Nau Mai, Haere Mai - Welcome to Hauora Hokianga
Community Health Nurse
We have a vacant permanent position for a Community Health Nurse.Further Information »
Rural GP / Rural Hospital Doctor / Rural Generalist Opportunity
A vacancy is currently open for a rural General Practitioner / Rural Hosital doctor to be appointed in a permanent role. This is exciting opportunity to join our dynamic and integrated primary health care / rural hospital team.Further Information »
Annual Community Meetings 2017
Our 2017 community meetings have now concluded with a total of 84 people attending the 10 meetings. While we always hope for more attendees, we thank those that did take the time to participate, and acknowledge that the time of day of our meetings are not always convenient and that this year the meetings were held during school holidays. It is important to the Trust that the community has had an opportunity to hear how their health service has performed during the year and had an opportunity to ask questions and give feedback to the Chairman and CEO.
The Trust acknowledges and thanks the two retiring trustees for their service to the Trust and to their communities; Ron Dixon (Taheke), and Charlie Nathan (Rawene) and welcomes new trustees Betty Harris (Managamuka), Liz Warr (Pawarenga), Harley Barlow (Waimamaku), and Lis Bowker (Rawene).
The Trust also acknolwedges and thanks the re-confirmed sitting members Bett Waipouri (Broadwood), Frank Herbert (Pawarenga), Tania Paikea (Panguru), Kelly Wallace (Kohukohu), Francis Howard (Horeke), and Carla Robinson (Omapere).
Annual Report 2016/17
Our Annual Report for 2016/17 is now ready and available for downloading to interested individuals and groups, researchers, funders and stakeholders. The report provides a comprehensive introduction to the Trust, it's objectives and operations, as well as the detailed outcomes and performance for the year.
The report this year features on the cover a photograph of Rawene based reception staff with Dr Sean Rodriguez on his last day with Hokianga Health.
Doctors Steve Main and Kati Blattner Awarded 2017 Dennis Pickup Award
Two of our doctors, Steve Main and Kati Blattner have been awarded the prestigious Dennis Pickup Clinical Educator Award from the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, Auckland University. This award recognises their commitment and dedication over ten years to medical education of undergraduate students from Auckland University.
They will be presented the award at the University on Wednesday 24th July.
Business Plan 2017/18
At its monthly meeting in June, the Trust approved its Health and Business Plan for the new 2017/18 year that commenced on 1st July 2017. Download a pdf copy of the plan.Business Plan 2017/18 »
Hokianga Health Enterprise Trust
is a community organisation, owned and governed by the people of Hokianga, that provides a comprehensive range of health services to enrolled people who reside within and around the Hokianga area of Northland, New Zealand.
If you wish to enrol with us, please enquire at one of our health clinics or download and return our form below.Enrolment Form » About Us »
Hauora Hokianga Services
The Hokianga model of healthcare has its foundation in what was known as the Hokianga Special Medical Area (1941-1993) which was developed under the visionary leadership of the legendary Dr George McCall Smith.
Comprehensive healthcare services are provided at Rawene Hospital / Accident and Emergency services and ten community clinics located throughout the remote regions of Hokianga by an integrated multi-disciplinary team of health practitioners and support staff.
Rawene (or Hokianga) Hospital is one of Northland's Public Hospital services funded by and provided in conjunction with Northland District Health Board.
Generalist community health nurses cover the full range of nursing services in close association with general practitioners who also cover the medical management of the Hokianga / Rawene Hospital under the Rural Hospital Medicine scope of practice.
Enhanced primary care and disability support services are woven together to create a seamless and efficient model where the needs of patients, whanau, and community are at the centre of care and where barriers to access, such as cost and distance are minimised.
All of the services, including general practice clinics, are provided at no cost at the point of care for enrolled patients.
Hauora Hokianga offers the following broad categories of service:
|Public Hospital Services|
|Primary Care Services|
|Disability Support Services|
|Mental Health Services|
|Public Health and Health Promotion|
Primary health care services are provided in association with Te Tai Tokerau PHO and the hospital, community, maternity, disability support, public health, mental health and oral health services in association with Northland District Health Board (DHB).Te Tai Tokerau PHO » Northland DHB »
Driver License Courses
|Frequency:||Usually held every second month|
|Where:||Hauora Hokianga (Rawene Hospital)|
|When:||9.30am - 2.30pm|
|What:||Three day programme; two days of study, the third travel to AA Licensing Kaikohe to sit test|
|Cost:||Course free. The test at AA costs $93.90|
|Bring:||Passport - not more than two years expired OR original Birth Cert, photo ID and letter verifying address|
|Contact:||Hayley Paul (09)405-7345 (021)457738|
SADD Students Video
Te Kura Taumata o Panguru SADD Students released the first of 5 videos aimed at raising awareness about the effects of dangerous driving to whanau.
Te Kura Taumata o Panguru SADD Students have now released their second - taraiwa mōrearea ka mate, tiakina to whakapapa.
Te Kura Taumata o Manganuiowae SADD Students have also released their first video in the series.
This work is part of our Hauora Hokianga CAYAD (Community Action Youth Alcohol and Drugs) project.