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Corporate Office and IT Projects - November 2020
COVID-19 contact tracing - June 2020
COVID-19 hospitalisation and admission - June 2020
Complaints (Patient) August 2020
Car Park Structure - August
Calls to 111 or Healthline
Correspondence and Media Inquires
Cancelled Surgeries 2021
CA - 125 Blood tests - January 2022
Cancelled Surgeries - January 2022
CA 125 Blood Test Numbers 2018 2019 2021 - February 2022…
The alternative to donating art is to donate money towards buying a piece of art. This way the Arts Committee can purchase the perfect piece of art to enhance patient wellbeing.
If you wish to make a donation you can do so by cheque or direct debit
Cheque addressed to “Waikato Health Trust”, posted to Cashiers, Waikato District Health Board, Private Bag 3200, Hamilton 3240, New Zealand.
'Having the conversation’: Health care practitioners’ experiences of discussing pelvic floor problems with patients.Aim: The focus of this study was to explore the curre…
If you require access, all GP practice users are to go through your Practice Manager in the first instance. All other users should have a nominated Organisation Contact that can collect and send all rel…