- Māori health
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- Pacific health
- Rural health
- Asian and migrant health
Māori health providers
There are a number of Māori health providers contracted to district health boards throughout Aotearoa.
Māori health providers tend to deliver health and disability services to predominantly Māori clients, although certainly not exclusively to Māori clients. What does distinguish the service is the kaupapa and the delivery framework which is distinctively Māori.
In addition to contracted Māori health providers, there are also health providers who are significant providers of health and disability services to Māori.
To find a directory of providers, visit the Māori health providers section in YourHealth.
In this section
- The Māori Provider Development Scheme is funded annually by the Ministry of Health. Read more
- Ka tika ka ora – Māori provider work programme represents the first time the Ministry of Health and district health boards have developed an overview of their activities to support Māori providers. Read more
- The Māori Health Innovations Fund was launched in 2009 to invest in the design, development, promotion and delivery of innovative whānau ora-driven health services by Māori health and disability service providers. Read more
Te Kete Hauora is undertaking a project to:
- analyse and present enablers and barriers to Māori provider participation in health and disability service delivery
embed activities to support Māori providers into the Ministry of Health and district health boards work programmes from 2009/10 onwards.