This summer will be our first under COVID-19 conditions. It’s important we look after ourselves and our whānau over the festive season and summer holidays.
Get their sore throat checked every time.
Find out about appointments and visiting the hospital during alert level 1.
Find out where to go for after hours and emergency medical care, pharmacies and mental health services.
There are no longer restrictions on visiting new mums and babies. Find out more about maternity care and giving birth at our hospitals.
View the latest COVID-19 testing numbers across our region here.
Community testing sites have been set up in areas where they can best meet the needs of local communities. Find out more about locations and opening hours.
Members of a community health team are working to deliver a better experience for Māori staff and patients through education and challenging biases.
A team of midwives that provides care to women with complex needs has been recognised at Capital & Coast DHB’s annual awards ceremony.
A neonatal physiotherapist at Wellington Regional Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) has been awarded for implementing a tool to help diagnose infants at high risk of motor disabilities such as cerebral palsy.