Formed in 1996 as an Incorporated Society, PMA was established to provide a forum for Pacific medical professionals including doctors, medical students and other health professionals, in order to nurture and grow Pacific health professionals. As the organisation has prospered through the voluntary efforts of its executive committees, members and many sponsors and supporters, it has grown to become a leader in workforce development in the region.
A network of Pacific health professionals, working collaboratively to strengthen Pacific health workforce capacity and capability and meet the health needs of Pacific people in the region. Access the Members Portal here:
The Pasifika Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency which currently is engaged with over 65,000 Pacific people or 22% of the Pacific population in New Zealand, from Kaitaia to Invercargill. Pasifika Futures supports Pacific families to achieve their aspirations in health, housing, education, training and economic development.
Etu Pasifika, meaning Pacific Star, is an Integrated Primary Care, Mental Health and Wellbeing Whānau Ora service - providing a range of support services delivered by Pacific health professionals, trained and skilled community workers and Navigators.
Etu Pasifika Auckland, formerly known as Mt Wellington Integrated Healthcare, is an Integrated Primary Care, Whānau Ora service - providing a range of support services delivered by Pacific health professionals, trained and skilled community workers and Navigators.
PACMAT health professionals are highly skilled and experienced in providing support in emergency response situations in the Pacific. PACMAT includes experts from a range of disciplines: emergency medicine, primary care, paediatrics, surgery, anaesthetics, public health, and mental health.
It is the only Medline listed medical and public health journal published specifically for Pacific Island countries. The PHD promotes all research pertaining to the Pacific region with a particular focus on Community Health and Clinical Medicine.