District Health Boards are responsible for providing or buying Government funded health care services for the population of a specific geographical area. District Health Boards have existed since 1 January 2001. The amalgamation of Otago and Southland into the Southern District Health Board in 2010 reduced the number of District Health Boards from 21 to 20 (excluding 'Area outside District Health Board')
District Health Boards are defined at meshblock level.
Changes to District Health Boards:
Otago and Southland amalgamated to form the Southern District Health Board in 2010.
Chatham Islands Territory meshblocks transferred from Hawke's Bay District Health Board to Canterbury District Health Board in 2015.
Further information on District Health Boards can be found on the Ministry of Health website: www.health.govt.nz/new-zealand-health-system/key-h...
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