• Workforce Initiatives

    Our health workforce is critical to the continued delivery of healthcare services for our communities.
  • Taskforces

    We've appointed taskforces to make rapid progress on three urgent health system pressures while leadership functions are being set up.
  • Localities

    The development of localities across New Zealand is a fundamental part of the reform of Aotearoa's health system.
  • Emergency management

    Emergencies can happen anywhere and at any time. They can be caused by severe weather, infectious diseases, industrial accidents, or by people.
  • The Heart Health Plan care planning tool

    Find out about the Heart Health Plan tool, its Privacy Statement, and its Terms of Use.
  • International Recruitment Centre

    The Centre is dedicated to attracting and retaining internationally trained migrants and New Zealand trained ex-pats.
  • Infection prevention and control

    Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) refers to the practices and procedures to protect patients, visitors, residents, clients and health workers.
  • New information sharing schemes

  • WHO Code in New Zealand

  • Rural Health

    One in four New Zealanders live in rural areas or small towns, and there is a greater percentage of children, older people, and Māori living in these
  • Making services better for users

    Information for district health boards and other organisations on health literacy and improving their engagement with disabled people.
  • Maternity services

    Information on the Maternity Clinical Guidelines, the Primary Maternity Services Notice (Section 88) and other maternity-related publications.