We are committed to discharging our statutory and best practice commitments to community engagement, consultation and procurement. Community engagement and consultation helps the DHB ensure its proposed policy, funding and service changes will improve, promote and protect the health of the people of Auckland City.
We have a number of ongoing initiatives that allow you to get involved; to talk with us and other people in our wider community about how we can improve health outcomes and the services we deliver.
Share your thoughts and experiences on our health service through our confidential surveys and online discussions. Visit the The Reo Ora - Health Voice website(external link) to find out more and join the community.
We are currently seeking community participation for the following surveys. You can expand each of the sections below to learn more about each survey.
The Child Health Information Link (CHIL) Hub Proposal is now open for consultation and we’re inviting providers of the universal child health milestone services to have their say. Other health professionals and communities are also welcome to provide feedback on the enhanced service model.
The Northern Region DHBs are implementing the National Child Health Platform (NCHIP) in 2019. NCHIP is an IT system that takes information on a child’s progress through the 29 pre-school health milestones and collates this into a single integrated dataset. This Proposal outlines Auckland and Waitemata DHB’s plan to implement a shared coordination service (the CHIL Hub) to support the NCHIP platform.
If you were unable to attend the consulation question and answer session on 18 January 2019, you can view a copy of the presentaion here.
A reminder that the Northern Region Transgender Health team welcome feedback from those with experience of our services. Feedback, anonymous or otherwise, can be submitted online(external link). Further information and updates on Transgender health services for the Northern region can be found here.
VOICES is an online survey that we are conducting in order to improve care for people who are dying and for their whanau, family, and friends. The survey is intended for those people with a relative who has recently died whether suddenly, after a short illness, or after a long illness.
If you are interested in sharing your experience with us, you can find out more and complete our online VOICES survey here.