Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has today announced that all of New Zealand will move into the Red light COVID-19 setting at 11.59pm tonight (Sunday 23 January 2022).
Sending our thoughts, prayers, and good wishes to our people with family and friends in the Kingdom of Tonga.
Geriatrician Kate Scott has been recognised for her contribution to work that improves care for older people, as well as her generosity in sharing her knowledge and skills with colleagues.
Capital & Coast DHB’s Celebrating Success Volunteer of the Year winner Siaosi Anamani has become a stalwart of Porirua’s Pasifika community tackling the tough health statistics within the area.
Mental health leader Maire Ransfield has been recognised for promoting best practice in her service, which works to improve mental health care for Māori.
How one manager creates opportunities for rangatahi throughout his community
Teams at both DHBs were encouraged to nominate staff who have gone above and beyond for both patients and their peers.
The percentage of eligible Pacific people in the Wellington region is poised to push past the target of 90 percent single dose, with a further festival event set to take place tomorrow in Seaview, Petone.
We are pleased to advise that our 2DHB Maternal and Neonatal System Plan, endorsed by the DHBs’ Health System Committee (HSC), was approved by the 2DHB Board on 1 December.
On Monday 29 November Capital & Coast DHB reached the milestone of vaccinating 90 percent of the eligible population against COVID-19, the second DHB in the country to do so.