Please contact Wendy Bennett for further information about any of our planning documents.
The report shows outcomes on the clinical and financial goals in the Annual Plan.
The Auckland DHB publishes these spreadsheets annually. The spreadsheets show the business expenses the CEO, has incurred as well as any gifts or hospitality over the value of $100.
This plan sets out our emergency management arrangements at national, regional and local levels to maintain a resilient and sustainable health sector during any potential significant health or civil emergency.
Please refer to the Annual Plan section of this page for newer documents. From 2018/2019, the Māori Health Plan became part of our Annual Plans.
The Auckland DHB Provider Services Business Plan for 2017/18 outlines the key priorities and focus of Hospital and Community Services to implement the Auckland DHB strategy and achieve our vision of Healthy communities, World-class healthcare, Achieved together.
The Regional Information Strategy supports the transformation to new models of care. Strategies across key information areas underpin the development of a person-centred model and better, more convenient healthcare.
The Serious Adverse Events reports signal that Auckland DHB has a healthy reporting culture. It is one which is aimed at identifying preventable adverse events and learning from them. This is so that every best effort is made to try and avoid events such as these occurring again.
Under the Crown Entities Act 2004, Article 149C, Auckland DHB is required to submit a Statement of Performance Expectations before the start of the new financial year which is 1 July 2020. Due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, legislation was passed on 30 April 2020 which allows a Minister to extend this deadline by up to 3 months. Auckland DHB has received notice that the Minister of Health has agreed to extend the requirement to finalise the 2020/21 Statement of Performance Expectations to 15 August 2020.
The Counties Manukau Health and Auckland Waitemata Alliance Leadership Teams have undertaken a joint approach to the development of a System Level Measures improvement plan. Building on the one team theme in the New Zealand Health Strategy, we have co-developed a single improvement plan to ensure streamlined activity and reporting and best use of resources within the health system.