Hospitals & Services
The Canterbury District Health Board is committed to a programme of actions and activities aimed at improving Māori and Pacific outcomes.
Te Komiti Whakarite was established to assess and provide cultural advice through the development, implementation and review of the Christchurch Hospital Māori Health Plan, and to further support Christchurch Hospital to meet the Health & Disability Sector Standards, and accreditation standards.
For more information see Te Komiti Whakarite
Ngā Ratonga Hauora Māori is about the wellbeing of Te Iwi Māori. There is a dedicated team of experienced and qualified Māori and non-Māori health workers and registered professionals who are responsive to Māori health needs.
More more information see Christchurch Hospital or Christchurch Women's Hospital.
Ranga Hauora service at Burwood Hospital / Te Whare Toa Takitini recognises the significance of ensuring patients/tangata whaiora feel at ease when receiving care. The service identifies cultural issues when working with whānau, hapū and iwi and enables staff to access the support and resources available to meet their cultural needs.
For more information see Ranga Hauora (Burwood) or Burwood Hospital.
The philosophy of the Māori Mental Health Service is Whanaungatanga – a concept that stresses the importance of family and that nothing is done in isolation but as part of a member of a whanau. Māori mental health workers make up a multidisciplinary clinical team that works hard to improve the delivery and quality of health services to tangata whaiora / Māori consumers of mental health services.
For more information see Mental Health.
A comprehensive list of Māori health community services and Māori services that are located within our hospitals and primary...
A comprehensive list of Pacific health community services that are located within our hospitals and primary care locations.
Promote early intervention through greater Māori engagement in Primary Care.
Improve early detection and reduce the disease burden of cancer amongst Māori.
The purpose of the Canterbury Māori Health Framework is to establish shared outcomes, shared priority areas, shared language...
Improve early detection and support long-term condition management amongst Māori.
The CDHB and PHOs in Canterbury are committed to a programme of collecting, analysing and measuring data.
Elective services are non-urgent procedures and operations that improve people's quality of life.
Immunisation can prevent a number of diseases and is a very cost-effective health intervention.
Enable early intervention and responsive, targeted care to reduce health issues that negatively affect children and young...
Promote breastfeeding to give tamariki a healthy start to life
Ngā Ratonga Hauora Māori (The Māori Health Service) is available to help patients and whanau through their hospital journey...
The Oral Health Programme aims to improve oral health for tamariki and rangatahi.
The role of the Ranga Hauora team is one of Kaitiakitanga / guardianship to work with Te Iwi Māori to ensure service delivery...
Find out about Canterbury DHB Māori and Pasifika scholarships including how to apply for a scholarship and the Maori and...
The aim of the Smoking Programme is to reduce the prevalence of smoking and smoking-related harm amongst Māori.
Te Komiti Whakarite was established to assess and provide cultural advice through the development, implementation and review of...
For many years Canterbury DHB has operated a whānau-family accommodation facility for eligible family members, supporting a...
Whānau Ora is an inclusive approach to providing services and opportunities that empowers whānau as a whole.
The Whaihanga kāinga Programme supports Māori to take more responsibility for their own health and wellbeing and address the...
Māori Health Action Plan
Pacific health community services located within our hospitals and primary care locations.
Scholarships for Māori and
Pacifika Students undertaking health
studies in the Canterbury DHB area