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Cervical Screening Awareness Campaign begins

by Angela Kenealy

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew welcomes Cervical Screening Awareness Month this September encouraging women to get up to date with their cervical smears.

No new Waikato measles cases

by Waikato DHB

There have been no new cases of measles notified to Waikato District Health Board’s public health unit

King’s condition stable

by Tukoroirangi Morgan

King Tuheitia has been overwhelmed with an outpouring of aroha and support since news of his admission to hospital leaked out.

New Maori chaplain for Waikato Hospital

by Waikato DHB

Waikato Hospital’s new Maori chaplain says he feels greatly privileged to participate in the holistic health and wellbeing of all people coming to the hospital.

Health services focused on prevention

by Jannel Carter

The latest National Health Target results show more New Zealanders are getting help to quit smoking and getting checked to see if they are at risk of developing

Waikato improves health targets performance

by Waikato DHB

A feature of the health targets performance by Waikato District Health Board (DHB) out today (Tuesday 26 August) is the exceptional team work

Healthier future ahead for 4000 Waikato people

by Waikato DHB

More than 4000 Waikato people with high health needs, the majority of them children, now face a healthier future thanks to a project run by Te Puna Oranga

Warning over gonorrhoea super bug

by Waikato DHB

New Zealand sexual health clinics are in a high state of alert following the recent detection of a new multi-drug resistant strain of gonorrhoea

eReferrals hit 500,000 mark

by Midlands Health Network

Midland Health Network and other central north island health organisations are today celebrating a major milestone in electronic referrals.

Perioperative harm proof of concept trial underway

by Health Quality & Safety Commission New Zealand

Waikato District Health Board (DHB), Lakes DHB and Southern Cross Hospital in Auckland are participating in the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s perioperative harm proof of concept project. The...

Free flu immunisation ends soon

by Brenda Saunders

New Zealanders eligible for free influenza immunisation have only a short time left to be vaccinated.

Waikato measles cases up by 8 to 124

by Mary Anne Gill

Waikato District Health Board's Public Health Service Population Health has to date (6 August 2014) been notified of 124 confirmed measles cases, up eight on a

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