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Minister welcomes new research fellowship

by Angela Kenealy

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has welcomed the establishment of a new research health fellowship which will look at rehabilitation.

Life savers' fall victim to thieves

by NZ Police

Officials say it is disheartening to learn people putting their time and effort into saving others' lives are finding that they are being targeted by thieves.

ON YOUR FEET - Boot Camp for the elderly

by Waikato DHB

Getting back on her feet after hip surgery became achievable for Phyllis Gibbison, 84, from Hamilton thanks to a team effort.

Infection Control Week at Waikato DHB

by Waikato DHB

Infection control nurses are out in force this week (24 October) promoting their cause for good infection prevention and control

American professor talks about the value of vaccinations

by Waikato DHB

Don't assume When Harvard School of Public Health professor David Bloom first arrived in Hamilton earlier this month and saw a giant billboard saying “Don’t assume you’re immune”...

Board confirms maternity units' closure

by Waikato DHB

Primary birthing facilities run by Waikato District Health Board (DHB) in Morrinsville and Te Awamutu will close in February next year

Agencies well prepared in case of Ebola

by Kirsty Taylor-Doig

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says government agencies remain prepared to deal with any potential Ebola cases in New Zealand.

New role strengthens care for older people

by Waikato DHB

The use of an internationally recognised assessment tool in the Waikato by those caring for older people in the community has got a boost.

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