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  • Stay well this winter

    Published Thursday 29 Jun 2017

    With the chilly season settling in, and ambulance callouts increasing, health and emergency services are urging people to wrap up and take good care of themselves.

  • CCDHB announce results of staff engagement survey

    Published Wednesday 28 Jun 2017

    Over two thirds of Capital & Coast District Health Board staff feel positively engaged according to their recent engagement survey.

  • Launch of the Sub Regional Disability Strategy 2017-2022

    Published Friday 9 Jun 2017

    The Sub Regional Disability Strategy 2017-2022, covering the Wairarapa, Hutt Valley and Capital and Coast District Health Board regions, has been officially launched.

  • Our kitchen rules

    Published Wednesday 24 May 2017

    Wellington Regional Hospital kitchen staff are full of beans after scoring 100 percent in their latest food safety audit.

  • Temporary fault affects hot water at Wellington Regional Hospital

    Published Friday 12 May 2017

    A fault with a boiler overnight has resulted in a temporary drop in hot water temperature at Wellington Regional Hospital.

  • Changing for the good

    Published Monday 1 May 2017

    Staff and clients at Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disabilities 3DHB (MHAIDs) forensic mental health are working to strengthen our services.

  • New space for kids at ED

    Published Tuesday 18 Apr 2017

    Children at Wellington’s emergency department now have their own waiting space away from the hustle and bustle.

  • Talking now for peace of mind later

    Published Wednesday 5 Apr 2017

    The greatest gift you can give your family is certainty about what you want towards the end of your life. That’s the message behind ‘Conversations that Count’ Day – a national campaign encouraging people to plan ahead for when their health deteriorates.

  • Shoe donations kick in for mental health

    Published Wednesday 29 Mar 2017

    A Shoe Clinic donation is helping young people experiencing psychosis to exercise and build confidence to aid their recovery.

  • High patient numbers causing longer waits in Wellington ED

    Published Tuesday 28 Mar 2017

    People may wait longer to be seen at Wellington Regional Hospital emergency department because of high patient numbers.

Last updated 7 November 2016.