Te Mana Hauora O Te Tairawhiti
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Our mission is: Working together to elevate the wellbeing of Tairawhiti. Mahia nga mahi i roto i te kotahitanga kia piki ake te oranga o te Tairawhiti.
Tairawhiti District Health's Annual Plan outlines the key activities planned for the Tairawhiti health system over the coming financial year (1 July to 30 June). In accordance with the New Zealand Health and Disability Amendment Act 2010, it also incorporates our Statement of Intent. The Statement of Intent is our key accountability document to Parliament, which includes targets and measures of both financial and non-financial performance. The Annual Plan also explains our strategic context and shows how our intended activity and outputs relate to our vision and the achievement of our long-term goals for improving the health of our community.
QUALITY ACCOUNT - Download the latest TDH Quality Account (Pdf 853.4KB)
This Quality Account is an annual report to the public about the quality of the services Tairawhiti District Health provides.
MAORI HEALTH PLAN - Download the latest TDH Maori Health Plan
This Plan describes the Hauora Màori priorities for the Tairawhiti District for the 2014/15 year. This plan has been jointly developed by the Tairawhiti District Health Board (TDH) and the Primary Health Care Organisations operating in Tairawhiti. It aligns with the requirements of the New Zealand Public Health and Disability Act 2000 and aims to reduce disparities and improve health outcomes for Màori.
This plan should be read in conjunction with the Tairawhiti District Health Board Maori Health Plan and the Midland DHB Regional Services Plan.
As a District Health Board, TDH funds and ensures the provision of services for those in need of personal health and disability services across all service areas, except Public Health and Disability Support Services for people under 65 years of age.
A large percentage of this work is done from the main campus on Ormond Road, where Gisborne Hospital is situated. TDH is part of the Midland region which includes four other DHBs - Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Lakes and Taranaki. Find out more about the Midland region and HealthShare Ltd here.
TDH has a board and three statutory advisory committees which are responsible for the overall governance and direction of the District Health Board. They work within national frameworks set by the Government. The role of the Board is to work to improve the health outcomes and enhance the health status of the population it serves.
Primary health care services and community-based care are delivered through providers such as Primary Health Organisations, GP's, Maori health providers and disability support providers that are funded by Tairawhiti District Health.