• A fun, bumpy and insightful experience for our tamariki and rangatahi

    Published Friday 18 Nov 2022

    Things got a bit bumpy at our Simulation Centre when a group of young people recently got to ride the only hospital flight simulator in the world!

  • Te Whatu Ora and Wright Family Foundation partner to provide services and support for babies and par

    Published Thursday 3 Nov 2022

    A new partnership between Te Whatu Ora Capital, Coast & Hutt Valley and the Wright Family Foundation will ensure that unwell pēpi and parents from the Hutt Valley are able to receive specialised whānau-led care and support closer to home.

  • Shake Out 2022

    Published Thursday 27 Oct 2022

    It was ‘Drop, Cover, and Hold’ for many of our teams across the District this morning who joined in on the nationwide emergency earthquake drill ShakeOut!

  • Minutes can save lives

    Published Thursday 27 Oct 2022

    World Stroke Day on Sat 29 October reminds us of the steps to identify a stroke. Learn the four FAST signs. Say it is a stroke and save precious time for those you love.

  • One of a rare kind

    Published Thursday 27 Oct 2022

    Mālo ni! For our Tokelauan Language Week celebrations we spoke with a staff member who is part of a rare group of fluent speakers of this endangered language in Aotearoa.

  • Remembering the culture, but not the language

    Published Friday 21 Oct 2022

    Fakalofa Atu! Join our Niue Language Week celebrations by taking in this story of a staff member who took drastic action after managing to keep their culture alive within their family, but not the language.

  • Te Wao Nui welcomes first patients

    Published Wednesday 19 Oct 2022

    Te Wao Nui – Wellington’s new regional child health services and hospital – welcomed their first patients this week.

  • Doing it all with a smile – The Fijian way

    Published Wednesday 5 Oct 2022

    Bula vinaka! As part of our Fijian Language Week celebrations, we had a talanoa (catch-up) with two staff members who shared how the Fijian community in Wellington rallied together to preserve their language and culture.

  • Tamariki and whānau at the heart of Te Wao Nui’s official opening

    Published Friday 30 Sep 2022

    Dawn (Friday 30 September 2022) marked the official opening of the Wellington region’s new Child Heath Service and hospital – Te Wao Nui - that has been built with the wellbeing of tamariki, rangatahi and whānau at its heart.

  • Te Pūmaomao – A mind changing experience

    Published Monday 19 Sep 2022

    Close to 30 of our Hutt Senior Medical Officers recently had an amazing experience at Te Kakano Marae attending the two-day ‘Te Pūmaomao Nationhood-Building’ Course.

Last updated 26 March 2020.