201 Great King St, Dunedin,

Southern District has approximately 4,500 staff and is responsible for planning, funding and providing health and disability services to a population of over 315,000 located South of the Waitaki River.

Their catchment area encompasses Invercargill City, Queenstown - Lakes District, Gore, rural Southland, Clutha, Central Otago, Maniototo, Waitaki District and Dunedin City.

This means Southern District serves the largest geographic region in all of New Zealand.

Queen Street, Parkside, Timaru

South Canterbury District is one of the largest employers in the region, employing between 950 - 1000 part-time, full-time and contractors across a number of fields.

The District serves a population of 60,220 people.
2 Riccarton Ave, Christchurch Central, Christchurch

Waitaha Canterbury District Is a large and complex organisation made up of 9500 staff, 15 hospitals, seven specialist services and hundreds of different professions serving a population catchment area of 501,425. They are considered a world leader in its people centred approach to health care and has a range of healthcare services from the highly specialist services to primary and community services. The Canterbury region is made up of a unique combination of cosmopolitan urban and rural districts, set amidst the beautiful New Zealand countryside.
Te Nīkau, Grey Hospital & Health Centre. 71 Water Walk Road, Greymouth

Over 1,000 people are employed across Te Tai o Poutini West Coast, servicing a population catchment of 32,600 people. While they are the smallest District by population, they have the third largest geographical area, making them the most sparsely populated District in the country with only 1.4 people per square kilometre.

Braemar Campus, Waimea Rd, Nelson South, Nelson

Nelson Marlborough employs approximately 2,500 people to deliver healthcare to 145,000 people across the Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough regions. Located at the top of the South Island, Nelson Marlborough's population is expected to grow by 14,000 residents (nine per cent growth) by 2033.