Better use of technology is making hospital appointments more convenient for hundreds of patients and helping to reduce carbon emissions.
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).
A new partnership with a charitable trust will see more than 1000 unneeded electronic items diverted from landfill each year – many being repurposed for worthy organisations in our communities.
Psychologists who are members of the APEX union will undertake strike action from 8am Tuesday 3 September to 8am Tuesday 1 October.
A Capital & Coast DHB staff member has fallen victim to an email phishing scam that has seen thousands of emails sent from their address to email addresses across New Zealand and internationally.
Capital & Coast DHB and Minister of Health Dr David Clark have marked the beginning of the steel-framing work for the new children’s hospital in Wellington.
An innovative change to intravenous drip lines has seen rates of phlebitis – vein inflammation – in cardiology patients drop by almost half.
Recently completed research projects are hoped to benefit treatment and outcomes for Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) users.
Capital & Coast DHB Board Chair Andrew Blair and Teresa Wall, Chair of the Māori Partnership Board, say their thoughts are with June Jackson's whānau on the sad news of her passing.
A new project that gives local children hands-on experience in growing, cooking and eating more fruit and vegetables has the potential to help slow obesity and prevent diseases.