Te ORA – Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa (The Māori Medical Practitioners Association) provides Māori medical leadership to the health sector.
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Alert Level 3 – What does that mean for me? We are now in Alert Level 3 and it is still quite restrictive. When you are not at work, school, exercising or getting essentials then you should be at home, the same as at Level 4. This will help protect your whānau and...
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He Karere - Te ORA Hui a-Tau 2020Tēnā tātau me ngā mihi nui ki tēnā ki tēnā, Hoping that you are all well and that the COVID stress is abating a little! Two notices today. Firstly, I want to send big thanks to Te Oraiti who has gone across, after being with us for 4...
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Te ORA Board wishes to congratulate Dr Rhys Jones, recipient of the Prime Minister's Supreme Award in 2020 along with an award for Sustained Excellence in Tertiary Teaching - Kaupapa Māori category. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lm1gqfwTHLk
We are looking for an experienced GP to join our community practice based in Waiwhetu Lower Hutt. We are a family friendly practice in the process of rebuilding ourselves around kaupapa Maori values and we are seeking professionals who are aligned to our whanau ora....
MEDIA RELEASE - With reference to the National Bowel Screening programme Te ORA says: Media Release - National Bowel Screening programmeDownload We have considered the epidemiology as reported by researchers Ass-Prof Sue Crengle and Melissa Cragg and have been...