Enable the best possible outcomes for women and
their families identified as being vulnerable during the maternity care
Taranaki practices using MedTech32 can now electronically enrol women on the Breast Screening Aotearoa (BSA) Programme.
Project Connect is an exciting joint project between Taranaki District Health Board (TDHB) and Pinnacle Midlands Health Network (Pinnacle MHN).
A special needs grant is being introduced to help women on benefits obtain or remove long-acting reversible contraception.
Clinical pharmacist Tess James is proof that tackling a few simple medicine issues can greatly improve a patient's quality of life.
Ministry of Health advice for health professionals on the criminal threat to infant formula.
Taranaki people will have more help than ever to go smokefree this summer thanks to Pinnacle Midlands Health Network.
This report provides insight into the development and roll out of Midlands Health Network's integrated model of care to three Hamilton practices.
This summary report from the 2009 workforce census covers general practitioners, practice nurses, and practice managers and administrators.
Refer to notice on Taranaki CPR courses for children and adults.
This programme consolidates nursing knowledge in a supportive environment whilst developing core clinical skill sets for nurses pursuing a career in primary care.
Refer to information included in this article about post-graduate study options at the University of Auckland for Taranaki nurses.
The Pinnacle MHN Long Term Conditions (LTC) programme is pleased to announce that Taranaki DHB (TDHB) agreed to extend the contract for the Taranaki multi-disciplinary team (MDT) this quarter.
There are a number of processes in place throughout the Midlands region to assist health professionals referring patients to mental health services.
The Pinnacle MHN Physically Well programme is celebrating the continued success of the TaranakiFalls Prevention Service (FPS), which was launched last quarter and is now well established.
Ninety-eight-year-old Colin Cochran is one of almost 90 frail elderly in Taranaki making significant improvements in strength and balance, thanks to a recently established falls prevention service (FPS) run by Pinnacle MHN.
Dr Ian Smiley is retiring this month from Moturoa Medical Centre after nearly four decades of service at the Taranaki-based practice.
The Taranaki falls prevention service (FPS), a partnership between Pinnacle MHN, Taranaki DHB and ACC, was launched mid-2017 and is now well established across the region.
It is April Falls Awareness month and Taranaki is helping promote the 'Live Stronger for Longer' national campaign to the public.