Māori Health Index

WAIROA

Kahungunu Executive

Kaupapa

  • Mobile nursing
  • Mobile clinic
  • Te Ara Waiora Clinic
  • Tamariki Ora
  • Hao te Rangatahi
  • Social Services
  • Hinengaro Services

Website: https://www.kahu-exec.co.nz/our-services


Hauora Maioha

Kaupapa

  • Karakia
  • Mirimiri
  • Support and advocacy services

Contact: Work on a referral from GP or Māori Health provider out of Wairoa Hospital


Wairoa Taiwhenua

Kaupapa

  • Wairoa Foodbank
  • Whakapapa Research Enquiries
  • Alternative Education
  • Whānau Engagement

Contact: (06) 838 4748


Queen St Medical Centre
Low Cost Practice

Kaupapa

  • GP Services
  • Nursing Services
  • Immunisations
  • Disability Services
  • COVID-19 support

Contact: (06) 838 8333

Manaaki House

Kaupapa

  • Counselling Services

Contact: 063837390


Te Whare Maire

Kaupapa

  • Social Services
  • Welfare Support

Address: Cnr Locke and Queen Streets, Wairoa 4108


Waiora Meals on Wheels

Kaupapa

Supplies lunches to households and elderly people seven days a week.

Contact: 06 838 7099 (ext 4842 – Nikky Turipa)


Health Care Centre Ltd
Low Cost Practice

Kaupapa

  • Community & Rehabilitation
  • Nursing Services
  • Disability Services
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Social Services

Contact: 0800 002 722


Wairoa Health
Low Cost Practice

Kaupapa

  • Emergency Dept, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Maternity services
  • Specialist outpatient clinics — Cardiology, Renal, Neurology, Dermatology, Orthopaedics, Vascular, Gynae/obstet, Colposcopy, Urology, Ear Nose & Throat, Orthoptics.
  • Laboratory/testing services
  • Radiology (x-ray) services
  • Mental health and addiction services
  • Community and district nursing services

Contact: 06 838 7099

AHURIRI / NAPIER

BACKYARD MOTIV8TION

Kaupapa

  • Fitness

Address: Maraenui Centre

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/465644538414886/


Te Taiwhenua o Te Whanganui ā Orotu

Kaupapa

  • Wāhine Ora
  • Jobs for Nature
  • Rangatahi support

Contact: admin@taiwhenua.com
Website: https://www.taiwhenua.com/


Te Kupenga Hauora

Kaupapa

  • Nursing
  • Free Health Checks
  • Emergency Housing
  • Family Start
  • Stop Smoking
  • Whānau Ora
  • Youth Services
  • Suicide Prevention

Contact: 06 835 1840


Youth LIFT

Kaupapa

  • Employment Support
  • Drivers License Support
  • Employment Placements

Website: https://pursuitnz.com/about.html


Maraenui Medical Centre
Low Cost Practices

Kaupapa

  • GP Services
  • Nursing Services
  • Allied Health
  • Pharmacy onsite

Contact: (06) 843 8010
Website: https://www.maraenuimedicalcentre.com/

Chloe Katene

Kaupapa

  • Fitness Coach (BSES)
  • Hapū/birth support

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chloe.katene


Awhina Whānau Services

Kaupapa

  • Individual, Tamariki & Whānau Counselling
  • Healthy relationships & Non-violence programmes
  • Trauma & abuse support
  • Tamariki & Rangatahi programmes

Contact: 0800 1 WHĀNAU (0800 194 2628)
Website: https://awhinawhanauservices.org


Springhill Services

Kaupapa

Provides a structured eight-week residential environment for motivated adults committed to overcoming addiction. Referrals to the centre must be made by a Drug and Alcohol Counsellor.

Contact: 06 873 4896


Roopu a Iwi Trust

Kaupapa

  • Caregiver support for whānau
  • Welfare Packs
  • COVID-19 Support
  • Social Services
  • Oranga Rangatahi
  • Paiheretia Te Muka Tangata
  • Pakeke Raising Mokopuna
  • Whānau Care Services
  • Rongoā Services
  • Strengthening Families

Contact: 06 843 1590

HASTINGS

AIO Healing
Dr Charlotte Mildon

Kaupapa

  • Mirimiri
  • Rongoā
  • Te Oomai Reia Romiromi
  • Nutrition
  • PT

Contact: 027 557 5002


Māwhiti Ora

Kaupapa

  • Provide safe/confidential space for whitiwhiti kōrero
  • Mirimiri
  • Knowledge of kai pai (high-vibration food)
  • Wairākau (plant-based tonics)
  • Whatu kakahū (traditional weaving techniques)

Website: https://mawhitiora.weebly.com/


One Voice Community Services Trust

Kaupapa

  • Support workers – physical, mental emotional, disability
  • Domestic violence and sexual abuse support
  • Suicide prevention
  • Safe housing

Website: https://www.onevoicecommunityservicestrust.com/


Rush Fit

Kaupapa

  • Personal trainer
  • Community sport

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/13Hirables


Xtreme Hip Hop With The Henryz

Kaupapa

  • Hip Hop dance classes
  • Free step classes for whānau
  • Personal training

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/600371075465199/


Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga

Kaupapa

  • Practice Plus Virtual Consult
  • GP Services
  • Nursing Services
  • Pharmacy Services
  • Immunisations
  • Free Health Coaching
  • Respiratory Clinic
  • Sexual Health
  • Quit-smoking support
  • Mental Wellbeing
  • Counselling
  • Travel vaccines
  • Heart-health assessments
  • Cervical checks
  • Contraception
  • Diabetes care

Contact: 0800 TAIWHENUA


Ikaroa Rangatahi Social Services

Kaupapa

  • Abuse and violence support
  • Counselling and therapy
  • Social work
  • Youth Support (Alternative Action)
  • Pou Amo
  • Residential Care
  • Supported Flexi-Bail
  • Tiaki Tangata – Reintegration service
  • Support with alcohol and drug dependency
  • Pregnancy and parenting
  • LGBTQIA+ friendly

Contact: (06) 879 9495. Walk-in’s available during business hours


Kaimiri Healing

Kaupapa

  • Mirimiri

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kaimirihealing


Tōtara Health

Kaupapa

  • Low-cost GP & nursing services

Contact: 0800 222 757
Website: https://www.totarahealth.co.nz/


lnnov8 Group Ltd

Kaupapa

  • Counselling services
  • Holiday Programmes
  • Ready2Rent workshops
  • Youth transition services

Contact: admin@innov8group.co.nz
Website: https://www.innov8grouplimited.com/current-services


Te Timatanga Ararau Trust

Kaupapa

  • Mobility Action Program
  • Green Prescription
  • Active families

Contact: 0800 662 7746, 068459333, 06-845 9336


Hastings Health Centre

Kaupapa

  • Māori & Pacific Health Provider
  • GPs
  • Urgent Care
  • Pharmacy

Contact: 06 873 8999
Website: https://hastingshealth.co.nz/special-services/maori-and-pacific-health/

Flaxmere Boxing Academy

Kaupapa

  • Boxing Classes

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/433901440361096


Hikoi4Life

Kaupapa

  • High-intensity fitness classes
  • Onsite medical and psychological expertise from Māori practitioners
  • Dedicated E Tū Whānau and administration spaces
  • PTs

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Hikoi4Life


MOANA - Massage & Natural Remedies

Kaupapa

  • Massage therapy (sports, pregnancy, hot rocks)
  • Reflexology
  • Mirimiri

Contact: moananepia@yahoo.co.nz


PolyActive HB

Kaupapa

  • Free medium-high intensity workouts
  • Personal trainers
  • Aerobic dance
  • Bboxing classes

Website: https://polyactive.co.nz/


Soul Massage

Kaupapa

Capryce has a background in Care work for people with disabilities ranging from Autism, Tetraplegia, Cerebral Palsy, Downs Syndrome and is currently still working in this field.

  • Traditional Māori healing – Romiromi and Mirimiri

Website: https://www.soulmassage.co.nz/


Kahungunu Health & Community Services (Choices)

Kaupapa

  • GP
  • Nurses and Midwives
  • Counsellor / Social Worker
  • Lifestyle Coaches
  • Rongoā and Mirimiri Practitioner
  • Smokefree Educator
  • Kaiāwhina
  • Early Childcare Teachers and Educators
  • Reintegration Facilitators
  • Whare Matua
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Hapū Mama classes
  • School-based nursing services
  • Auahi Kore – Smoke-free programme
  • Sexual health promotion and referral
  • Breast and cervical screening
  • Immunisation
  • LARCs
  • Kaiāwhina support
  • Free contraception

Contact: 0508 942 628
Website: https://kahungunuhealthservices.maori.nz/


Pursuit Rangatahi Services

Kaupapa

  • Pre-employment support
  • Interview Prep
  • Confidence Workshops
  • Pastoral Care and Support
  • Social media Tikanga
  • Basic digital skills
  • CV & Cover Letter Creation
  • Internships & cadetships

Contact: 06 879 4538
Website: https://pursuitnz.com/about.html


Nevertheless Rainbow Hub

Kaupapa

  • Māori, Pasifika and Takatāpui Rainbow+ mental health

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NeverthelessTrust


Hauora Heretaunga Medical & Injury

Kaupapa

  • Kaupapa Māori GP Services
  • Practice Plus Virtual Consult
  • Cervical Screening
  • Immunisations
  • Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)

Contact: (06) 871 5352


Te Wahanga Māori Health

Kaupapa

Wide range of services available

Contact: 0800 333 671


Te Rangi Haeata Oranga Trust

Kaupapa

  • Gambling recovery services

Contact: 06 876 6267

CENTRAL HAWKE'S BAY

Hastings Health Centre

Kaupapa

  • General medical clinic

Contact: 06 858 9559


The Doctors Waipawa

Kaupapa

  • GP services
  • Nursing services
  • Cervical Screening
  • Immunisations
  • COVID-19 support

Contact: (06) 857 8507

Tuki Tuki Medical

Kaupapa

  • GP services
  • Nursing services
  • Cervical Screening
  • Immunisations
  • COVID-19 support
  • Disability Assistance

