About Counties Manukau Health
Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) provides health and disability services to an estimated 512,000 people who reside in the local authorities of Auckland, Waikato and Hauraki District.
Over the next five years, the population of people living in Counties Manukau is growing at 1-2% each year and is changing, both youthful and ageing, and is estimated to reach over 560,000 people by 2020. Our population is ethnically diverse and by 2020 is estimated to be 15% Maaori, 22% Pacific and 26% Asian people.
District Health Board (CMDHB) is one of twenty district health boards established under the provisions of the New Zealand Public Health & Disability Act 2000 (NZPHD Act 2000).
Counties Manukau Health was established to plan and fund the provision of personal health, public health and disability support services for the improvement, promotion and protection of the health of our communities.
Publications published by Counties Manukau Health including Annual Reports, Annual Plans and Quality Accounts.
Counties Manukau have a wide variety of roles available, so no matter what career path has brought you to this stage, chances are you've got a wealth of skills and experience which will be very useful to us.
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