Haere mai, welcome to Toi Te Ora Public Health

COVID-19 public health advice and information

Information for the Bay of Plenty and Lakes community, including on immunisation, testing, self-isolating, case updates

Protect yourself, and your whānau, from the flu this winter

Getting a flu jab is your best defence from the flu this winter. They’re available from April and are free for those most likely to get very sick. Contact your GP or local pharmacy today.

Stay well this winter

Simple things you, your whānau, friends and colleagues, can do to stay well this winter.

Kia ora haere mai

Welcome to Toi Te Ora Public Health

Toi Te Ora Public Health's vision is lifelong health and wellbeing for all.

Our purpose is to improve, promote and protect the health of the communities in the Bay of Plenty and Lakes districts.

Established in 1996, we are the public health unit for the Bay of Plenty and Lakes districts.

We are one of twelve public health units across New Zealand and are funded by the Ministry of Health.

We focus on the achievement of health equity, in particular for Māori.

 

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