Contact: (06) 858 7767


Tihei Tākitimu Progress Reports

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2024 February Engagement Calendar

Find us here in February

 Sunday, 4th

 Tuesday, 6th

 Thursday, 8th

 Friday, 9th

 Saturday, 10th

Napier Waterfront Markets

Waitangi Day, Sports Park, Hastings

Māori Wellbeing Symposium, Napier War Memorial Conference Centre

Māori Wellbeing Symposium, Napier War Memorial Conference Centre

Māori Wellbeing Symposium, Napier War Memorial Conference Centre

Sunday, 4th | Napier Waterfront Markets

Tuesday, 6th | Waitangi Day, Sports Park, Hastings

Thursday, 8th | Māori Wellbeing Symposium, Napier War Memorial Conference Centre

Friday, 9th | Māori Wellbeing Symposium, Napier War Memorial Conference Centre

Saturday, 10th | Māori Wellbeing Symposium, Napier War Memorial Conference Centre


Iwi-Māori partnership boards Māori Health Authority

Iwi-Māori partnership boards (IMPBs) are a key feature in the new health reforms, with decision making roles at a local level, and jointly agreed local priorities and delivery with Te Whatu Ora.

Currently, eleven iwi-Māori partnership boards have been formally recognised under the Pae Ora (Healthy Futures) Act 2022(external link):

  • Te Taumata Hauora Te Kahu o Taonui IMPB, Tai Tokerau & Tāmaki
  • Te Moana a Toi IMPB, Mataatua
  • Tairāwhiti Toitū Te Ora IMPB, Tairāwhiti
  • Te Taura Ora ō Waiariki IMPB, Te Arawa
  • Tūwharetoa IMPB, Tūwharetoa
  • Te Punanga Ora IMPB, Taranaki
  • Te Mātuku IMPB, Whanganui
  • Tihei Tākitimu IMPB, Takitimu Hawkes Bay
  • Te Pae Oranga o Ruahine o Tararua IMPB, Manawatū
  • Te Karu o te Ika Poari Hauora IMPB, Wairarapa
  • Āti Awa Toa IMPB, Greater Wellington/Hutt

Further iwi-Māori partnership boards are working their way through the formal recognition process.

IMPBs are the primary source of whānau voice in the system and influence regional strategies through Te Aka Whai Ora:

  • They will create an authentic vision and strategies for addressing their shared concerns and solutions to improve the health system
  • They will enable iwi, hapū and whānau to exercise rangatiratanga in their rohe
  • They ensure tangata whenua voices are heard and local health services reflect those who need and use them
  • This will help build a stronger Māori workforce, support the growth in capability and capacity of hauora Māori healthcare providers, and encourage more innovation in services that deliver better outcomes for Māori.

How IMPBs work

Iwi-Māori partnership boards are legislatively recognised to ensure Māori governance in the determination of health priorities for iwi and Māori across localities.

The changes arising from the health reforms establish a localities approach that ensures health services are organised in a way that makes sense to the geographic communities they service.

Under the locality governance – led by IMPBs and community leaders – localities work with communities and local primary care, community providers, local social care services and local government to improve service delivery and Māori health and wellbeing outcomes.

  • A key focus for Te Aka Whai Ora will be working with IMPBs to ensure services are being designed to meet local context in each locality and to recognise the unique mana whenua aspirations in each rohe (region)
  • IMPBs will voice the aspirations and priorities of Māori communities, agree locality plans and influence regionally through their relationship with Te Aka Whai Ora.

SOURCE | Te Aka Whai Ora – Iwi-Māori partnership boards | Māori Health Authority (teakawhaiora.nz)


Tihei Tākitimu Partnership Board announced - BayBuzz

The inaugural Iwi-Māori Partnership Board has been chosen that will play a vital role in the design and delivery of health services for Hawke’s Bay under the newly-reformed health system.

The eight-member Board known as Tihei Tākitimu Partnership Board (TTPB) will work closely with the Māori Health Authority and Health NZ assessing the health needs of whānau, identifying priorities and monitoring the services provided.

Waylyn Tahuri-Whaipakanga, chairperson of the Board’s Establishment Steering Group  and CEO of Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga, says the TTPB, which is a mix of iwi members, mātāwaka (from other tribal groupings outside HB) and health professionals, “shares a commitment and dedication to improving Māori health with a strong community focus.”

The Board members are:

Beverly Te Huia – Chair for Ngā Maia Māori Midwives Aotearoa and member of Midwife Choices;

Darryn Russell – Chief Executive at Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement;

Lewis Ratapu – (interim chair) General Manager Tatau Tatau o te Wairoa;

Coralee Thompson – Advisor Māori Health at Health Hawke’s Bay;

Kerri Nuku – Kaiwhakahaere (Governance Leader) for the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO);

Heather Skipworth – Founder of IronMāori and former HBDHB Board Member;

Henry Heke – General Manager, Māori Health, Health Hawke’s Bay;

Tania Eden – CEO at Te Whanganui a Orotū.

 

Source | Bay Buzz – Tihei Tākitimu Partnership Board announced – BayBuzz