While the Patea & District Community Medical Trust continue to search for a GP they've teamed up with Pinnacle Midlands Health Network and Taupo Medical Centre to provide an innovative solution which meets their patient's needs, without the need to travel out of town.
Download the Pinnacle Midlands Health Network Quarterly Report for Quarter 4 (April-June 2017).
From 29 June, a new 'falls
risk threshold' patient prompt will be available to Taranaki practices
Pinnacle Incorporated chair Dr Frank Cullen has today announced that from 1 July the primary health organisation (PHO) will more clearly separate out its standalone innovation activities via its existing not-for-profit company.
Health providers in the Tairāwhiti-Gisborne district have worked together to reduce the rate of avoidable hospital admissions among the district's most vulnerable babies and young children.
The New Zealand Health Research Council (NZHRC) has injected $1.6 million into a research project to study an innovative self-management programme for people with pre-diabetes and diabetes.
Even the fittest and healthiest of us can get influenza and should be vaccinated against the flu.
View the quarterly report from January to April 2017.
Refer to documents related to the SLM Improvement Plan
You're invited to register for Pinnacle MHN's Summer of Diabetes education evenings across our localities during February 2017
View the quarterly report for October to December 2016
Pinnacle MHN congratulates Glenview
Medical Centre on its recent "Blessing of the
The next Pinnacle Incorporated Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held 7.30pm on Thursday, 24 November at the Pinnacle Midlands Health Network Hamilton office.
Hamilton-based registered nurse Cathy Fraser-Reading of Pinnacle Midland Health Network practice, Hillcrest Medical Centre, has recently added a unique skill to her nursing tool-belt.
The Pinnacle Midlands Health Network Quarterly Report for Quarter 1 - July to September 2016 can be downloaded at the link below:
The first primary Māori health workforce care assistant pilot programme, run by Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, Waikato DHB Māori health unit Te Puna Oranga and Wintec, commenced this month at Wintec in Hamilton.
Pinnacle Midlands Health Network (Pinnacle MHN), plans to use a $15,000 grant from the Heart Foundation to help fund the trial of a new method for assessing chest pain, among people in rural Waikato.
The 'Become your own food expert' workshop, run by Waikato community dietitians, was a great success.