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From: Michael Vaughan

Dear Ministry of Health,

1) What is the Covid-19 treatment protocol for hospitalised cases?
2) Are some DHB's following different treatment protocols from others?
3) Are DHB's free to make decisions about treatments for individuals with Covid-19?
4) To what extent are patients able to participate in decision-making about their treatment programmes?
5) If a patient requests a blood test for Vitamin D and/or the administration of high dosage Vitamin C, are hospital staff able to provide these?
6) Do hospital staff have the right to refuse a patient's request and, if so, is there a process for a patient to appeal the decision?

Yours faithfully,

Michael Vaughan

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From: OIA Request [CCDHB]

Kia ora Michael,

Thank you for your request for official information regarding DHB
Treatment Protocols, which was transferred to Hutt Valley and Capital &
Coast District Health Boards (2DHB) from the Ministry of Health on 20
September 2021.

 

Your request has been received and logged. Due to our two DHBs sharing
information, staff, many services, and a single Chief Executive, you will
receive a joint 2DHB response to your request. Please be assured that
separate data sets will apply to each DHB in our joint response.

 

As required under the OIA, we will respond to your request within 20
working days. You should therefore receive a response on or before 18
October 2021.

 

If a large amount of information has been requested or if 2DHB needs to
consult in order to make a decision, we may need to extend this date (this
is provided for in section 15A of the Act). We will advise you if such an
extension is necessary.

 

If you have any queries, please feel free to contact 2DHB by return email
or by emailing us at [email address] or
[email address]. If any additional factors come to light
which are relevant to your request, please do not hesitate to contact us
so that these can be taken into account.

 

You have the right to seek an investigation and review by the Ombudsman.
Information about how to make a complaint is available at
www.ombudsman.parliament.nz or free phone 0800 802 602.

 

Ngā mihi,

 

OIA Requests |Ūpoko ki te uru Hauora | Capital & Coast and Hutt Valley
District Health Boards

 

 

 

From: Michael Vaughan <[1][FOI #16802 email]>
Sent: Sunday, 19 September 2021 23:12
To: OIA Requests <[2][email address]>
Subject: Official Information request - DHB Treatment Protocols

 

Dear Ministry of Health,

1) What is the Covid-19 treatment protocol for hospitalised cases?
2) Are some DHB's following different treatment protocols from others?
3) Are DHB's free to make decisions about treatments for individuals with
Covid-19?
4) To what extent are patients able to participate in decision-making
about their treatment programmes?
5) If a patient requests a blood test for Vitamin D and/or the
administration of high dosage Vitamin C, are hospital staff able to
provide these? 
6) Do hospital staff have the right to refuse a patient's request and, if
so, is there a process for a patient to appeal the decision?

Yours faithfully,

Michael Vaughan

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From: Michael Vaughan

Dear OIA Request [CCDHB],

Thank you for referring my enquiry to the two DHB's.

Could you possibly also refer to Waitemata DHB is that is my local DHB?

Yours sincerely,

Michael Vaughan

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From: OIA Request [CCDHB]

Kia ora Michael,

If you would also like a response from Waitemata DHB, you will need to send a request their way. You can contact them here https://www.waitematadhb.govt.nz/contact...

Ngā mihi,

OIA Requests |Ūpoko ki te uru Hauora | Capital & Coast and Hutt Valley District Health Boards

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Kia ora Michael

 

We are considering  your attached request for information under the
guidelines of the NZ Ombudsman and against the Official Information Act
(1982) section 12(1)a-e) “Right of Access to Certain Official Information”
i.e. that the person requesting the information is:
(a) a New Zealand citizen; or
(b) a permanent resident of New Zealand; or
(c) a person who is in New Zealand; or
(d) a body corporate which is incorporated in New Zealand; or
(e) a body corporate which is incorporated outside New Zealand, but
which has a place of business in New Zealand
[1][1]https://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/publ...

Can you please provide verification that you fit the above criteria for
requesting Official Information from the CDHB? We do not have the capacity
to respond to overseas Official Information Act requests. 

At present, all we have for you is your name and a fyi.org email address. 

Could you please provide us with:

A residential address within NZ and a contact phone number (NZ landline or
mobile ph)

We have logged your request (OIA2021092004) however we have put your
request
on hold while we await the above verification.

 

 

 

Nâku ite noa, nâ

 

Robyn Fitzgerald

2DHB Senior Correspondence and Official Information Act Advisor |
Communications and Engagement Unit|  Hutt Valley and Capital & Coast
District Health Boards

M: 027 277 4261 | T: 04 570 9488 | Ext: 9488 | [2]www.huttvalleydhb.org.nz
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From: Michael Vaughan

Dear Robyn Fitzgerald [CCDHB],

My mobile is 027-249-2817. I am happy to supply my home address but would prefer not to do so in a public reply. Please supply an email address to which I can forward this information.

Yours sincerely,

Michael Vaughan

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From: Robyn Fitzgerald [CCDHB]

Thank you Michael.

You can email me directly using my email details below. I would recommend not to use the fyi email address should you wish to keep these details private.

Kind regards

Robyn

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From: Michael Vaughan

Dear Robyn Fitzgerald [CCDHB],

I clicked on the link to e-mail address next to your name but it took me to another page which did not include your email address - please advise thanks.

Yours sincerely,

Michael Vaughan

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From: Robyn Fitzgerald [CCDHB]

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From: Michael Vaughan

Dear Robyn Fitzgerald [CCDHB],

Sorry Robyn, that link took me to the same page again and it is not clear to me which e-mail I can use to contact you with my private address details.

Yours sincerely,

Michael Vaughan

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From: Robyn Fitzgerald [CCDHB]

Michael that is my own email address at this organisation. Unlike the fyi address it is not linked to anyone else.

Regards

Robyn

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Kia ora Michael,

 

Please find attached a letter regarding your request for information.

 

Kind regards,

 

OIA Services

Government Services

Office of the Director-General

Ministry of Health

E: [email address]

 

 

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Dear Michael Vaughan

 

The Ministry of Health has transferred to us your OIA request as attached.
We will endeavour to respond to it as soon as possible and in any event
within 20 working days.  If we are unable to respond to your request by
then, we will notify you of an extension of that timeframe.  If any
additional factors come to light which are relevant to your request,
please do not hesitate to contact us so that these can be taken into
account.

 

We operate a proactive release policy where the Ministry publishes
information on this website. As part of the policy we publish selected OIA
responses that may be of public interest. We may publish the OIA response
we send to you with your personal details redacted.

 

Regards, Zelda

 

Zelda Rogers | Quality & Innovation Coordinator

 

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Dear Michael

Re: Official Information Act request – Treatment protocols

 

The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board acknowledges receipt of your
request for Information under the Official Information Act 1982 (“the
Act”), as transferred from the Ministry of Health, and received on 30
September 2021.

 

Your request has been forwarded to the appropriate person/service for
response within 20 working days of receipt, and if we are unable to
respond to your request by 29 October 2021 we will notify you of an
extension of that timeframe.

 

Consistent with the purpose of the Act, the letter notifying you of the
decision on your request will confirm if we intend to publish the
information contained in the response online, with your
personal/identifying information redacted.

We will endeavour to respond to your request as soon as reasonably
practicable.

 

Thank you for your request.

 

Nelson Marlborough District Health Board | Private Bag 18 | Nelson 7040 |
[1]www.nmdhb.govt.nz

 

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From: On Behalf Of OIA Requests
Sent: Thursday, 30 September 2021 11:51 AM
To: Cc: OIA Requests <[email address]>
Subject: Transfer of OIA request - DHB treatment protocols

 

Kia ora,

Thank you for accepting transfer of this OIA request from Michael Vaughan
as advised by TAS on 22 September 2021.

 

As such, please find attached a copy of our formal letter notifying the
requester that their request is being transferred to you for response,
including a copy of the original OIA request.

This emails serves as a formal transfer of this request under the Official
Information Act 1982.

 

Ngâ mihi,

 

Coordinator l OIA Services l Office of the Director-General l Manatû
Hauora Ministry of Health

[3]www.health.govt.nz

[4]Ministry of Health information releases

 

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On behalf of Debbie Brown, Senior Advisor, Governance & Quality- BOPDHB

 

We acknowledge receipt of your OIA request transferred to us by the
Ministry of Health today.  We will respond as soon as possible.

 

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we along with many other agencies
have diverted significant resources from across our organisation to
support the response.  It may therefore be necessary to extend the time
required to respond to your request.  

 

Kind regards.

 

Maria Moller

PA to Senior Advisor Governance & Quality

 

Governance & Quality / CEO Office

Bay of Plenty District Health Board| Tauranga Hospital | Cameron Road |
Private Bag 12024 | Tauranga 3143 

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From: OIA Request <[email address]>
Sent: Thursday, 30 September 2021 2:13 pm
To: [email address]
Subject: Transfer of OIA Request - DHB Treatment Protocols

 

On behalf of Debbie Brown, Senior Advisor, Governance & Quality- BOPDHB

 

We acknowledge receipt of your email transferring the OIA request of
Michael Vaughan.

 

Kind regards.

 

Maria Moller

PA to Senior Advisor Governance & Quality

 

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Bay of Plenty District Health Board| Tauranga Hospital | Cameron Road |
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From: Alex Coxsey <[7][email address]> On Behalf Of OIA
Requests
Sent: Thursday, 30 September 2021 11:51 am
To: [8][email address];
[9][email address]; Priscilla Philip (ADHB)
<[10][email address]>; OIA Request (CMDHB)
<[11][email address]>; [12][email address];
OIA Request <[13][email address]>;
[14][email address]; [15][email address];
[16][email address]; [17][email address]; [18][email address];
[19][email address];
[20][email address]; [21][email address];
OIA Request [CCDHB] <[22][email address]>;
[23][email address]; Kathleen Smitheram
<[24][email address]>; [25][email address]; OIA
<[26][email address]>
Cc: OIA Requests <[27][email address]>
Subject: Transfer of OIA request - DHB treatment protocols

 

Kia ora,

Thank you for accepting transfer of this OIA request from Michael Vaughan
as advised by TAS on 22 September 2021.

 

As such, please find attached a copy of our formal letter notifying the
requester that their request is being transferred to you for response,
including a copy of the original OIA request.

This emails serves as a formal transfer of this request under the Official
Information Act 1982.

 

Ngā mihi,

 

Alex Coxsey

Coordinator l OIA Services l Office of the Director-General l Manatū
Hauora Ministry of Health

[28]www.health.govt.nz

[29]Ministry of Health information releases

 

 

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Good afternoon Michael,
 
I refer to your Official Information Act request to the Ministry of Health
(REF:H202113000) which has been transferred to individual district health
boards for response.
 
This is an acknowledgement email from Hawke’s Bay DHB that the transfer
request has been received and your OIA with our DHB has given the
Ref:OIA2021129.
 
Under the Official Information Act 1982, we have 20 working days from
receipt of referral.  Therefore we anticipate a response back to you on or
before 29 October 2021.
 
If we are unable to respond to your request within the required 20 working
days, we will notify you of an extension of that timeframe. If any
additional factors come to light which are relevant to your request,
please do not hesitate to contact us so that these can be taken into
account.
 
Ngâ mihi
Kristie Saywell
OIA Coordinator and Communications Advisor
Communications Service
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board
Private Bag 9014, Hastings 4156
T: 06 878-8109 Extn: 6326
 
 
 
 

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Dear Michael,

 

Please accept this as an acknowledgement of your Official Information Act
request below, as transferred to us from the Ministry of Health. I will
have a response to you on or before 29 October 2021.

 

1) What is the Covid-19 treatment protocol for hospitalised cases?

2) Are some DHB's following different treatment protocols from others?

