Find out more about how to improve your health and wellbeing.
We care about achieving health equity for our community. Together we are more likely to live a long and healthy life if you grow up and live in a healthy home, safe neighbourhood with a good school, healthy environment and people who will affirm and support you.
Find information about family doctors, midwife, pharmacies and other health and social services within Counties Manukau area.
Before you leave home call Healthline 0800 611 116. They will tell you the best place to go.
Being healthy increases your quality of life and your sense of wellbeing. This page provides some simple tips to help you keep healthy.
Your dentist provides care to keep your teeth and gums strong and healthy. Having regular dental checks means they can pick up problems early.
A nationwide programme motivating adults to be physically active. Referred by doctors, practice nurses, physiotherapist and nutritionists/dietitians
Ministry of Health advice on healthy living - including eating well, immunisation, physical activity and more.
Call Healthline on 0800 611 116 for free advice from our trained registered nurses.
It's essential that your baby recieves all their vaccinations on time at six weeks, three months and five months.
Feeling depressed, anxious or stressed? If you need immediate help and you feel that you or someone else are at risk of harm - phone 111.
Pharmacists ensure prescriptions are dispensed correctly and are appropriate for you. They can help you understand how your medicines work and how to take them effectively. Pharmacists can also provide advice and treatment on common concerns.
Rheumatic fever starts with a sore throat. Most sore throats get better but if strep throat is not treated with antibotics it can cause rheumatic fever in children.
Counties Manukau Health is committed to promoting good health and maintaining a healthy environment for our patients, staff and visitors. This is why all our buildings and grounds are totally smokefree.