Capital & Coast DHB is asking people to return any items of medical equipment they have borrowed but no longer need.
Little Indie Addy (pictured) recently joined the thousands of newborns to have their hearing screened in Wellington each year.
Additional testing is helping ensure that almost 1800 cancer patients per year are receiving safe and appropriate radiation doses during radiation oncology treatment.
A number of our Resident Medical Officers (RMOs) who are members of the New Zealand Resident Doctors’ Association (NZRDA) union will withdraw their services from 8am Monday 29 April to 8am Saturday 4 May.
People receiving mental health support are buzzing about the free haircuts being provided by local student barbers and hairdressers.
DHBs have received notice that Resident Medical Officers (RMOs) who are members of the New Zealand Resident Doctors’ Association (NZRDA) union will undertake strike action around the country.
Ongoing efforts by maternal mental health specialists and the Women’s Health Service are seeing more expectant mothers receiving the support they need.
Wellington will soon become the second of only two regions in New Zealand with access to equipment that improves the placement and stability of feeding tubes.
Fionnagh Dougan has been appointed as the new joint Chief Executive (CE) for Capital & Coast and Hutt Valley District Health Boards (DHBs). She will start in the role on 1 July 2019.