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Counties Manukau District Health Board (CMDHB) was established on 1 January 2001 under the provisions of the New Zealand Public Health & Disability Act 2000.  CMDHB is responsible for the funding of health and disability services and for the provision of hospital and related services for the people of Counties Manukau (Manukau City, and Franklin and Papakura Districts) as set out in the DHB functions and objectives in the Act.

Working with the funding allocated by Government, Counties Manukau DHB is responsible for:

  • Collaborating with other DHBs, service providers, the community and other stakeholders to plan the strategic direction for health and disability services in the northern region and promote the integration of health services.
     
  • Funding the provision of most health and disability services provided in Counties Manukau through service contracts with health and disability providers and non-governmental organisations.
     
  • Providing hospital based services for the population of Counties Manukau and some access to specialist or highly complex services for people referred from other DHBs.
     
  • Promoting, protecting and improving the health of the Counties Manukau population through the provision of health promotion, health education and evidence based public health initiatives.
Funded Health Services
 

CEMARS - Certified Emissions Measurement And Reduction Scheme

Published:  04-Feb-2014

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