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after hours

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PHO, Primary Health Organisation, After hours, Urgent Care

1. Does your DHB have a current plan or strategy for the provision of After-Hours / Urgent Care Services as defined in the PHO Services Agreement? a. If yes, please provide a copy of the plan / strategy documentation.
2. As a DHB, do you directly provide or fund (either fully or partly) the provision of After-Hours / Urgent Care Services that meet the requirements of the provision of Urgent Care Services, as defined in the PHO Services Agreement?
a. If yes, please provide details of the nature and size of services funded or directly provided by the DHB (excluding financials). 3. Within your DHB district, do PHOs (or equivalent bodies) directly provide or fund (either fully or partly) the provision of After-Hours / Urgent Care Services that meet the requirements of the provision of Urgent Care Services, as defined in the PHO Services Agreement? a. If yes, please provide details of the nature and size of services funded or directly provided by the PHO(s) (excluding financials).
4. Are General Practices within your DHB district required to fund (either fully or partly) the provision of After-Hours / Urgent Care Services that meet the requirements of the provision of Urgent Care Services, as defined in the PHO Services Agreement?
a. If yes, please provide details of the nature and size of services funded by General Practice.5. Are General Practices within your DHB district required to participate in an urgent care / after-hours / on-call roster in order to meet their Urgent Care Services obligations, as defined in the PHO Services Agreement? a. If yes, is this participation (and cost of on-call availability of clinicians) at the cost of the General Practice or another entity?

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Lower cost general practice visits – Information Sheet

Lower cost general practice visits, for children aged 13 years and under.

We are changing things to make visits to this general practice more affordable for your family and whānau.

All children aged 13 years and under enrolled with us won’t be charged a fee for a standard visit with a doctor or nurse.

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