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  • Oxygen no longer ‘holy water’ for ICU: study

    Published Thursday 31 Oct 2019

    A world-first trial may change how oxygen is administered to intensive care patients across the world.

  • Radiographers to take strike action

    Published Thursday 24 Oct 2019

    Medical Imaging Technologists (MITs) – or ‘radiographers’ – who are members of the APEX union are undertaking five days of partial and full strike action.

  • New nurses join MHAIDS specialist training programme

    Published Wednesday 23 Oct 2019

    The Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) has welcomed 13 new nurses to its specialist training programme.

  • Expression of Interest – Maternity Consumer Representative

    Published Friday 18 Oct 2019

    Do you have networks with maternity groups, have used DHB maternity services in the last five years, have the ability to take a wider Wellington district view as well as a local community perspective?

  • Incompatible kidney transplants a reality in Wellington

    Published Thursday 17 Oct 2019

    Patients needing incompatible kidney transplants no longer need to travel to Auckland or Christchurch thanks to close collaboration between the Renal Service and the New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS).

  • MHAIDS to host international neuropsychiatry expert

    Published Monday 7 Oct 2019

    International cognitive neuropsychiatry expert Professor Anthony David will share his expertise at a special public lecture in Wellington on Wednesday 23 October.

  • Information on cyber incident affecting lower North Island PHOs

    Published Saturday 5 Oct 2019

    Capital & Coast DHB has been made aware of an unauthorised intrusion to the digital information systems of Tū Ora Compass. This does not include private information kept by GPs as part of the notes they take when you consult your doctor.

  • Radiographers to take strike action

    Published Friday 27 Sep 2019

    Medical Imaging Technologists (MITs) – often known as ‘radiographers’ – who are members of the APEX union are undertaking two 24-hour strike actions.

  • Vascular service makes appointments more convenient and greener

    Published Tuesday 17 Sep 2019

    Better use of technology is making hospital appointments more convenient for hundreds of patients and helping to reduce carbon emissions.

  • Education units support future workforce

    Published Thursday 12 Sep 2019

    Nursing students are receiving enhanced training and support through the latest Dedicated Education Units (DEUs) at Wellington Regional Hospital and the Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS).

Last updated 7 November 2016.