Contact our Canterbury Office


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    Providing a daytime contact phone number will assist us to get in touch with you promptly if your query requires an urgent public health response such as food poisoning or a disease outbreak.


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    Note: Mailboxes receiving submitted contact forms are not monitored when our offices are closed. This includes over the weekend, on public holidays and during the Christmas/New Year period.

    Please call your local office for details on how to contact staff on call for queries requiring an urgent public health response.

    More information

    Canterbury is a diverse region with the sea, plains and mountains. It covers from north of Kaikoura to the Rangitata River in the south, and as far west as Arthur’s Pass. Canterbury is the most populated region in the South Island, with more than 60 percent living in Christchurch. The Christchurch office also supports the health and wellbeing of the residents of the Chatham Islands.

    The Christchurch office has over 100 staff, with most working in the areas of infectious disease, environmental health, and smokefree or in educational settings.

    The Christchurch office has a Community Health Information Centre, providing health information resources free to the public. Unfortunately this Centre is not available for you to visit.

    Find out more about the work of Community and Public Health staff based in Christchurch.

    Office details

    160 Bealey Avenue
    Christchurch 8013
    New Zealand

    PO Box 1475
    Christchurch 8140
    New Zealand

    Phone: +64 3 364 1777
    Mon to Fri 8am - 5pm
    Page last updated: 18/02/2016

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