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All health professionals studying at a post graduate level in 2017
are invited to an academic writing workshop held at Waikato DHB.
A special needs grant is being introduced to help women on benefits obtain or remove long-acting reversible contraception.
The first primary Māori health workforce care assistant pilot programme, run by Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, Waikato DHB Māori health unit Te Puna Oranga and Wintec, commenced this month at Wintec in Hamilton.
An electronic copy of the December eReferral newsletter is available here along with the eReferral resource for patients with a high suspicion of cancer.
Ministry of Health advice for health professionals on the criminal threat to infant formula.
Patients who could benefit from more physical activity are getting the push they need with help from their GP and Sport Waikato.
Hamilton East Medical Centre nurse Carolyn Irving hung up her nursing uniform in January 2016, 50 years after first putting it on.
Te Awamutu Medical Centre is using the virtual cardiovascular
risk assessment (CVRA) tool to enchance their Quality results.
The B4 School Check (B4SC) pilot was set up after feedback from the Ministry of Health that certain groups were not engaging in the B4SC programme.
This report provides insight into the development and roll out of Midlands Health Network's integrated model of care to three Hamilton practices.
This health and service profile describes the health characteristics of patients enrolled with Midlands Health Network practices in Hamilton city.
Patients and clinicians at Hamilton's NorthCare practices have completed the second of three surveys on our model of care and the results have been published.
The 2012 South Waikato Population Health and Service Profile describes the health of patients enrolled with Pinnacle practices in South Waikato.
Patients enrolled in practices in Hamilton and surrounding areas have improved health care and support through a service called After Hours Response.
The B4 School Check is a nationwide programme offering a free health and development check for four year olds. Refer to the resources in this article.
This report provides a snapshot of the clinical pharmacist service in the six months following the move of the GP practices to the Tokoroa Hospital site.
This summary report from the 2009 workforce census covers general practitioners, practice nurses, and practice managers and administrators.
30 GP-led clinics and nine registered nurse-led clinics are in place in Waikato high schools, teen parent units or alternative education.
Refer to these Primary Options resources to help you make the most of this service.
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) courses for GPs and practice nurses will run in 2017