22 Apr 2021

Isolated NZers want to be heard on health reform

From Checkpoint, 5:55 pm on 22 April 2021

People living in isolated areas lacking health services want their voices heard, following the health reforms announcement.

Health Minister Andrew Little says a new entity - Health NZ - will strive to make sure everyone, no matter where they live, will have access to the same level of health care.

But in more remote parts of the country people fear being forgotten and want to see issues they're facing, addressed.

Eleisha Foon reports.