Healthy Whānau – Healthy Lives: To lead community health care by having respect for all peoples and acknowledging Mana Atua, Mana Tupuna, Mana Whenua and Mana Tangata.
Respect for kotahitanga mo nga iwi katoa; Mana Atua, Mana Tūpuna, Mana Whenua, Mana Tangata.
The EBPHA is governed by a Board consisting of an independent Chair and 9 members, 3 of which are from Iwi, community and clinical representation.
EBPHA is made up of approx. 60 staff who have an educated mix of clinical, managerial and administrative skills. Our workforce is a diverse reflection of the ethnic makeup represented in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
EBPHA has a clinical advisory group made up of 4 General Practitioner’s, 3 General Practice Nurses, EBPHA General Practitioner Liaison, EBPHA Clinical Nurse Lead and the EBPHA Performance Manager.
To provide seamless service, promote wellness and responsibility, to prioritise safety.
You have rights when you receive health or disability services whether you pay for those services or not. Everyone using a health or disability service has the protection of a Code of Rights.