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Kia ora, welcome to
Auckland Regional Public Health Service

Nau mai haere mai ki Rātonga Hauora ā Iwi o Tamaki Makaurau

Te Ora ō Tāmaki Makaurau

We strive to protect health, prevent disease, reduce inequities and promote wellbeing for the people and environment of Auckland.

PUBLIC HEALTH TOPICS

Find out about limiting the spread of diseases, healthy environments and the promotion of health and wellbeing in the Auckland region.

HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

Find information for health professionals on notifiable diseases, advice and alerts, surveillance, refugee health, and vaccination.

BCG vaccination now available in Auckland

Eligible children under five years old can be protected from TB with a free BCG vaccination.

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HEALTHY AUCKLAND TOGETHER

We work with our Healthy Auckland Together coalition partners on changing our neighbourhoods so it is easy to eat well, be active and maintain a healthy weight.

Our environments have a profound impact on our health – from being able to commute without a car to the availability and price of fresh food.

We are promoting change through our city’s infrastructure, policy and planning, so all Aucklanders can live long and healthy lives.

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Resources

We have a range of free resources to educate the community about keeping well and preventing disease. If you would like to use or share these, feel free, but please acknowledge the source. 

You can also order Ministry of Health resources free from HealthEd.

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MEASLES CASE ON AUCKLAND TO NEW PLYMOUTH FLIGHT

Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) is aware of a person who flew from Auckland to New Plymouth last Sunday and has since been confirmed as having measles. Taranaki District...

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MEASLES CASE ON BALI TO AUCKLAND FLIGHT

Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) has been notified of a case of measles in a New Zealander travelling from Bali to Auckland. The person did not know they had...

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CHILDREN TO BE VACCINATED FOR MEASLES AT 12 MONTHS

The first measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination has been brought forward to 12 months from 15 months in Auckland because of the region’s measles outbreak. This change is being made...

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RECORD NUMBER OF ILLEGAL CIGARETTE SALES TO TEENAGERS

Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) last month identified nine retailers illegally selling tobacco to teenagers over just a two-week period. Dean Adam, Health Improvement Manager for ARPHS, says the figure...

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