Introduction about healthy kids, including B4 School checks, school clinics, immunisations and the Child Health Coordination Service.
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.
A new health hub is now open in Kihikihi, dedicated to the health and wellbeing of the community.
Even the fittest and healthiest of us can get influenza and should be vaccinated against the flu.
The Child and Youth Health Coordination Service (Cay-C) team is constantly working with health providers, including midwives, family doctors and Well Child/Tamariki Ora providers, to ensure children access the right services and receive all of their checks on time.
In the Waikato there have been 15 probable or confirmed cases of mumps in the first six months of this year. Previously we had not seen any cases since 2012.
The Royal Australasian College of Physicians have released a New Zealand election statement calling for policymakers to make health equity the norm to improve health outcomes for the most vulnerable people in our communities.
Mumps outbreaks around New Zealand are prompting reminders for measles, mumps, rubella vaccine.
Dayna Allen smoked through her first pregnancy, but quit with the help of stop smoking programme Once and For All when she found out she was pregnant with her second child.
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.