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Awareness Campaigns
Rheumatic Fever Bay of Plenty and Lakes awareness campaign information for the public from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Awareness Campaigns
Rheumatic Fever awareness campaign information from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Awareness Campaigns
Rheumatic Fever awareness campaign information from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Dr Jim Miller
Dr Jim Miller is one of our Medical Officers of Health. Your Medical Officers of Health are public health physicians (doctors) who specialise in the health of groups or whole communities rather than...
Education Sector
Rheumatic Fever information for schools, public, health professionals from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Health Professionals
Information for Health Professionals from Toi Te Ora Public Health.
Health Professionals
Rheumatic Fever information for health professionals from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Housing Sector
Healthy Homes information for the housing sector from Toi Te Ora Public Health.
Infectious Diseases
Toi Te Ora Public Health carries out effective surveillance and investigation of notifiable infectious diseases in the Bay of Plenty and Lakes districts.
Keep your family healthy
5 messages to keep your family healthy.
Notifiable Diseases and Hazardous Substance Injuries
Notifiable diseases and hazardous substance injuries information for health professionals from Toi Te Ora Public Health, the public health unit for the Bay of Plenty and Lakes District Health Boards.
Public
Healthy Homes information for the public from Toi Te Ora Public Health.
Public
Rheumatic Fever information for the public from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Rare Symptoms
Rheumatic Fever information and rare symptoms for health professionals from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Resources
Rheumatic Fever information for schools, public, health professionals from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Resources
Rheumatic Fever information and resources for health professionals from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Resources
Rheumatic Fever information and resources for schools from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Rheumatic Fever
Rheumatic Fever information for the public, health professionals and community from Toi Te Ora Public Health.
School based swabbing programmes
Rheumatic Fever school based swabbing information for the public from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
School based swabbing programmes
Rheumatic Fever school based swabbing programe information from Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service.
Sore Throats
Rheumatic Fever information for the public, education sector and health professionals within the Bay of Plenty and Lakes regions.
Did you know sore throats can break a heart?
An untreated sore throat ("strep throat") can lead to rheumatic fever, a serious disease which may result in permanent heart damage. Rheumatic fever is a common problem in the Bay of Plenty, where...
Kawerau Rheumatic Fever Prevention Campaign Officially Launched
Another important step towards reducing rheumatic fever among Bay of Plenty children was taken on Friday with the launch of school-based throat swabbing in Kawerau.
Led by Eastern Bay Primary...
Keep your family healthy this winter with a warm and dry home
As the weather gets colder help keep your family healthy with a warm and dry home. 
Homes that are warm, dry, uncrowded and smokefree can help protect you and your family from illnesses such...
Push to stop sore throats hurting hearts
Listen out for a hard hitting message from New Zealand kids to their parents and caregivers. Toi Te Ora – Public Health Service will be spreading the children’s message on local radio and...
Sore throats can break a heart
“We are one step closer to ensuring Bay of Plenty parents and children realise that sore throats matter. A strep sore throat can lead to rheumatic fever which can potentially damage your heart,”...
Successful rheumatic fever campaign rolled out to more Eastern Bay schools
Children living in the Opotiki area are now less likely to develop rheumatic fever due to the successful implementation of school-based throat swabbing by Te Ao Hou Trust and Whakatohea Iwi Social...
Last modified: 06 Mar 2018
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