Important: In line with the governments directive that we are to escalate to COVID-19 Alert Level 4, all DHB facilities will be adopting a no visitors policy with only a few exceptions. Learn More
We care about achieving health equity for our community. Together we are more likely to live a long and healthy life if you grow up and live in a healthy home, safe neighbourhood with a good school, healthy environment and people who will affirm and support you.
Immunise yourself and your family against the flu and protect all the generations.
Find information about family doctors, midwife, pharmacies and other health and social services within the Counties Manukau area.
A nationwide programme motivating adults to be physically active. Referred by doctors, practice nurses, physiotherapist and nutritionists/dietitians.
Ministry of Health advice on healthy living - including eating well, immunisation, physical activity and more.
The Health Navigator website provides a place for New Zealanders to find reliable and trustworthy health information and self-care resources. It focuses on promoting clear, consistent messages that enable users to get the information they need at the time they need it.
It's essential that your baby receives all their vaccinations on time at six weeks, three months and five months.
The purpose of this directory is to inform Primary Health Organisations, community houses and other health professionals about the NGOs and community service providers operating within the Counties District, who provide wellness services; inclusive of mental, social, physical and spiritual health.
Rheumatic fever starts with a sore throat. Most sore throats get better but if strep throat is not treated with antibiotics it can cause rheumatic fever in children.
Counties Manukau Health is committed to promoting good health and maintaining a healthy environment for our patients, staff and visitors. This is why all our buildings and grounds are totally smokefree.
Know where to go when you're sick or injured. Before you leave home call Healthline 0800 611 116.