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Videoconferencing improving patient care

by Jannel Carter

Health Minister Tony Ryall has been given a first-hand demonstration of a video link that gives patients in the small central North Island community

Waikato surgeon upset at surgical mesh criticism

by Mary Anne Gill

A leading Waikato Hospital surgeon says recent publicity about surgical mesh has the potential to detract attention from real clinical issues and undermine

Exciting milestone for warm whare initiative

by Waikato DHB

Before her home was insulated, Rangi Paraha’s children were constantly unwell and away from school, two of them had been hospitalised with asthma

Measles update

by Waikato DHB

Waikato District Health Board’s Population Health has been notified of 114 confirmed measles cases to date (23 July 2014)

Waikato DHB’s new CEO part of the family

by Mary Anne Gill

Nigel Murray is now a member of a very “special family” of dedicated health professionals at Waikato District Health Board (DHB)

Free winter flu vaccine programme extended

by Angela Kenealy

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.

Waikato measles update

by Amy Meade

Waikato District Health Board’s Population Health service has to date been notified of 106 confirmed measles cases.

Eat ice cream, help babies

by Amy Meade

Who knew something as simple as empty ice cream containers could mean so much to premature and unwell babies?

Whooping cough still a threat to babies

by Angela Kenealy

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says despite a drop in the number of whooping cough cases being reported, it is still a threat to babies.

Long-serving staff give DHB sense of belonging

by Mary Anne Gill

Outgoing Waikato District Health Board chief executive Craig Climo always made it a priority to attend staff service recognition award ceremonies.

Only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines

by Angela Kenealy

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is reminding people eligible for a free flu vaccine to get in before the annual immunisation programme ends on 31 July.

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