Support for Māori, Pasifika, and other communities

He Oranga Whānau - How can we best help our Māori patients and whānau?

Reviewed 18 August 2021


He Rāhui - What is the current guidance for funerals and Tangihanga? 

Reviewed 18 August 2021

Level 3 guidance
Funerals/tangihanga of up to 10 people can take place. Physical distancing and public health measures must be maintained. 

Level 2 guidance 
Funerals/tangihanga of up to 100 people can take place. Physical distancing and public health measures must be maintained.

Level 1 guidance 
No restrictions on gatherings. 

See the COVID website for more information.

He Oranga o Te Hunga Hauā - Where can I find online COVID-19 resources for my patients with disabilities?

Reviewed 18 August 2021

The College has compiled some online support and information resources for people with disabilities

He Oranga Hinengaro - Where can I find online resources to support the mental and emotional wellbeing of my patients?

Reviewed 18 August 2021

The College has compiled some online resources to help support the mental and emotional wellbeing of your patients.

He Oranga Wairua - Where can I direct my patients who need online karakia or other spiritual/religious information and support?

Reviewed 18 August 2021

The College has compiled some online resources for people who would like online karakia or services, information and support in some Māori traditions, Western Christian traditions, and traditions relating to Orthodox Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Sikhism and Judaism. 

Are there any resources that I can share with my patients to encourage them to access primary care virtual consultations?

Reviewed 18 August 2021

The Health Promotion Agency and Health Care Home Collaborative have produced a series of videos below.