Throughout the whānau kōrero engagement, it became clear that whānau do not wish to be passive recipients of our health care system, but active agents. Here are our voices.
Māori outcomes aren’t getting better. They’re getting worse. Why is that
Also, we need to pay them enough, so nurses and doctors want to come up and work here”.
I want to see more kaupapa Māori services, more Māori doctors, more Māori nurses. I want to be able to access rongoā Māori from my GP
I’d like to be able to ring up and get a prescription instead of traveling in
I’ve come back from Australia to look after my brother. He’s struggling to get into a doctor in Kaitaia. I ended up taking him to Auckland. The system…
My father just got diagnosed with a rare condition. He’s been like this for years and we didn’t know. Too late now
The GP in town hung up on me and won’t return my calls
You have to get angry and then your name is mud
I had to go to 15 different places for the same thing. Why does it have to be this complicated