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Toitoi Manawa-Tāmaki Hub is the home of the Toi Ora teams. 'The Hub' provides centralised access to all the Toi Ora teams, services as well as external hauora services and co-locaters.

Toitoi Manawa Services

Toitoi Manawa Health Centre

The Toitoi Manawa-Tāmaki Hub clinical team provide a range of immunisations and testing.

As well as onsite services, the team also cater to outreach and home visits.

To arrange outreach or a home visits:
call 0800 934 688 or email

Immunisations & Testing

Below is a list of the immunisations and tests that can be provided by Toitoi Manawa

  • Toitoi Manawa provide both Pfizer & Novavax COVID-19 vaccinations as well as Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs).

    Everyone in New Zealand aged 5 or over can get a free COVID-19 vaccination.


    You can get an additional booster now if you are: 

    • aged 30 and over  
    • pregnant, and aged 16 or over 
    • aged 12 to 29 and at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.

    If you have had COVID-19 and are eligible for a booster, it is recommended you wait 6 months after testing positive.

    Pēpī & Tamariki:

    • aged 6 months to 4 years can get the paediatric Pfizer vaccine if they are at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19. For more info click here
  • Influenza immunisation is recommended and offered free to:

    • Pregnant women (any trimester)
    • People aged 65 years older
    • Māori and Pacific peoples aged 55 to 64 years
    • People aged under 65 years with any of the medical conditions listed in this pdf
    • People under 65 years of age who have schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, or schizoaffective disorder; OR are currently accessing secondary or tertiary mental health and addiction services
    • Children aged 6 months to 12 years inclusive

    For those not eligible, Toitoi Manawa offer flu imms at $30.00 per person.

  • Boostrix protects against Tetanus, Whooping Cough and Diphtheria.

    Who is eligible:

    • Anyone 10 years or older- who has not had all of their childhood immunisations
    • Pregnant women (Reccommended From 16 weeks pregnant).
    • 11 years old, as part of the normal vaccination schedule
    • 45 years old- can get a catch up dose if received less than 4 doses.
    • 65 years old - as part of normal vaccination schedule
    • Unvaccinated caregivers of babies admitted to neonatal units or special baby care units
    • After chemotherapy Before/After splenectomy or organ transplant Requiring renal dialysis
  • MMR immunisation recommendations:

    • Children should get a dose at 12 months & 15 months

    Anyone who is ALL of the following can get two doses of 4 weeks apart:

    • Born from 1969 onwards
    • Over 1 years old
    • Has not had both doses
  • The Gardisal vaccine is designed to protect men and women from types of Human Papillomavirus infection that cause most cervical, anal and genital cancers as well as some throat and mouth cancers.

    Who is eligible:

    • Immunisation is free for everyone age 9 to 26 inclusive.
    • For age 9-14, two doses are required at least 6 months apart.
    • For those beginning vaccination at age 15 or older will need 3 doses
    • The immunisation is expected to provide long-lasting effectiveness, well into adulthood. 
  • Hepatitis-C is a treatable disease and it takes less than 10 minutes to conduct the test. 

    The test is free for those at ask of contracting Hepatitis-C:

    • If you had a blood transfusion before 1992 in NZ
    • If you have received a tattoo or body piercing using unsterile equipment
    • If you have used unclean needles for any reason
    • Lived or had medical treatement in a high-risk country (e.g Pakistan, Russia, developing countries in Africa and Asia).
    • If you have done time in Prison
    • If you were born to a mother with HCV
    • If you are aged 35-69

Whānau Engagement Hub

Based at Tāmaki Hub, the Engagement Hub is the Toi Ora call centre, navigating whānau to relative Toi Ora teams.

In addition, the team also provides kai support for whānau isolating with COVID-19 and those experiencing hardship (Auckland based) .

call 0800 934 688 or email

Whānau Engagement Hub Services

  • The Whānau engagement hub provides Kai support for whānau:

    • Isolating with COVID-19
    • Experiencing Financial Hardship

    For hardship support, please note:

    • A criteria applies
    • Hardship kai support can only be accessed ONCE.

    For Kai Support call or email:

    0800 934 688

Māori Food Network Distribution Centre

On behalf of Te Taumata Kōrero, our distribution centre packs and distributes Tahu boxes to Māori Food Network (MFN) partners for distribution into the community.

The name ‘Tahu’ was given to these kai boxes by our Distribution Team. A double entendre, Tahu is both the name of the Atua of Feasts and serves as an acronym of Tāmaki Hub.

If you have received a TAHU box from us or another MFN partner and would like to give us feedback or see changes made, please complete this survey

call 0800 934 688 or email

Programmes & Co-Locaters

  • Drop-in Sessions

    Ready Steady Quit are at Toitoi Manawa every Wednesday from 10:30am-12:30pm!

    If you’re interested or ready to begin your journey towards becoming smokefree, drop in to Toitoi Manawa to meet the RSQ team!

  • Too Tuff to Puff - Smoking Cessation Programme

    Looking to start your smokefree journey? Register for the 'Too Tuff to Puff' Smoking Cessation Programme

    Consisting of 6 Wānanga over 6 weeks, each will incorporate Kaupapa Māori activities as ways to cope without smoking, including activities such as learning to weave, Rongoā Māori, mau rākau and more! 

    18th June-30th July (Every Tuesday)
    Ōrākei Marae - Te Pou Whakairo (The Admin Building)
    Kai Is provided

    Register now using the link below