We will be prioritising urgent and acute services over non-essential services, and are reviewing planned procedures and outpatient appointments to look at what can safely be rescheduled.
As part of our work to keep everyone safe from COVID-19, we are asking people to please limit their visits to patients in hospital and to wait outside if picking patients up.
Capital & Coast DHB has been advised that Mein Street will be closed at night for road works.
Capital & Coast DHB is asking people to only use the entrance to the Wellington Emergency Department (ED) if they are specifically seeking ED care.
A new interagency pilot to provide emergency front-line support for people who ring 111 requiring an urgent mental health response in Wellington, has begun.
Patients at Wellington Regional Hospital are now being treated to a new selection of culinary delights following the introduction of a new enhanced inpatient menu.
CCDHB has joined in the launch of a new National Cervical Screening Programme (NCSP) by offering four free cervical screening clinics to women during 2020.
New security lights and cameras will soon be installed at Wellington Regional Hospital.
Hutt Valley and Wairarapa patients will soon be able to receive their dialysis treatment closer to home, with the establishment of a new satellite dialysis unit next to Hutt Hospital.
A new research collaboration between Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington and Capital and Coast District Health Board (CCDHB) seeks to understand the needs of New Zealand families whose loved ones spend their last months and days of life at home.