From time to time MidCentral District Health Board engages and/or consults with the public on significant projects and issues facing the district.
Locality Planning | Clinical & Consumer Councils
The health and support needs of our communities are changing and we are committed to moving with them.
Every day in our communities, people come to health services for help with a range of health issues. Many factors also impact our health and wellbeing including housing, jobs, transport and income. Those of us in rural communities will also have different health needs and priorities than those of us in urban areas.
Five territorial local authority districts are covered by MidCentral DHB (Horowhenua and Otaki are combined within MidCentral DHB) and each has their own newsletter:
Ways you can get involved:
Clinical and Consumer Councils for MidCentral DHB
The funding, planning and delivery of health and disability support services requires a wide range of skills and expertise. MidCentral DHB wants to enhance local arrangements by ensuring there is a strong, vibrant and active consumer and clinical voice in all it does. It is seeking clinicians and consumers with a strong passion and interest in local health and disability services to be members of its Clinical Council and its Consumer Council.
More information about each Council is provided in the Information Booklets below.
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Thank you to everyone who has shown an interest and applied for a place on a council. Applications are being considered and we will make contact with all applicants ASAP. Please check this page for any further progress updates.
For further information or any help submitting an application please contact:
Mahashweta Patel, MidCentral DHB: email@example.com or 06 350 8303.
Public Engagement & Consultation
From time to time MidCentral District Health Board engages and/or consults with the public on significant projects and issues facing the district. This happens to gain public input into the Board’s decision making process.
Most documents are available in Acrobat (PDF) format. Some documents are also available in other formats (doc, xls, html etc.) or as a printed version (hard copy). Please note, due to cost, a different format or printed version may not be available.
To request a different format or printed version, please contact the MidCentral District Health Board Communications Unit.