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.
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.
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.
Otorohanga Medical Centre nurses are on a mission to find out why local women are declining to have regular cervical smear tests.
Tim Coulter will be missed by many when he retires from Taupo Health at the end
Earlier this month, Pinnacle Midlands Health
Network and Nga Miro Health Centre
together attended five Waikato-based marae across five days during Poukai
for the first time in the tradition's history,
reaching hundreds of priority group women with cervical screening messages.
On Saturday 21 April 2018, primary care health practitioners based rurally across the Midland region of New Zealand will congregate in Te Aroha for Pinnacle's first rural symposium in four years.
more than 45 years, Dr Tony Townsend is hanging up his stethoscope. Read his
story written by Coastal News.
Half a century to-the-year after qualifying as a
registered nurse, Lyn Durno of Pinnacle MHN practice Lake Surgery in Taupo is
this week hanging up her trusty stethoscope to step into retirement.
Pinnacle MNH chief executive David Oldershaw writes about what the early policy priorities of the new Government and what it could mean for general practice.
A small afternoon tea celebration was held on Monday 19 February to honour the hard work of the five nurses who completed the new entry to practice (NETP) nursing programme in 2017.
And the winners are in! Congratulations to all who participated.
Annually, thousands of youth struggle to access health care services. Hear about the team of 11 registered nurses and 19 general practitioners (GPs) ready and waiting to fight the access impasse.
Pinnacle Midlands Health Network has recently been announced as a finalist in the prestigious 2018 New Zealand human resource awards to be held at at SkyCity in Auckland this month.
Dr Bob le Quesne, owner at Otorohanga-based Pinnacle Midlands Health Network practice Oto Med, is retiring this month after some four and a half decades as a general practitioner (GP).
Pinnacle MHN's Child and Youth Coordination
(CaY-C) service team is delighted to announce that whānau from across the Waikato region can easily have their new born
fully enrolled with a general practice at birth.
At June 2017, Ministry of Health data showed that dental conditions were one of the top five ambulatory
sensitive (avoidable) hospital admissions (ASH admissions) across all our DHB
regions. Read more.
After nearly two years of planning and one year of construction the team at Glenview Medical Centre are thriving in their newly rebuilt premises.