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2 days ago

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2 days ago

We're offering FREE cervical screening clinics for Māori, Pasifika & Asian women aged 25 – 70 years, and for all other women aged 30 years and over who have never been screened or have not been screened in the last 5 years.

Napier Health Centre, Wellesley Road, Napier
Every Tuesday in 2021 from 9am to 3:30pm
Or
Heretaunga Women’s Centre – Hastings
Fortnightly Wednesdays from 9am to 4pm

Call 0800 729 729 anytime to make an appointment

www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/124752833/what-is-cervical-cancer-and-how-do-we-protect-ourselves
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2 days ago

Very educating kōrero about Bowel Cancer & the only preventable cancer (Cervical Cancer) with our talented wahine from the DHB. Sally, Sandra and Hinetewhiurangi ☺️

Smear Your Mea, Wero te Tero 🙌🏽 it is very important 🤗
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6 days ago

If you're visiting our region and have any cold or flu symptoms, please don't wait until you return home to get tested - call one of the testing centres below and get booked in, and stay away from others until you receive a negative test result 💚

Hawke's Bay testing centre details:
Napier: 06 650 4000 open 9am-5pm Mon-Sun.
Hastings: 06 281 2644 open 8am-8pm Mon-Sun.
Wairoa: 06 838 8333 open 8.30am-5pm Mon-Fri.
Central Hawke’s Bay: Please do not arrive to the CHB testing centre without a pre-arranged appointment - call your doctor or Healthline on 0800 358 5453.
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1 week ago

#ANNOUNCEMENT by the Government

Great news for Māori Health Workforces!!!
There will be more support for Māori Midwifery Development in the recent announcement by Government.

#READ the article here ➡️ bit.ly/3rAEvXr

Check out the work Te Rau Ora, CMHDHB & Ngā Maia completed last year 👇
terauora.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Rapua-te-Aronga-a-Hine.pdf
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1 week ago

Who am I?

Aaron Pohatu – Relief Booking Co-ordinator

I recently moved home to Hawke's Bay after living overseas the past 8 years. Being away for so long I’m enjoying involving myself in our local events like IronMaori, Triple Peaks and the park runs to name a few. Hawke's Bay has so much to offer and I’m really appreciating my time back home with family and friends.

As a relief co-ordinator you could be working in multiple departments each week. I enjoy the different interactions with the clinical and non-clinical employees but most importantly you’re not in one place too long. You gain valuable knowledge and experience on how the surgical and outpatients services operate.

You also have the opportunity to grow and participate in different courses at the DHB.

To join the team with Aaron please follow this link and apply online bit.ly/3sS2Aup
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2 weeks ago

Recruitment Manager
Full time, 5 days per week 80 hours per fortnight

The Recruitment Team at Hawke's Bay DHB is looking for its next leader! We’re only a small team but we work hard to provide a superior service to our internal clients and job applicants, and ensure we’re creating pathways to health careers.

Our roles are fast paced and ever changing but we're a supportive, dedicated team who do whatever we can to help each other provide the best service possible.

With five direct reports, you’ll be managing a significant budget, ensuring the successful recruitment process for 500 positions per year and looking to continuously improve the service to both candidates and internal managers. You’ll be ensuring practices are in accordance with current “best” practice; and meet our legal and contractual obligations along with coaching and mentoring managers on best practice recruitment and selection techniques and practices.

You’ll need to bring your extensive experience in recruitment to the table so that you can quickly build credibility across the services. Your team is experienced in the recruitment field so you will be expected to coach and lead them at times mucking in to get the job done.

Our focus is to ensure the staffing of the DHB reflects our community so you will need to be knowledgeable in local tikanga and be actively developing a culturally appropriate service. The Manager’s role is also tasked with promoting health careers to those who may never have thought it an option. You’ll need to be someone who is innovative and creative and understands their audience.

To view the position profile, please click bit.ly/2P5KB4Z
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3 weeks ago

Titiro mai e te whānau. First vaccinations roll out at the Hawke’s Bay port being looked after by our wonderful colleagues at Hawke's Bay DHB. It’s great to have our Māori and Pasifika leadership supporting the first vaccines. Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

#Throwback to last Tuesday (16th March) when we had the Hastings Boys’ High School Year 9 Pasifika Studies class visit the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board✌️

This is the second year of an annual visit where the boy’s are welcomed on to Mihiroa marae with a Mihi whakatau and engage with Māori and Pasifika DHB staff!

Initially set up in 2020 by Mr Tivaini Foma’i to connect what the boy’s were learning in the classroom with Pacific staff working in health and in the community. This was an opportunity for the Pasifika Health Team and Māori Health Kaumatua to empower young Pacific men.

The visit also included a tour of the Tutorial Building and Corporate Office where there were plenty of interesting questions for other staff 👌😁

Hastings Boys' High School
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3 weeks ago

Did you know that Spark, Vodafone and 2degrees users can access some health websites and health portals from their mobile, without using any data?!

Even when you have no data you'll be able to access sites like:
📱 covid19.govt.nz
📱 health.govt.nz
📱 healthnavigator.org.nz
📱 mentalhealth.org.nz
📱 depression.org.nz
📱 thelowdown.co.nz
📱 allright.org.nz
📱 managemyhealth.co.nz

All mobile data charges for these websites will be charged back to the Ministry of Health until June 2021. The number of sponsored websites will increase over time.
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3 weeks ago

#JOBVANCANCY

An exciting opportunity for a BOARD DIRECTOR with a vision for a Māori innovative approach towards strengthening Māori health and wellbeing.

We have a Te Rau Ora Board vacancy for someone who has had previous governance experience and including a diverse skill-set in mental health, education, charitable operations, strategic planning, business acumen, tikanga māori, leadership, communication, human resources and relationship management. This is a part-time role based in New Zealand.

Click on the link below to find out more about the role and interests that aligns with what you are looking for. ⤵
workwithus.terauora.com/jobs/1116889-te-rau-ora-board-member

‼Applications close on Thursday, 15 April 202, 5:00 pm‼
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3 weeks ago

We have a plan to provide a free vaccine to protect everyone aged 16 and over in Aotearoa from COVID-19. The best way to protect our kaumātua, our whānau and ourselves is to get vaccinated. Find out more about our rollout plan here: covid19.govt.nz/health-and-wellbeing/covid-19-vaccines/getting-a-covid-19-vaccine/how-our-vaccine... ... See MoreSee Less