Hospital surgical supplies are playing a big role in helping Wellington’s smallest – and furriest – patients get the treatment they need and find a good home.
Hundreds of thousands of people are on track to receive enhanced services and improved access options at GP practices and medical centres across greater Wellington.
Capital & Coast DHB will survey staff, patients and visitors to find out how happy they are with the retail cafés operating on hospital grounds.
Kat Groenewald has become the latest nurse to receive a prestigious scholarship to develop her specialist palliative care skills.
Local health providers have banded together to boost the health and wellbeing of thousands of Pacific people across greater Wellington.
Patients are being encouraged to think about what they’d want if their health deteriorated, and to record their wishes before a crisis hits.
The health workers of the future were out in force to find out about the opportunities on offer at the region’s hospitals.
Patients are receiving faster, and more-informed, care and advice following the rollout of iPads to 52 health professionals working in the community.
One of the country’s busiest intensive care units will be expanded to enable nearly 100 additional complex surgeries per year.
Innovation and sensitivity are the cornerstones of the approach to treating very large – ‘bariatric’ – patients at local hospitals.