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The flu vaccination season is here

2 April is the start of the 2024 flu vaccination season.

Staying safe in the heat and sun

Sunburn and heat-related illnesses are two of the biggest things to watch out for throughout the summer months.

Christmas closing hours

With Christmas nearly upon us, here is what you need to know over the holiday period.

World AIDS Day

On 1 December every year we recognise World AIDS Day

F.A.S.T Campaign

FAST is an easy acronym to remember and can help you spot someone having a stroke.


We often hear about carbohydrates, commonly referred to as ‘Carbs’ when referring to diets and food.

Hapū Māmā campaign

There can be lots to think about when you’re caring for a baby, and it takes a village to raise a little one.

Look after your oral health

Oral health can play a big part in your overall health too


Anaphylaxis is a severe and potentially life-threatening reaction

Changes to fees from 1 August

From the start of August, we have some slight changes to both our prescription and doctors’ fees.

Covid-19 Preparation

All COVID information can be found at the official COVID-19 website

Coeliac Disease

Coeliac disease is a permanent autoimmune disorder where eating gluten causes damage to the small intestine.

Book in for your flu vaccination

With winter on our doorstep, now is the perfect time for you and your whānau to get the flu vaccine.

The importance of breast screening

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer for women in New Zealand, affecting 1 in 9 women over their lifetime.

Nurse Practitioners and Prescribers

Nurse Practitioners and Nurse Prescribers – who are they and what do they do?

Brain Awareness Week

This week we recognise Brain Awareness Week across the world.

International Cochlear Implant Day

February 25 is International Cochlear Implant Day, also known as CI Day.

World Cancer Day

February 4 is World Cancer Day, an international day designed to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage detection, prevention, and treatment.

Heart Health Awareness Month

February is Heart Health Awareness Month in New Zealand.

Looking after yourself in the sun

New Zealand has some of the harshest and most damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays of anywhere in the world, and it’s time once again to make sure that you are protected while outdoors.

Staying safe in and around the water

Kiwis love to get down to the water in the warmer months. Whether it be a swim, splashing around with our tamariki or heading out on a boat, most of us will spend some time in the H2O this summer season.

Top tips for a healthy festive season

With summer finally here and the warmer weather in sight, it’s important to remember to look after yourself amongst all the celebrations and fun times this holiday season.

Christmas Opening Hours

There are now less than two weeks until Christmas, so here is a timely update on what will be happening during the holiday break while One Care Health is closed.

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Māori cervical screening campaign


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