About Us

Experion Care is a specialist health and aged care provider for elderly and disabled New Zealanders. We are a New Zealand owned and operated company that is committed to providing quality rest home and private hospital care for people who require help in their daily lives.

First and foremost, we hold ourselves accountable to our residents, and strive to meet one overarching objective: to provide the best possible care to our residents. This means that every decision we make is in the best interests of our residents, and in increasing the quality of our care.

Our business model, management, and ownership are geared towards fulfilling our promise to you – of delivering best possible care. Our entire business is poised and ready to invest where needed, and provides training and supporting foundations to making our promise a reality every day for our residents.Choose one of our homes to discover the difference our promise will make in your life.

Please click into the links below to find out more about what we stand for as an organization, and how our organization is geared towards providing great care.


 

Our Commitment

We promise to provide you with great care. We will achieve this by providing you with:

Amazing Staff:Our staff is well trained – many have higher NZQA qualifications (L3 and above)and are passionate about providing care to our elderly..

 

Our People

Our people are our most valuable asset. From our nurses and caregivers to our cooks and gardeners, everyone is passionate about caring for the elderly and ensuring that we provide a supportive home environment for your loved one. Our people come from culturally diverse.

 

Our Business

Experion Care currently owns two specialized Residential Care facilities in the North Island, and striving to add more suitable rest homes/dementia facilities/hospital facilities to the group. We believe that for a business to own approximately ten homes is an optimal size,

 

NZ Owned

We are a New Zealand owned and operated business, focused on increasing wellbeing of New Zealand elderly.As per Grant Thornton report commissioned by NZ government, by 2026, between 12,000 and 20,000 extra residents will require aged residential care. In the 20 years