I love taking the time to understand a client, to assess and analyse. It is very fulfilling refining an intricate detail a person sees as holding them back from being the person they want to be. I find this job nurtures the concept of self-love. This is wellness.
Esme completed a Bachelor of Health Science in Nursing in 2008 and worked at North Shore hospital in the recovery and surgical unit as well as in rural practice nursing in the Coromandel. She extended her studies to become a Nurse Practitioner, which means she’s able to legally prescribe, request diagnostic studies, and independently manage patient care. Working at TFP 3 days a week, Esme commutes from Whangamata, where she lives with her partner and two young children.
We also suggest parking on Northcroft Street or Anzac Street using AT Pay & Display.
Anzac Street Carpark offers Pay & Display parking as well as monthly parking leases with casual parking from $1.
First 2 hours – $1 per hour
Hours thereafter – $2 per hour
Monday – Saturday 6pm – 8am No Charge
Sunday and Public Holidays- No Charge
Motorcycle and Mobility parking P180 – No Charge
The Central Valet drop-off point is located on the corner of Gore and Tyler Streets, opposite Takutai Square. Drive in via the entrance on Gore Street, where you’ll be greeted by a friendly valet concierge. Just leave your engine running, take your ticket and off you go. Cars dropped here will be valet parked for you at Britomart Car Park. You can retrieve your car at any time by taking your valet ticket to Britomart Car Park Reception on the corner of Britomart Place and Scene Lane.
Valet parking is $20* for two hours (includes parking charges) $5 each additional half-hour to a daily maximum of $45 (to midnight). You just drop off your car and pick up a ticket, without the hassle of finding a parking space. It is available from 10am-8pm.