Te Aro Matewai ki Te Māra o Hauroa – Southern Health Needs Assessment
All District Health Boards in New Zealand are required to look at the health and health needs of their people; this process is called a Health Needs Assessment. Tō Tātou Pūkete/Our Health Profile presents information about who lives in Southern, what keeps us healthy, how we get healthcare, and how healthy we are. This information helps health planners decide how best to provide the healthcare we need now and in the future. Tō Tātou Pūkete/Our Health Profile honours Māori as tangata whenua and is aligned with He Korowai Oranga - New Zealand’s Māori Health Strategy and Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Explore Tō Tātou Pūkete/Our Health Profile:
For best viewing use a desktop computer with Chrome or Edge web browsers. Click on the graphics below to begin your exploration.
There are two main parts to Tō Tātou Pūkete/Our Health Profile
The first part presents data that has been analysed with graphics and written descriptions.
The second part is the Data Exploration Portal; powered by Microsoft Power Bi. The portal allows a more comprehensive examination of the data where one can view information by table and filter according to need. Where possible, data is disaggregated by year, age, gender, ethnicity, territorial local authority and deprivation.
Tō Tātou Pūkete/Our Health Profile is designed to be a living document. The content will be updated as new information becomes available.
Thanks to the team at Northland District Health Board who generously shared many of their ideas from the Northland HNA.
Disclaimer - The information in this website can be freely used and distributed provided the source is acknowledged. While every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this report is correct, the Southern DHB and the authors do not accept any responsibility for information which is incorrect or where action has been taken as a result of the information in this report. In order to protect privacy, all data has been anonymised and where the sample size is less than five these data have not been published.