If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or if you have been to any of the locations of interest on the Ministry of Health website please get tested. Click here for more information about where you can get tested.
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You will be invited to do the screening test in the next 2 years. Meng will show you how.
Whāia te hauora i roto i te kotahitanga - A Healthier Tairāwhiti by Working Together
Changes to health services at Alert Level 2
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If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or if you have been to any of the locations of interest on the Ministry of Health website please get tested.
Depending on your illness, there are different places you and your whānau can go for health care in Tairāwhiti.
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Find out more about a career with Hauora Tairāwhiti
Ana Ratapu shares her journey as a nurse and midwife so far, and what drives her passion for caring for people with breast cancer and melanoma.
As New Zealand enters a nationwide Alert Level 4 lockdown from midnight last night, Hauora Tairāwhiti has responded by activating an Emergency Operations Centre.
Pictured L-R: Mr Jon Cadwallader (urological surgeon), Karen Miller (Medical Radiation Technologist), David Freschini (Anaesthetist)