Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has today opened TÅ«hauora Christchurch Central Service which provides a one-stop-shop for clients to access a range of mental health and addiction services.
MelNet is welcoming legislation restricting the use of sunbeds to those aged 18 or over. The Health (Protection) Amendment Bill passed its third reading in Parliament yesterday.
Canterbury DHB’s Human Milk bank is thrilled with the support it’s received since it put calls out to the community for donations.
Canterbury DHB is delighted TÅ«hauora - Christchurch Central has been officially opened by the Minister of Health Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman today.
The Ministry of Health has offered a contract to Community and Public Health to deliver the new West Coast Stop Smoking Service replacing the existing Aukati KaiPaipa service for Maori.
Is obesity the result of a complex interplay between the human brain and a range of biological processes?
A new website has been launched by the Heart Foundation to help an estimated 46,000 New Zealanders living with Atrial Fibrillation (AF), one of New Zealand’s fastest growing forms of heart disease.
New Zealand’s first nurse practitioner registered to prescribe pain medication is leaving her lifelong career at Waikato DHB to gracefully retire after 33 years of achievements.
Excitement and awe were on the looks of Frankton Primary School’s kids faces (Wednesday 29 June) when they buddied up with local netball Cold Power Waikato Magic heroes to get their free dental care at one of the Waikato DHB’s community dental clinics.
A poroporoaki- is being held this afternoon in acknowledgement of the closure of Burwood Birthing Unit, which officially shuts its doors today after 70 years’ serving Canterbury families.
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