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23 September 2020
Kia Ora Koutou Katoa
The Northland Health Strategy project team have put together the summarised outputs from the Northland Health Strategy leadership workshop held at the end of July at Tohorā House. The outputs will guide the next steps in formulating and shaping the Northland Health Strategy. You will find the Leadership Hui Summary at this link.
Have we heard correctly? Please let us know if we have missed out anything significant or something you may have thought about since the hui.
Where to from here? We will update our website as we progress through the next steps.
Kupu Arataki Ka tīmata ai te Poari Hauora O Te Tai Tokerau ki te ahu whakamua hei rautaki hauora hōu mō Te Tai Tokerau. Hei whakarato he haerenga teitei mō te tuku whakaritenga hauora me te whakapai ake te oranga i roto i ō tātou rohe. Kia tino whakapūmautia te rautaki kia whakakorea ngā mahi ngoikore, kia uru atu ngā whānau katoa ki roto ngā ratonga hauora, hei whai oranga. Ko te urunga atu o ngā kaiawhita whānui, me te hauora mātauranga ki ngā take rite anō ki ngā whakaaro o te kāwanatanga e pā ana ki ngā mea tuatahi hauora me te hauātanga rautaki puta noa te motu. Ngā kuhunga mai ngā hui tata o te hapori, kia mau ngā whakaaro, kōrero me ngā papamahi o ngā kaiawhita e pā ana ki ngā mea tuatahi o te hauora o Te Tai Tokerau Ko te rautaki, kia uru atu ngā rōpū hauora katoa, ngā tari kāwanatanga me ngā kaunihera a rohe.
Background Northland DHB is developing a new health strategy for Te Tai Tokerau. It will provide high-level direction for delivering health services and improving wellbeing in our district. The strategy will strongly emphasise the elimination of inequities in access to services, the way they are provided, and in health outcomes. The process includes broad community and organisational engagement, combined with health intelligence and alignment with Government priorities and national health and disability strategies. Input from recent community engagements, online feedback and planned engagement workshops will capture what we all want to say about health priorities for Te Tai Tokerau. The development of the strategy will be inclusive of all health services, government agencies and local councils.
20 July 2020
Between November 2019 and February 2020 feedback on health services in Te Tai Tokerau was provided through community hui, clinical workshops and online. This feedback has been summarised into an Insights document.
This document is still a work in progress firstly for you to read and secondly as a means to identify any gaps and ensure we have heard correctly. Should you wish to provide further feedback after reading the document, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Initial community engagement feedback captured from communities and health workforce across Te Tai Tokerau November 2019 – February 2020.
Click below to read document.