An enrolment drive for Auckland’s new migrant communities

The following information and links may be useful to help you manage your health and the health of your family.

 

Check your eligibility

www.health.govt.nz/eligibility(external link)

Check your eligibility and entitlement for publically funded healthcare.

 

Healthpoint

To find your nearest family doctor, pharmacy or Accident & Medical Clinic (Urgent Care Clinic) visit
www.healthpoint.co.nz (external link)

 

Health Navigator

Find reliable, trust worthy New Zealand-focused health information from A-Z. 
www.healthnavigator.org.nz(external link)

 

eCALD

Provides CALD cultural competence training and information for the New Zealand health workforce. eCALD® services have developed e-learning and face-to-face courses as well as online, print and HTML cross-cultural resources. For more information visit:
www.ecald.com(external link)


The NZ Health System

General information on the NZ Health System, where you should go to get health care. Includes factsheets and flyers in multiple langauges.

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Free Advice

Get health advice from a registered nurse, or discuss wider issues with Citizens Advice of the Health & Disability Comission.

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Finding a...

How to find a midwife, dentist, physiotherapist or optometrist.

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English Videos

Video overviews on the NZ Health System in English.

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Chinese Videos

Video overviews on the NZ Health System in Mandarin.

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Hindi Videos

Video overviews on the NZ Health System in Hindi.

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Other Videos

Videos on navigating the NZ Disability System, and safety in the city.

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Health services

Services for children, women, elderly, mental health, wellness, sexual health.

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Helplines

Phone numbers you can call to get help in times of need.

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District Health Boards

District Health Boards (DHBs) in the Auckland region. DHBs are responsible for providing, or funding the provision of, health and disability services in their district.

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Primary Health Organisations

Most GPs in New Zealand belong to a Primary Health Organisation (PHO). PHOs aim to deliver primary healthcare services to the people in its community at an affordable cost.

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