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  • Infection Services team making ripples in global antibiotic awareness

    Published Thursday 9 Aug 2018

    CCDHB’s infectious diseases pharmacist Chris Little and the Infection Services team are making ripples in global antibiotic awareness.

  • Patients seeing great results from treatment change

    Published Thursday 26 Jul 2018

    Treatment changes made last year have reduced the number of hyper or hypoglycaemic – where blood glucose levels become too high or low – experienced by patients with diabetes.

  • NZNO strike action to proceed on 12 July

    Published Tuesday 10 Jul 2018

    The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) has advised that its members have voted to reject the revised offer from DHBs.

  • Hospital services on Thursday 5 July

    Published Wednesday 4 Jul 2018

    As the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) withdrew its strike notice for Thursday 5 July, hospital and community services in Wellington, Porirua and Kapiti will continue as normal on that day.

  • Strike notice withdrawn – services on 5 July

    Published Friday 29 Jun 2018

    The strike notice received from the New Zealand Nurses Organisation by all District Health Boards for Thursday, 5 July has been withdrawn.

  • Update on Chief Executive recruitment

    Published Thursday 28 Jun 2018

    The Boards of Capital & Coast and Hutt Valley DHBs have agreed to consider the possibility of appointing a single chief executive across both DHBs.

  • Kapiti transport link trial

    Published Thursday 7 Jun 2018

    Capital & Coast District Health Board (CCDHB) is trialling a Kenepuru Hospital shuttle connection to and from the Porirua railway station.

  • Breaking down language barriers

    Published Tuesday 5 Jun 2018

    Improved signs and new information sheets are helping break down language barriers at Wellington Regional Hospital’s Radiology Department.

  • Blood transfusion research may prove big help for prem babies

    Published Wednesday 30 May 2018

    Research at Wellington’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) could change how red blood cells are treated at hospitals around the world.

  • Training exercise at Wellington Regional Hospital

    Published Wednesday 23 May 2018

    Capital & Coast DHB and Wellington Free Ambulance will carry out a joint training exercise at Wellington Regional Hospital on the morning of Thursday 24 May.

Last updated 7 November 2016.