The Midlands Regional Health Network Charitable Trust Board wish to congratulate Hayden for his appointment as Chair of the Initial Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission
The broader Pinnacle Group sees the Health and Disability System Review - Interim Report as effectively highlighting many of the key challenges and opportunities the NZ health sector is facing.
Extra faces are set to join the extended primary care team at Tokoroa Medical Centre from next week.
Remember when everyone thought the Chernobyl disaster would never happen? Medical director Jo Scott Jones shares his thoughts on the workforce crisis.
Dr Hayley Scott of Health Te Aroha shares her Game of Thrones analogy for general practice in New Zealand
Pinnacle, alongside Amazon Web Services and our N4 partners (Tū Ora Compass Health ,Pegasus Health and ProCare Health), are leading primary care initiatives.
All Pinnacle practice staff are invited to attend our birthday celebration.
Thanks to practice referrals, more than 600 women have been successfully supported to screening/treatment over the last 12 months.
Find out what categories are up for grabs and how to make a nomination
College Awards recognise the hard work and dedication of exceptional GPs and community members, among the winners were two of our members and a past member.
The draft Foundation Standard has been reviewed in detail by Pinnacle's Quality and Education Committee. Read our response.
The current Ebola virus outbreak is predominantly affecting two provinces in the Democratic
Republic of Congo, North Kivu and
In May, Beerescourt Medical Centre's legacy practice management system crashed due to a significant server issue, with no timeframe given for when it would be back up and running. Read more...
As part of Budget 2018 several
changes took place from 1 December 2018 to provide people with greater
access to primary care services. Find out what this means for your practice.
Highlights from this year's conference for Pinnacle members
A reminder from the Ministry of Health of three significant changes to regulatory frameworks that will impact the health sector from 1 July 2019.
A change of chief executive comes into place for Pinnacle MHN on 1 August.
We're making some important changes in the way we store and use data to increase security, decrease costs and administration, plus open up new possibilities for understanding the health status and needs of the people in our region.
Practices within the network - and beyond - are onboarding and indici continues to mature and strengthen.
Listen to John Macaskill-Smith, CEO of Ventures, speak about using business to change health, introducing pharmacogenomics, and how you can find out more about how your body is likely to react to drugs on Business is Boring, a podcast series by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation.