Te Puia Springs hospital

Brendon Mills made this Official Information request to Ministry of Health

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From: Brendon Mills

Dear Ministry of Health,

In 1999, Te Puia Springs Hospital was transferred into iwi ownership.

I would like to obtain pdf copies of all reports, advise, correspondence, press releasesetc into this transactions, with a focus of why this was made.

Yours faithfully,

Brendon Mills

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Kia ora Brendon,


Thank you for your request for official information. The Ministry's
reference number for your request is: H202200191.  


As required under the Official Information Act 1982, the Ministry will
endeavour to respond to your request no later than 20 working days after
the day your request was received. If you'd like to calculate the
timeframe, you can use the Ombudsman's online calculator
here: [1]http://www.ombudsman.parliament.nz/


Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic response, the Ministry is experiencing
significantly higher volumes of queries and requests for information. If
we are unable to respond to your request within this time frame, we will
notify you of an extension of that time frame.


If you have any queries related to this request, please do not hesitate to
get in touch.


Ngā mihi


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