3) Are DHB's free to make decisions about treatments for individuals with
Covid-19?

4) To what extent are patients able to participate in decision-making
about their treatment programmes?

5) If a patient requests a blood test for Vitamin D and/or the
administration of high dosage Vitamin C, are hospital staff able to
provide these?

6) Do hospital staff have the right to refuse a patient's request and, if
so, is there a process for a patient to appeal the decision?”

 

Southern DHB, like other agencies across the state sector, supports the
open disclosure of information to assist the public’s understanding of how
we are delivering publicly-funded healthcare. This includes the proactive
publication of anonymised Official Information Act responses on our
website from 10 working days after they have been released. If you believe
that there are any special reasons why proactive disclosure should not
apply to our response to you, we will be happy to consider this.

 

Kind regards,

Rachael

 

Rachael McCallum, OIA Coordinator

Internal Ext: 55454 | DDI: 03 476 9454 | Email:
[1][email address

Southern District Health Board

Kind – Manaakitanga | Open – Pono | Positive – Whaiwhakaaro | Community -
Whanaungatanga

Please note that my usual office hours are: Mon, Tues, & Thurs 9am –
2.30pm, Wed 9am – 12:30pm

 

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Dear Michael

 

We are considering  your request for information under the guidelines of
the NZ Ombudsman and against the Official Information Act (1982) section
12(1)a-e) “Right of Access to Official Information” i.e. that the person
requesting the information is:

(a) a New Zealand citizen; or

(b) a permanent resident of New Zealand; or

(c) a person who is in New Zealand; or

(d) a body corporate which is incorporated in New Zealand; or

(e) a body corporate which is incorporated outside New Zealand, but which
has a place of business in New Zealand

[1]https://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/publ...

 Can you please provide verification that you fit the above criteria for
requesting Official Information from the CDHB.  We do not have the
capacity to respond to overseas Official Information Act requests.

 At present all we have for you is your name and the FYI.org email
address.  Could you please provide us with:

 A residential address within NZ and a contact phone number (NZ landline
or NZ mobile)

 We have logged your request (CDHB 10727 & WCDHB 9612 – Acknowledgement
letter attached) however we have put your request on hold while we await
the above verification.

Kind regards

 

Kathleen Smitheram

 

Canterbury District Health Board and West Coast District Health Board

Official Information Act Co-ordinator, Planning and Funding

Level 2, 32 Oxford Terrace

PO Box 1600

Christchurch 8140

 

 

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Good morning Michael

To advise that we received this transfer from the Ministry of Health into the OIA office today and we will respond as soon as possible.

Tina Kellow | OIA Coordinator | Wairarapa DHB
Phone 06 946 9800 Ext 5861
[email address] | www.wairarapa.dhb.org.nz
Please note my working week is Monday, Tuesday,Thursday, Friday 0800 to 1300

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Hi Michael

Thank you for your Official Information Act request, received yesterday by
way of transfer from the MoH.  

 

We are working on a response for you, which will be sent as soon as
practical and within the 20 working day timeframe as per the Ombudsman's
Guidance, by 29 October 2021.  We will contact you if we have any queries
with the request or need to extend the timeframe for your response. In
those cases, we will advise why the extension is necessary, and indicate
when the response will be ready.

 

Please note that, like all DHBs across New Zealand, Counties Manukau DHB
has begun a process of proactive disclosure, which means OIA responses
will be publicly available via our website around 10 days after they have
been released.  Our response will advise if we intend to publish the
response, (with personal information removed) and related documents on the
CMDHB website. If you advise us of special reasons why proactive
disclosure should not apply to your response, we will consider this. 

 

Kind regards

Dinah

 

 

Dinah Nicholas

Executive Assistant to Margie Apa - Chief Executive Officer

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Kia ora Michael

 

Please find attached a response to your Official Information Act request
OIA2021092004 regarding management of Covid-19 patients transferred by
Ministry of Health and received by Capital & Coast (CCDHB) and Hutt Valley
(HVDHB) District Health Boards on the 20 September 2021.

