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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.

Campaign to help Kiwis recognise stroke signs

by Kirsty Taylor-Doig

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says a new campaign to help New Zealanders recognise the signs of a stroke is being launched in Waikato today.

Remembrance board for lost babies unveiled

by Waikato DHB

The unveiling of Memorial Heart was held on International Neonatal Loss Remembrance Day, commemorating babies who are lost before, during or shortly after birth

Waikids surgical ward on the move

by Waikato DHB

The children’s surgical ward at Waikato Hospital moved from level 7 of the Elizabeth Rothwell Building to level 4 and is now Ward E4 Waikids Surgery.

Para Matchitt – ‘Waiora’ plaque blessed

by Waikato DHB

A small blessing took place this week to complete the DHB’s most significant ‘Waiora’ artwork located on level B5 entrance to Waiora Waikato hospital campus.

Deborah Harris presented with research award

by Waikato DHB

Dr Harris was presented with her prize by the Chair of the Waikato Medical Research Foundation (WMRF) at the Waikato Bi-Annual Research meeting in September.

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