Useful Links

Link to Kia ora Hauora website:
Links to health promotion courses:
Links to polytechnics
Links to universities
Turuki Latest Annual Report
Links to waananga
Turuki Annual Report Calendar
 

News

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

This message is only visible to admins:
Problem displaying Facebook posts. Backup cache in use.

Error: (#10) To use "Page Public Content Access", your use of this endpoint must be reviewed and approved by Facebook.

3 weeks ago

Photos from Kia Ora Hauora National's post ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Photos from Kahungunu Executive's post ... See MoreSee Less

Image attachment

3 weeks ago

Golden Rules with Panatahi - Hand Hygiene ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

✨MEMBERSHIP FOR 2020-2021 NOW OPEN✨

🌟 Come join our membership to gain the following opportunities:

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP

➡️ Whanaungatanga - access to a network of Māori allied health kaimahi and students
➡️ Scholarship awards - recognition of Māori allied health excellence
➡️ Support - collective supervision, training, mentoring, job and research opportunities, tautoko grants
➡️ Advocacy for culturally responsive, safe work and study environments
➡️ Access to members only portal - current information, resources, news and research
➡️ Discounted training and wānanga opportunities for cultural and professional development​​
➡️ Ability to leverage off the collective voice of Māori allied health to influence change across health and workforce development systems

For more details check out our website. Check our bio for details 👆🏾
... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Beware of misinformation on social media and other sources. Only share information from official sources. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

E whakaaro nui ana ki te whānau pani i tēnei wā taumaha rawa atu ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

E whakaaro nui ana ki te whānau pani i tēnei wā taumaha rawa atu ❤️

4 weeks ago

We've refined our visitor policy for Alert Level 2; this applies to all HBDHB facilities:

💙 Visiting hours are 1-8pm.
💙 All visitors must submit personal details on arrival to ensure contact tracing can be performed if required.
💙 Visitors need to follow precautions such as good hand hygiene and physical distancing.
💙 Visitors can bring their own cloth mask – a mask will be supplied if visitors forget to bring a mask with them.
💙 ED: one support person per patient will be permitted
💙 ICU: one visitor at a time will be permitted, and only one visit a day
💙 SCBU: only parents can visit
💙 Maternity delivery-suite: one support person is allowed
💙 Maternity Post-natal: one support person plus one visitor at a time will be permitted, and only one visit a day
💙 Ward tower block: two visitors per patient; one visit per day
💙 No children are allowed on the wards
💙 Visitors must not have any cold-like symptoms

Thank you to all our visitors, staff, patients and community members who are working to keep each other and themselves safe 👍
... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Congratulations to the Pūhoro STEM Academy who have been granted funding from the Provincial Growth Fund.

Pūhoro will receive $975,000 for its programme which supports Māori to enter study and careers in the science, technology, engineering and maths sectors. Funding over two years will provide 250 participants with training and help place 50 rangatahi into internships, apprenticeships or cadetships.

Awesome news for the Pūhoro team and those benefiting from their incredible mahi!
... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

⚠️DO YOU WHAKAPAPA TO THE FOLLOWING MARAE?⚠️
⚠️ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE FOR YOUR TRUSTEE?⚠️

Matahiwi | Rongomaraeroa | Te Whatuiāpiti

- Have you received your voting pack?
Āe: KA RAWE! Voting OPENS 11 September
Kāo: Contact the HTST office
1) 0800 TAKITINI
2) email: office@heretaungatamatea.iwi.nz
3) 960 Omahu Road, Frimley, Hastings

#Election2020 #HTST
... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Wekeneru! 😍 We are very excited to see that over 100,000 people have signed up to the Māori Language Moment. That is one tenth of the way to one million of us speaking, singing and celebrating te reo Māori at the same time. 🎉🎊🗣🌈🎺 ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Explained: What going on the Māori roll means ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Golden Rules with Panatahi - Sneezing and Coughing ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Wēkeneru!MERCHANDISE ❣️

E hoa mā, we are NOT selling hoodies and merch this year. Instead we are giving it all away... kore utu! Here are some ways you can score a hoodie and other goodies:

🌈 Sign up to the Māori language moment
🌈 Follow our social media channels for tons of different giveaways (some are platform specific!)
🌈 DO SOMETHING AMAZING and tag us @reomaori or hashtag #ReoMāori.

We have giveaways for organisations, kura, friends, whānau and everyone who shares and participates in the moment so KIA KAHA!

AND HURŌ! Surprise! 🥳 This post is the first giveaway! All you have to do to be in to win is let us know what your favourite Kia Kaha te Reo Māori merch/resource has been over the years and why!

Share your photos below and comment to be in the draw to win a classic Kia Kaha te Reo Māori hoodie. ⬇️⬇️⬇️
... See MoreSee Less

Wēkeneru!

4 weeks ago

NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
The Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of Margareth Broodkoorn (MHthSc) to the position of Chief Executive Officer, to replace retiring current CEO John Wigglesworth.
Margareth was born in Hokianga Hospital and this role will fulfil a moemoea to give back to the community of her birth.
Ko Ngapuhi te iwi, ko Ngati Wharara, ko Ngati Korokoro me Te Pouka oona hapu. She will take up her position early in 2021
Margareth is a registered nurse, with ten years solid nursing experience before moving into various health management positions, including with Hauora Hokianga from 2008 to 2010, and Director of Nursing and Midwifery with Northland DHB to 2019. She is currently Chief Nursing Officer of NZ with Ministry of Health. But Hokianga has a strong calling and Margareth is keen to bring her skills home and be near her whanau. Margareth has a strong commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi in addressing health inequity for Maori and access to health services for all consumers.
... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

#Mahurumaori
Kia Kaha te kōrero Māori
Give it a Go!

He wero a Mahuru Māori mā tēnā mā tēnā, mā tātou tahi hei hiki, ahakoa te taumata o te mōhiotanga ki te reo Māori. Ko te ngako, ko te kōrerotia o te reo i ia rā o te marama o Mahuru.

Mahuru Māori is a challenge for each and every one of us to take up, no matter what our current level of Māori language may be. The idea is that we consciously speak more of the Māori language everyday during the month of September.
... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Another win for Wairoa's health! The new renal support facility at Wairoa Hospital and Health Centre was blessed and opened recently.

The Haemodialysis room has two machines with the potential to serve up to eight people on different schedules.

The total refit and upgraded haemodialysis machines was a $150,000 investment by HBDHB.

Wairoa centre manager Sonya Smith said there were a lot of people to acknowledge and this had been an emotional journey to opening the new facility.

It was blessed by Pa Karaitiana Kingi with Matua Bill Blake 💙
... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Golden Rules with Panatahi - Sneezing and Coughing ... See MoreSee Less