Te Wao Nui - our new Child Health Service and hospital.
Visiting our services under the COVID-19 protection framework.
Protect yourself, your whānau and your community from measles. Get immunised!
Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 needs to isolate for 7 days.
Everyone in in Aotearoa New Zealand aged 5 and over can get their free COVID-19 vaccination or booster now.
Bowel screening can detect bowel cancer early. It’s free, easy and you can do it at home.
Read when you need to get tested, where to get rapid antigen tests (RATs) and what sort of contact you might be.
Find out about appointments and visiting the hospital.
Over the next two years, around 45,000 people across the district will be invited for screening around their birthday. There is no need to enrol – a letter and a screening test will be sent to people’s homes. Anyone who has recently moved or changed address is urged to ensure their GP has up-to-date information.
Te Wao Nui, our new child health service for the Wellington region is open. It provides surgical, medical, out-patient and cancer services for tamariki/children and rangatahi/young people .
Your home for local information and data on COVID-19 vaccination, testing & tracing, isolation, care and cases across our region.
Community testing sites have been set up in areas where they can best meet the needs of local communities. Find out more about locations and opening hours.
Today (Tuesday, 21 March) we celebrate Race Relations Day!
“Mhoroi” means ‘hello’ in Shona, a Zimbabwean language, which is where Hutt Valley Hospital Registered Orthopaedics Nurse, Fatima Kamala hails from.
Meet Julie Bate Clinical Nurse Specialist (Diabetes)