Northland DHB Communicable Disease
The goal of our service is to reduce the impact of infectious diseases in Northland, especially the impact on vulnerable populations.We achieve this goal through the follow-up of people with notifiable diseases and the use of population health prevention and control programmes.
Infectious diseases that are notifiable under the Health Act 1956 and the Tuberculosis Act 1948 are diseases which may pose a threat to other people and to the health of the public. Click here to see how to notify diseases in Northland.
All notifications are followed up either by staff from the Northland Public Health Unit or by staff employed by a District Council.
|Medical Officer of Health / Public Health Physician||(09) 430 4100 & A/H (09) 430 4100|
|Communicable Disease Administrator||(09) 430 4101 Ext 60592|
Notifications (phone any time day or night) - (09) 430 4101 Ext 60592
Whooping Cough information
Click here to acess information on Whooping Cough.
What is Measles?
(PDF, 454 KB)
This is an information sheet about measles from the New Zealand Immunisation Advisory Centre
Measles and Pregnancy
(PDF, 32.6 KB)
This contains information about measles in relation to pregnancy
Measles and Immunisation
(PDF, 151.9 KB)
This document contains information about measles and what immunisation offers
Measles: What Does it Look Like?
(JPG, 154.5 KB)
This is a photo of a child that has measles
- Meningitis C: Frequently Asked Questions (PDF, 462.3 KB)
Meningitis C School Consent Form
(PDF, 1.4 MB)
This document is the consent form required to be completed to enable your child to receive the Meningitis C vaccine.
- Meningitis C: Information Sheet (PDF, 1.3 MB)
- Meningitis C: Vaccine Information (PDF, 1.3 MB)
- Meningitis Information Sheet in Maori (PDF, 492.9 KB)
- Meningitis C: What does it Look Like? (PDF, 211.3 KB)
- Notifiable Diseases (PDF, 185.8 KB)
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This page was last updated at 2:11PM on November 21, 2016. This information is reviewed and edited by Northland DHB Communicable Disease.