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Browse the latest news and stories from across the Pinnacle group. We feature stories on service and workforce innovation as well as highlights from our practices across the network.

Youth, leadership and health reform: meet Mr Gay NZ 2021

Youth, leadership and health reform: meet Mr Gay NZ 2021

Bharat Mahajan (he/him), a 28 year old clinical services manager – mental health for Pinnacle, has won the title of Mr Gay New Zealand 2021.

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Partnership at Parihaka brings health services to the community

Partnership at Parihaka brings health services to the community

Every fortnight inside a whare at Parihaka Papakāinga in Taranaki, people can be found laughing and catching up with whānau in the Wakaihu Taiora ...

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COVID-19

COVID-19

New Zealand's Alert Levels changed at 11.59pm on Sunday 14 February 2021.

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General practice and Alert Level 2 – what to expect

General practice and Alert Level 2 – what to expect

In Alert Level 2 we need to take a 'virtual first' approach - find out what this means for you.

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Applying a Māori lens to healthcare: Te Taumata Hauora announces new chair

Applying a Māori lens to healthcare: Te Taumata Hauora announces new chair

Gary Thompson (Ngaati Paoa, Ngaati Hauaa) is the new chair of Te Taumata Hauora, Māori Advisory Committee.

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2019-20 Midlands Regional Health Network Charitable Trust Annual Report

2019-20 Midlands Regional Health Network Charitable Trust Annual Report

Download the trust's annual report.

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Fond farewell and election results: Updates from the Pinnacle Incorporated AGM

Fond farewell and election results: Updates from the Pinnacle Incorporated AGM

After nearly 32 years of network leadership Dr Frank Cullen stood down from the executive committee at the AGM held last week.

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A new board chair for Pinnacle Ventures

A new board chair for Pinnacle Ventures

Pinnacle Ventures Limited is pleased to announce Mark Ingle as the new board chair, replacing Craig McFarlane.

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Pinnacle Ventures sells xcrania to PlatformPlus

Pinnacle Ventures sells xcrania to PlatformPlus

We are excited to announce the sale of xcrania to PlatformPlus

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Young Taranaki nurse receives Pinnacle nursing scholarship

Young Taranaki nurse receives Pinnacle nursing scholarship

Huia Brady saw an opportunity to make change when hearing about the Pinnacle nursing scholarship aimed at improving equity and access in primary care.

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Data driven decision making is one step closer thanks to Ventures

Data driven decision making is one step closer thanks to Ventures

Pinnacle Midlands Health Network have been working closely with AWS Partner Ventures for just over a year now to modernise and streamline their data.

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Where’s the devil when you need that detail?

Where’s the devil when you need that detail?

Our initial response to the Health and Disability System Review: Final Report

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Christine Hall appointed as chief executive for Ventures

Christine Hall appointed as chief executive for Ventures

Christine Hall has been appointed as chief executive for Ventures.

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Positive response to Te Tumu Waiora integrated mental health and wellbeing service

Positive response to Te Tumu Waiora integrated mental health and wellbeing service

The response from practices and the community to this new service in Taupō and Tūrangi has been overwhelmingly positive.

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Pinnacle Incorporated and Midlands Health Network move to combined board structure

Pinnacle Incorporated and Midlands Health Network move to combined board structure

Changes to the Pinnacle Incorporated and Midlands Health Network board structure were confirmed on 27 February 2020.

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Pinnacle celebrates 30th birthday with awards ceremony

Pinnacle celebrates 30th birthday with awards ceremony

180 guests came together on 19 November at Claudelands Events Centre to celebrate Pinnacle’s 30th birthday and honour the innovation, dedication ...

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Prioritising Māori governance representation in the cancer sector, worldwide

Prioritising Māori governance representation in the cancer sector, worldwide

The 2019 World Indigenous Cancer Conference was held in Calgary, Canada last month.

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Cyber security incident at Tū Ora Compass Health

Cyber security incident at Tū Ora Compass Health

No Pinnacle patient information is available via any website and therefore the type of breach experienced by Compass Tū Ora would never have an ...

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Standing with our partners – volunteering at the Kaumātua Olympics

Standing with our partners – volunteering at the Kaumātua Olympics

A team of volunteers from the Pinnacle office in Hamilton recently used their volunteering day to support the annual Kaumātua Olympics.

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Tane Takitu Ake ki Taupō

Tane Takitu Ake ki Taupō

Tane Takitu Ake ki Taupō (Men standing strong in Taupō) is a kaupapa Māori six-week program with a focus on Māori men‘s health.

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