There are lots of organisations and agencies involved in promoting and protecting the health of Auckland's population.
This page lists some of the key bodies and their responsibilities.
For questions about your personal health or vaccinations, call Healthline at 0800 611 116 (24 hours,) or your GP.
Auckland Council services include noise control, air quality, safe foods and environments.
NZ government’s principal advisor on health and disability services. They administer the funding of health services, implement, administer and enforce relevant legislation and regulations, provide health information and advice, develop policy and monitor health services.
Watercare is an Auckland Council controlled organisation that provides water and wastewater services in the Auckland region.
Official advice for New Zealanders living and travelling overseas.
The Ministry for Primary Industries is the public service department of New Zealand charged with overseeing, managing and regulating the farming, fishing, food, animal welfare, biosecurity, and forestry sectors of New Zealand's primary industries.
The Ministry of Education is the government’s principal advisor on the education system. Their role includes funding of pre-school services, schools and tertiary providers, supporting school functions, licensing of early childhood education providers, developing policy and monitoring of education services.
WorkSafe is New Zealand’s primary workplace health and safety regulator with three key roles: regulatory confidence, harm prevention, and system leadership.
The New Zealand Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Authority is a business unit of the Ministry of Health, responsible for the regulation of medicines and medical devices in New Zealand.
The government agency responsible for regulating activities that affect New Zealand's environment.