Find out where to go for after hours and emergency medical care, pharmacies and mental health services.
In October, voting will take place to elect members to the Board that governs Capital & Coast DHB. Nominations open 19 July. Find out about standing for election and enrolling to vote.
Kāpiti residents requiring emergency ambulance care and a possible trip to Wellington Hospital now have a treatment option closer to home.
CCDHB offers a wide range of health services. Here you'll find an alphabetical list of our services. The link under each service will take you to further information.
Here you'll find a list of lead maternity carer (LMC) midwives in the CCDHB region, as well as information about our early pregnancy information sessions and breastfeeding classes.
Are you looking for your next career opportunity? In this section you can find information about working at CCDHB, living in Wellington and a link to our current vacancies.
Capital & Coast DHB and Minister of Health Dr David Clark have marked the beginning of the steel-framing work for the new children’s hospital in Wellington.
An innovative change to intravenous drip lines has seen rates of phlebitis – vein inflammation – in cardiology patients drop by almost half.
Recently completed research projects are hoped to benefit treatment and outcomes for Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) users.