For previous years go to HBDHB Annual Plan Archive
For previous years go to Archived Annual Reports
Current plans and strategies
Best Start: Healthy Eating and Activity 2016-20
A plan for improving healthy eating and active lives for children in Hawke’s Bay.
Community Based Pharmacy Services in Hawke's Bay
Strategic Direction 2016-2020
Improving Health Services for Older People Strategy 2011-26 A plan to ensure that the needs of older people can be met by services which are clinically and financially sustainable in the face of a significant growth in the older population.
MAI Māori Health Strategy 2014-19
Regional Tobacco Strategy 2015-20
This strategy identifies a framework for Hawke's Bay for working together towards achieving the government goal of reducing smoking prevalence to less than five percent by 2025.
Youth Health Strategy 2016-19
Creating healthy opportunities for youth.
Health Equity in Hawke's Bay 2014 Health inequities are differences in health outcomes that are avoidable and preventable and therefore unfair. But they are not inevitable.
Our Quality Picture 2016
This publication demonstrates our commitment to quality improvement initiatives and updates you on progress. It includes our performance against national quality and safety indicators.
Our Quality Picture 2017 - This is a snapshot of how our health system is working to mee the needs of the Hawke's Bay community. We outline our progress and how we stack up nationally against patient safety priorities and national health targets.
Pacific Health Action Plan 2014-18
The overarching goal is to have a health and strong Hawke's Bay Pacific community that is informed, empowered and supported to improve the management of their health and the health of their families.
Supporting healthy communities 2012-15
This three year Strategic Plan for population health in Hawke’s Bay and the Chatham Islands aims to improve population health; especially the health and wellbeing of Māori, Pacific and high needs communities.
Transform and Sustain 2013 - The next five years
A framework to improve performance and develop a culture of cooperation and collaboration across the local health sector so that the Hawke's Bay community can be confident we are working to provide a better health service.