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Auckland
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Panmure
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  • COLLABORATION KEY TO BREAST SCREENING SUCCESS FOR PACIFIC
  • SERVICE DELIVERY FAILS WHANAU ORA
  • ORAL HEALTH SURVEY SEES IMPROVEMENTS
  • ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER ALERT FOR PANMURE AND GLEN INNES
  • HEALTH AT FOREFRONT OF FAMILY VIOLENCE INITIATIVES
COLLABORATION KEY TO BREAST SCREENING SUCCESS FOR PACIFIC1 SERVICE DELIVERY FAILS WHANAU ORA2 ORAL HEALTH SURVEY SEES IMPROVEMENTS3 ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER ALERT FOR PANMURE AND GLEN INNES4 HEALTH AT FOREFRONT OF FAMILY VIOLENCE INITIATIVES5

 

"Screening rates for Pasifika women aged 45 to 69 have increased to 72% of the eligible population since 2010. In the same period, screening rates for Maori women increased from 60% to 65%."

BreastScreen Aotearoa


"The failure is not with the Whanau Ora vision and philosophy, the failure is with the way the service is being delivered."

Teleiai Edwin Puni,
Health Star Pacific


"There has been an increase of 0.8% in the number of Pacific children who flossed compared to last year’s results."

Oral Health Service,
Health Star Pacific


"Maori and Pacific children are bearing the burden of acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease."

Dr. Catherine Jackson,
Auckland Regional Public Health Services


 
COLLABORATION KEY TO BREAST SCREENING SUCCESS FOR PACIFIC

Pacific women are amongst the 600 women dying of breast cancer in New Zealand every year, where early detection is the best protection.

In November 2010 screening rates for Pacific women aged 45 to 69 were 64%; considerably lower than the 70.3% for non-Maori / non-Pacific women...
SERVICE DELIVERY FAILS WHANAU ORA

Health Star Pacific Trust (HSPT), a non-government organisation in Auckland that delivers health services, has come out in support of the Whanau Ora service.

In a press release last week, the Rt. Hon. Winston Peters accused Whanau Ora Minister Tariana Turia of trying to say that the case...
ORAL HEALTH SURVEY SEES IMPROVEMENTS

The report ‘The Health of New Zealand Children 2011/12’ presents key findings about children's health and access to health services in 2011/2012. These statistics come from the New Zealand Health Survey which now shows that most children had a dental visit in the past 12 months...
ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER ALERT FOR PANMURE AND GLEN INNES
 
Health Star Pacific medical centre at 132 West Tamaki Road, bordering Glen Innes and Eastbay and its clinic at 136 Queens Road, Panmure are on the alert for acute rheumatic fever.
 
General Practitioners and practice nurses in Panmure and Glen Innes have been contacted by the Auckland Regional Public Health...
HEALTH AT FOREFRONT OF FAMILY VIOLENCE INITIATIVES

Health Star Pacific supports the direction by the Prime Minister for better public services results for New Zealanders. This includes the involvement of health services in reducing the number of assaults on children.

Ulufafo Tauai, Health Star Pacific Well Child nurse says
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WELL CHILD WEEK 2013 EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

Ruth Kaio, supervisor of the Tokelauan early childhood education centre Mataliki Tokelau Akoga Amata gave this year’s Well Child Week a big thumbs up, saying “it exceeded my expectations.”

Well Child Week is an annual event celebrating the wellbeing of children around New Zealand
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HEALTH STAR PACIFIC AT ASB POLYFEST 2013

Health Star Pacific will be taking the Breast Screening promotion to the ASB Polyfest again this year.

As the Pacific ISP (Independent Service Provider), Health Star Pacific takes a proactive approach in getting the message out to the Pacific community
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OTARA SCHOOL CLINICS OPEN AGAIN FOR 2013

Health Star Pacific is part of the health teams which includes East Tamaki Healthcare, Kidz First, Otara Union Health and Te Hononga O Tamaki Me Hoturoa delivering the Mana Kids programme in Otara.

Mana Kidz provides a comprehensive health care service in a number of schools in the South Auckland region including
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PACIFIC YOUNG PEOPLE EXPERIENCE WORST ORAL HEALTH OUTCOMES

Health Star Pacific is very concern with the findings from the NZ Oral Health Survey that .... Pacific children and adolescents experience the worse oral health outcomes.

As part of its Oral Health service, Health Star Pacific conducted...
 
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