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Patient Portal Review Raises Questions of Sector

by Jayden MacRae

The majority of GPs now have technology to begin giving patients online access to their medical records to allow them to interact with patients electronically.

Improving mental health in prisons

by Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand

Improving mental health in prisons Jacqueline Bell-Walsh When Jacqueline Bell-Walsh was appointed the first in-reach men­tal health clinician to pilot a new programme at Spring Hill Corrections Facility in...

NICU’s precious babies get handmade gifts

by Waikato DHB

Cambridge residents Bryden Shiells and Raewyn McDonnell of Precious Babies Waikato Incorporated Society donated handmade quilts and blankets

Health warning for Lake Whangape lifted

by Waikato DHB

The health warning issued in December last year for Lake Whangape has now been lifted, after two consecutive tests showed cyanobacterial levels to be once again

Fluoride court hearing cancelled

by Hamilton City Council

Safe Water Alternative NZ Inc (SWANZ) has withdrawn from their judicial review against Hamilton City Council

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

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