Official Information Act (OIA) requests
Find out how to make requests for official information and browse published responses by category.
What is the Official Information Act (OIA)?
People can request official information held by government services and can expect it to be made available unless there is a good reason to withhold it.
We are committed to openness and transparency in the provision of public health services.
The Official Information Act (OIA) gives New Zealanders the right to access information.
How to make a request
Please email all Official Information Act (OIA) requests to: [email protected]
Please note: This address is only for requests to be considered under the Official Information Act (1982).
You may find it useful to read the Ombudsman website for more information.
You can see data on the number of requests we receive each year and the timeliness of our responses on the Public Services Commission website.
Proactive release of official information
We proactively release official information responses of interest to the wider public and suitable for publication.
Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand OIA responses have been proactively released from 1 January 2023.
Te Whatu Ora Nelson Marlborough OIA responses that have been proactively released from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2022 are available here to browse by category:
Clinical services 2022
Clinical services 2021
Clinical services 2020
Finance, performance and facilities 2022
Finance, performance and facilities 2021
Finance, performance and facilities 2020
Mental health and addiction 2022
Mental health and addiction 2021
Mental health and addiction 2020
People and capability 2022
People and capability 2021
People and capability 2020
Strategy, primary and community 2022
Strategy, primary and community 2021
Strategy, primary and community 2020
Page last updated: 27/11/2023