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Early diagnosis meant turning the volume up

by Amy Thomsen

Four-year-old Nadia Esfahani’s life was changed by the Waikato DHB’s Newborn Hearing Screening Programme, which is currently celebrating its 10th year.

The sooner the better if you’re having a baby

by Amy Thomsen

Less pregnant women living in the Hauraki area register with a midwife as early as they should compared with the rest of the Waikato District Health Board area.

Conversations that Count

by Peter Abernethy

An advisory committee for ethical issues in healthcare supports the National Advance Care Planning Cooperative’s national awareness day, Conversations that

Midlands marae to receive safe sleep devices

by Amy Thomsen

The sad tale of the death of a five-month Wellington baby of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) reported this morning is the exact reason iwi in the

New campaign to put the spotlight on measles

by Angela Kenealy

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed the launch of a new campaign which encourages people to check if they have been immunised against measles.

Patient safety campaign to focus on surgery

by Angela Kenealy

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has launched the next phase of the national patient safety campaign Open for better care, which focuses on reducing harm

Don’t let flu spoil your Easter holidays

by Brenda Saunders

Health experts at the National Influenza Specialist Group (NISG) say Kiwis should make sure they get an influenza vaccination before they head off for the

$3.5 million funding boost for colonoscopies

by Bill de la Mare

Health Minister Tony Ryall says up to $3.5 million is being allocated for extra colonoscopies - the latest announcement in the government’s drive to improve

Health warning for Lake Ngaroto

by Waikato District Health Board

A new health warning has been issued today for Lake Ngaroto, near Te Awamutu.

Countdown staff visit Waikids services

by Amy Thomsen

Countdown staff visited Waikato Hospital last week to see what their hard fundraising efforts had bought in the latest funding round of the Countdown

New marker added to rate DHB safety

by Angela Kenealy

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has today welcomed data on Surgical Site Infections (SSI), which has been added to DHBs quarterly reporting on Quality and

Shaun will fix it at Tokoroa, yes he can

by Mary Anne Gill

Shaun Carlton’s work history includes helping build Hong Kong Airport and disassembling churches in Russia, so you would expect redeveloping two ward blocks at

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