Nau Mai, Haere Mai - Welcome to Hauora Hokianga

Covid-19 Pandemic Alert!

As we work together as a community to eliminate the spread of the Covid-19 virus, everyone is now required to stay at home. Other than essential workers, it is vitally important for everyone's wellbeing, particulalry for our older and more vulnerable members of our whanau and community, that we keep within the bubble of our own homes.

Hauora Hokianga as an essential service, will continue to provide support to our community over this lockdown period and beyond.

In order to do this effectively and at the same time to reduce the risk of virus transmissions from direct person to person contact, we will first assess your needs on the phone - this is called telephone triage. The assessment may be done immediately after you call for assistance, or if you have left a message, you will receive a return phone call from a member of our clincal team.

Please be assured that if you are asked to come into a clinic for any reason, that you will be safe, as our clinical team will closely be following the prescribed safety guidelines.

Kia kaha whanau, together we will get through this.

Annual Community Meetings 2019

Our annual community meetings are over for another year. Thank you to all those who attended to listen and share in the korero and discussions.

The Trust received invaluable feedback and ideas from the community along with congratulations for the achievements of the year.

The following Trustee nominations were approved.

Clinic AreaTrustee
BroadwoodBett Waipouri
PawarengaFrank Herbert
PanguruTania Paikea
KohukohuKelly Craig
MangamukaNgawai Tuson
Horekevacant seat - no nomination received
WaimamakuMarara Rogers-Koroheke
OmapereKatherine Clarke
Tahekeno vacancy
RaweneElizabeth Bowker

Further information about the Trusts' community elected governance »

Annual Report 2018/19

Our Annual Report for 2018/19 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, its 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 the beautiful interior of the new part of the hospital facility.

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
Maternity Services
Mental Health Services
Public Health and Health Promotion
Community Development

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 »

Keep Updated on Facebook

Visit our facebook page for the most up-to-date Covid-19 response information.

Covid 19 Information Website

For everything you need to know about Covid 19: self-isolaton, financial support, and how to keep safe, visit the official Covid19 website.

Registered Nurse Hokianga Hospital

A vacancy has opened up for an experienced registered nurse. This is a great opportunity for the right person to join our widely recognised integrated model of care.

Further Information »

Rural GP / Rural Hospital Doctor / Rural Generalist Opportunity

A vacancy is currently open for a rural General Practitioner / Rural Hospital 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 »

Recruitment Video

If you are considering a position at Hokianga Health, we have produced this video to give you a sense of the place and working environment. Acknowledgments to our radiographer, Kim Lewis for her work in making this.

Further Information »

News and Upcoming Events

If you would like to read more about our latest news and current activities, please check out our latest community newsletter, or visit our active facebook page.

Community Newsletter »

Business Plan 2019/20

At its monthly meeting in June, the Trust approved its Health and Business Plan for the new 2019/20 year that commenced on 1st July 2019. Download a pdf copy of the plan.

Business Plan 2019/20 »

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 »