PRESS RELEASE 16/10/20 National Hauora Coalition calls for Pharmac's commitment to equity The National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is calling for Pharmac to deliver on its pledge for equity and fund new diabetes medicines for Māori and Pasifika patients. Professor David...
PRESS RELEASE: National Hauora Coalition launches Here Toitū Programme to empower whānau to improve their health and wellbeing
PRESS RELEASE 3/09/20 National Hauora Coalition launches Here Toitū Programme to empower whānau to improve their health and wellbeing National Hauora Coalition (NHC) celebrated the official launch of Here Toitū this month, a key partnership between NHC, the...
We welcome the appointment of the National Hauora Coalition’s (NHC) Clinical Director, Dr Rawiri McKree Jansen, to the Border Review Group as announced yesterday by the Minister of Health, Hon Chris Hipkins. We acknowledge this as an indication of the Government’s...
Press Release: National Hauora Coalition is committed to ensuring our Health System meets it’s Treaty obligations
As a Māori organisation we are committed to Te Tiriti O Waitangi and advocating for an equitable, Treaty compliant, health and disability system where the Treaty partners recognise and respect each other’s rights and obligations. National Hauora Coalition (NHC) was a...
The National Hauora Coalition (NHC) faces a busy month as it prepares to welcome it’s 17 new Waikato practices on 1st October 2019, establish its Waikato office and launch its new local Tiakina te Tangata mobile Long Term Conditions service.
Yesterday, The Treasury released its Living Standards Framework Dashboard. This dashboard attempts to take deep dive into the overall wellbeing of New Zealanders all with the aim of informing Budget 2019 – billed as a Wellbeing Budget.
However, there are real grounds for concerns about the dashboard and how it will be used.
Claims from two groups of Māori health leaders are being heard in the Waitangi
Tribunal from 15 October next week at Tūrangawaewae Marae in Ngaruawahia as part
of stage one of the its national kaupapa inquiry into health services and outcomes.
The National Hauora Coalition, Aotearoa’s largest Māori-led Primary Health Organisation (PHO) welcomes the establishment of the Federation of Primary Health Aotearoa New Zealand and the appointment of Steve Chadwick as the first chair of the group.
Simon Royal, Chief Executive of the National Hauora Coalition, welcomes the announcement from Minister of Health, Hon David Clark, of a wide ranging review of the health and disability system.