Under a special agreement with Toi Te Ora – Public Health Service, WorkWell is delivered by Community & Public Health - Timaru, to four businesses within the Timaru district. Healthy Workplaces Coordinator at Community & Public Health, Andrea Grant, has received intensive WorkWell training and is provided with ongoing mentoring support to fulfil her WorkWell advisory role.
Andrea’s role is funded by South Canterbury District Health Board.
Contact: Andrea Grant
WorkWell is now being delivered in the Waikato by Population Health (Waikato District Health Board). The Waikato Health Improvement Advisors dedicated to the delivery of WorkWell are trained and supported by Toi Te Ora and includes Jocelyn Brazier, Clowdy Ngatai and Louise West.
Our service area includes Northern Coromandel to close to Mt Ruapehu in the South, and from Raglan on the West Coast to Waihi on the East. This includes the city of Hamilton and towns such as Thames, Huntly, Cambridge, Te Awamutu, Matamata, Morrinsville, Ngaruawahia, Te Kuiti, Tokoroa and Taumarunui.
As a District Health Board, our business is health and wellbeing. Waikato DHB is committed to WorkWell as an employer of more than 6,500 people. If you too are a Waikato business interested in the benefits of WorkWell, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly team.
Contact: 0800 221 555
WorkWell is now available within the Whanganui District Health Board region through a collaborative approach involving trained WorkWell advisors from the Whanganui DHB, Healthy Families Whanganui Rangitikei and Ruapehu, and the Whanganui Regional Health Network.
WorkWell advisors are happy to meet with your organisation or business to discuss your needs or enquiries relating to workplace wellbeing.
Contact: WDHB Public Health Centre on (06) 3481775