into the people that makes delivering service to our community possible. This month we get a snippet of the life of a very passionate, Hapa Ofanoa and understand why he loves the work he does.
After teaching Business Studies at High School level in Samoa, Faanuu moved with her family to New Zealand. Bringing with her the wealth of knowledge, skills and maturity needed to be great. “Faanuu has come a long way. She has become someone we can rely on and has made herself available for us when we […]
At her core Asa has always enjoyed working with children. As a young girl in Labasa town in the Fiji Islands she would spend her spare time babysitting all her cousins. This nurturing personality has carried through to her work.
Born and raised in Tonga, Anau moved to NZ in March, 2014. She began work as a Support Worker for Pacific Homecare in 2016 and has been recognised this month for her exceptional work and commitment to the job.