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 Published: 22/01/2014

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Published: 22/01/2014


                                                                                                          

Auckland District Health Board is a major provider of health care services to people domiciled in the district and to people from elsewhere.

Eighty seven percent of the Auckland DHB population live within five wards within the Auckland DHB boundary. The other 13% live in either the Manukau ward within the Counties Manukau DHB area, or the Whau ward within Waitemata DHB.

The total value of services for the Auckland DHB population is approximately one billion dollars. We received a total increase of $32m in the 2012/13 Funding Envelope, as population based funding. The increase is for a contribution to cost growth pressure of $15.2m and a contribution to demographic demand growth of $17m.

Did you know?

  • We have approximately 10,000 staff employed in the provider arm which equates to a little over 8,000 full-time equivalent positions (FTE).
     

  • Auckland City Hospital is New Zealand's largest public hospital as well as the largest clinical research facility. There are approximately one million patient contacts each year, including local hospital and outpatient services.
     

  • We have three major facilities: Auckland City Hospital (Grafton) which is New Zealand's  largest public hospital, Greenlane Clinical Centre (Greenlane) and the Buchanan Rehabilitation Centre (Pt Chevalier).
     

  • Auckland DHB is also the largest trainer of doctors in the country with approximately 1,477 medical staff of whom about 685 are in various stages of training.
     

  • Each year we have approximately 150,000 inpatient events, 100,000 First Specialist Assessments, and 250,000 Follow-Up contacts.
     

  • The hospital has the largest elective surgery delivery system in New Zealand with 22,000 elective discharges, approximately 52% of which are for other DHB populations.

Auckland DHB Hospital and Community Services
Auckland City Hospital
(Acute medical and surgical services)
Greenlane Clinical Centre
(Community, ambulatory & mental health services)
  • Children and young people's services
  • Women's health
  • Surgical services
  • Cardiothoracic
  • Clinical support
  • Medical services
  • Laboratory
  • Radiology
  • Rheumatology
  • Pain services
  • Sexual health
  • Diabetes management
  • Dermatology
  • Oral health
  • Immunology
  • Audiology
  • Allied health
  • Mental health
Auckland Regional Public Health Service is owned by Auckland DHB but is provided for the whole region. This is funded directly by the Ministry of Health.
Auckland DHB - Other Providers
  • Primary Health Organisations, GP services and nursing services
  • Community-based health services
  • Kaupapa Maori services
  • Pacific health services
  • Laboratories
  • Community based pharmacies
  • Dental health services
  • Midwives/maternity services
  • Residential care for mental health
  • Rest homes
  • Palliative care
There are a large number of health and support providers and organisations who work in the city that are not funded by us or by other DHBs or the Ministry of Health. These groups operate on grants and voluntary efforts of their members.  They are an essential part of the wider health system.

Our Vision
A healthy local population, and quality health service across the continuum when people need it – Healthy Communities, Quality Healthcare ~ Hei Oranga Tika mo te iti me te Rahi.

Our Mission
To deliver the right care, at the right time, in the right way.
 
Our organisational values      Integrity, Respect, Innovation, Effectiveness   – Kia u ki te tika me te pono
Our organisational values: Integrity, Respect, Innovation, Effectiveness   – Kia u ki te tika me te pono
 
Integrity We are open, fair, honest and transparent in everything we do
Respect We care about and will be responsive to the needs of our diverse people and communities
Innovation We will provide an environment where people can challenge current processes and generate new ways of learning and working
Effectiveness We will apply our learning and resources to achieve better outcomes
   
Three goals focus our decisions and actions:
1.  Lift the health of people in the Auckland DHB area
2. Lead performance improvement
3. Live within our means.