Annual Report 2012/2013 (PDF, 57 pages, 1.3 MB)
Annual Review 2013 (PDF, 28 pages, 927 KB)
He aha ngā mahi a te rongoā? What do medicines do?
Importance of Rongoā, understanding Rongoā, Prof. Mason Durie
Why do names change? Will the new brand work in the same way?
Meet members of the Māori Responsiveness Team
Te Whaioranga Māori Responsiveness Strategy action plan (16 pages, 1 MB)
It is with incredible sadness that we let you know Tamati Tuhoro James Davis has passed away. Our thoughts and aroha are with Tamati’s whānau at this time.
Tamati was one of the first people to engage with the One Heart Many Lives programme run by PHARMAC. He helped shape the development of One Heart Many Lives, becoming a hero of the programme. He was big hearted, kind and a wonderful ambassador for the programme - losing 115kgs in just over 16 months. Though he was aware that his heart was damaged permanently he did not give up, instead he used his experience and understanding of heart disease to inspire others to strive for a healthy heart and life. Tamati gave hope to many, many other men and whanau.
Tamati’s efforts earned him much respect and aroha from everyone at PHARMAC, especially the team that worked so closely with him over the years: Karen Jacobs-Grant, Marama Parore and Roy Hoerara. An inspiration, a taonga, a friend.
Haere atu rā e hoa.
He Rongoā Pai, He Oranga Whānau. Whānau staying well with medicines.
Space to Breathe - a place for you to easily learn about and take care of your asthma.
Inspiring Māori and Pacific Island men to get a heart check and stay healthy.
The Māori Responsiveness Team support PHARMAC staff by providing practical insights and tips for working with Māori whānau.
(The button takes you to the PDF of Te Ara Poutama that's 1 MB large.)