Resources for managing the physical health of people with mental health conditions, suicide prevention/risk assessment and common mental health concerns are all covered on this page.
Waikato DHB are providing an annual 'train the trainer' IV education workshop to enable expert nurses to provide ongoing mentoring and advice to others.
Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS) are available for Waikato practices to upskill staff in all aspects of diabetes management.
This quarter, Pinnacle MHN worked with Te Puna Oranga (Waikato DHB's Māori Health service), Redicare Family Practice, and Rauawaawa kaumātua Charitable Trust, to vaccinate kaumātua in Hamilton.
More than a dozen volunteers visited 10 locations across the Waikato and Tairawhiti regions on World Smokefree Day (31 May) to promote Pinnacle MHN's Once and For All stop smoking programme.
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.
Research shows that a "business-as-usual" approach to smoking cessation in New Zealand means the Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 target will not be met. Therefore, Pinnacle MHN is leading a new approach to Stop Smoking Services across Waikato and Tairawhiti regions - Quit Smoking: Once and for All.
Since 2015 Pinnacle MHN has provided innovation funding to help Waikato and Gisborne practices develop and deliver service improvements.
A group of eight Māori residents battling diabetes have dramatically increased their diabetes self-management skills in a first-of-its-kind pilot programme recently implemented in Huntly.
Kathy has a longstanding history with various practices across the network, and her hard work and dedication will be missed by many we're sure.
Hamilton-based Pinnacle MHN practice Hillcrest Medical Centre is having
great success with its cervical screening rates thanks to a specific strategy
involving a dedicated nurse making screening-related phone calls.
The aim of this service is to provide interpreter and translation services to refugees when receiving primary health services in Hamilton area, including general practice and allied health consultations, pharmacy services and counselling.
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.
LMCs are independently contracted by the Ministry of Health to provide primary maternity services. There have recently been some LMCs exiting practice in parts of the Waikato - leaving a gap that has yet to be filled. For some women this meant it has been difficult to find an LMC.
After nearly two years of planning and one year of construction the team at Glenview Medical Centre are thriving in their newly rebuilt premises.
has been a firm fixture in the Glenview Medical team since 1974 when he arrived
on the 'ten pound pom' scheme.
Designed for rural clinicians, this FREE event provides an opportunity to consider new approaches to delivering health services in rural communities.
Pinnacle MHN and Waikato Hospital's emergency department are working together to support unenroled patients into general practice.