 

I trust this information fulfils your request. You have the right, under
section 28 of the OIA, to seek an investigation and review by the
Ombudsman of this decision. Information about how to make a complaint is
available at [1]www.ombudsman.parliament.nz or you can free phone 0800 802
602.

 

 

Nāku ite noa, nā

 

Robyn Fitzgerald

2DHB Senior Correspondence and Official Information Act Advisor |
Communications and Engagement Unit|  Hutt Valley and Capital & Coast
District Health Boards

M: 027 277 4261 | T: 04 570 9488 | Ext: 9488 | [2]www.huttvalleydhb.org.nz
| [3]www.ccdhb.org.nz

 

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Please see attached response.

 

Cheers

 

Shan Tapsell

Communications Advisor

Lakes District Health Board

Rotorua Hospital

Pukeroa Hill

Private Bag 3923

Rotorua Mail Centre

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From: Michael Vaughan

Dear Kathleen Smitheram,

I confirm that I live in New Zealand as a permanent resident. My address is 109 Pemberton Avenue, Bayview, Auckland 0629. Mobile is 027-249-2817.

Yours sincerely,

Michael Vaughan

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From: Michael Vaughan

Dear Shan Tapsell,

Thank you for you response.

Regarding your response to my Question 5, I appreciate that it depends upon the nature of the request and the patient's symptoms etc. Specifically, if a patient has Covid-19 and requests a Vitamin D test and/or supplementation, would this request be considered reasonable? Would a request for high-dosage Vitamin C be granted? As you know, there is plenty of evidence that both play an important role in the immune system. Would a request for other helpful treatments be granted, such as supplementation with zinc and a zinc ionophore? The reason for my question is that I would like to know the extent to which a patient's treatment is a 'partnership' rather than a patient being told what treatment will be given. Are patients informed about other medications, e.g. anti-viral drugs, steroids etc and given some say in the final combination of treatments applied?

Regarding your response to my question 6, who would be giving this second opinion and is there a complaints or appeal process if the patient is not happy with this second opinion?

Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

Michael Vaughan

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From: Shan Tapsell

Hi Michael

I will ask.

Cheers

Shan Tapsell
Communications Advisor
Lakes District Health Board
Rotorua Hospital
Pukeroa Hill
Private Bag 3923
Rotorua Mail Centre
Rotorua 3046
Phone (07) 349 7955 extn:8491

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Good afternoon Michael

In relation to your OIA request that was transferred from the Ministry of
Health, please find attached a response from Taranaki District Health
Board.

Regards

Lisa

 

 

Lisa Varga

PA to Chief Executive

Taranaki District Health Board

Private Bag 2016, New Plymouth

Phone 06 753 7781

 

 

 

From: Alex Coxsey <[email address]> On Behalf Of OIA Requests
Sent: Thursday, 30 September 2021 11:51 AM
To: [email address]; [email address];
Priscilla Philip (ADHB) <[email address]>; OIA Request (CMDHB)
<[email address]>; [email address];
[email address]; [email address]; [email address];
[email address]; Lisa Varga [TDHB] <[email address]>;
[email address]; [email address];
[email address]; [email address]; OIA
Request [CCDHB] <[email address]>; [email address];
Kathleen Smitheram <[email address]>;
[email address]; OIA <[email address]>
Cc: OIA Requests <[email address]>
Subject: Transfer of OIA request - DHB treatment protocols

 

Kia ora,

Thank you for accepting transfer of this OIA request from Michael Vaughan
as advised by TAS on 22 September 2021.

 

As such, please find attached a copy of our formal letter notifying the
requester that their request is being transferred to you for response,
including a copy of the original OIA request.

This emails serves as a formal transfer of this request under the Official
Information Act 1982.

 

Ngā mihi,

 

Alex Coxsey

Coordinator l OIA Services l Office of the Director-General l Manatū
Hauora Ministry of Health

[1]www.health.govt.nz

[2]Ministry of Health information releases

 

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