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Pinnacle MHN medical director Jo Scott-Jones shares a day in the life as a GP to celebrate World Family Doctor day on 19 May.
The second season of 13 Reasons Why is being released this Friday, 18 May. The Ministry of Health has been working with other Government agencies and service providers to develop resources around this series.
Last month's Taranaki 'Live Stronger for Longer' expo was a joint collaboration between ACC, Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, Sport Taranaki and New Plymouth Injury Safe.
On 14 May Primary Health Care Limited took over the ownership of Phoenix Urgent Doctors in New Plymouth.
We meet with the Waikato DHB ICCT on a monthly basis to review the transition of care of long term community mental health clients to primary care.
Interesting articles, podcasts, clinical stories and learnings related to the primary health care sector our GP liaison team have found this month.
The Midlands Regional Health Network Charitable Trust Board is made up of nine members: four clinical representatives, two Maori partner representatives, two community representatives and an independent professional chair. As per the trust deed requirements, the trust board is inviting interest from the public to fill two community representative positions.
Health professionals are encouraged to discuss the benefits and
risks of taking antiepileptic medicine during pregnancy with female
patients who are sexually active.
We invited video journalist Hunter Calder to spend some time with quit coach Cassino Smith to find out how our Once and For All programme is helping to get people smokefree.
Immunisation Week (30 April - 6 May) is celebrated worldwide. The theme of this year's week is immunisation throughout the lifespan.
The Pinnacle MHN quarterly report for Q3 (Jan-Mar 2018) can be downloaded here.
both the flu and Zostavax (shingles) vaccines, a Hamilton initiative is
reaching a high risk, vulnerable population who may otherwise have been missed.
In 2017 the international technology provider
behind the Map of Medicine (MOM) tool signalled their intention to cease
support for the tool in 2018. Find out about the transition to HealthPathways.
Otorohanga Medical Centre nurses are on a mission to find out why local women are declining to have regular cervical smear tests.
Interesting articles, clinical stories and learnings related to the primary healthcare sector we've found this month.
The Waikato DHB recognises that anyone who was close to a person who has died as a result of suicide, will experience severe distress. Read more...
It is April Falls Awareness month and Taranaki is helping promote the 'Live Stronger for Longer' national campaign to the public.