Access these newsletter for the latest updates on the NZ ePrescription Service.
Waikato GPs can make an eReferral directly to the Primary Mental Health Service for those patients with mild to moderate mental health issues.
The Record of Death form will help GPs decide if there is a need to report a death to the coroner.
Attached is a letter from the Ministry of Health outlining the work underway to help GPs identify and manage men at risk of prostate cancer.
Clinicians are reminded to refer to the sore throat management guideline to help reduce the instances of acute rheumatic fever (ARF)
Access updated New Zealand guidelines for helping people to stop smoking, prepared by the Ministry of Health.
This article links you to the Research Reviews and DHB Research Fund websites with updates in a variety of health areas including general practice.
Access Rotovirus information prepared by the Ministry of Health for clinicians and patients.
This article provides you with useful links to travel medicine websites including fit for travel, travel doctor, travel health online and more.
View The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners' policy brief on 'tackling the growing obesity epidemic: a general practice perspective'.
Click here to learn about the Waikato Allergy Clinic at Victoria Central and how to contact the service.
The 2012 Ministry of Health guidelines for vaccine storage and distribution help ensure vaccines are stored correctly to maximise their effectiveness.
These pathways ensure the consistent assessment and management of urinary retention for patients admitted to Waikato Hospital.
The resources contained in this article support Vitamin D prescribing to residents of aged residential care in the Waikato DHB region.
Refer to the Quality 2014 resources including forms, reporting sheets and more, to support practice teams in reaching the goals.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease resources to provide to patients.
HeartHelp is the Heart Foundation's website for people living with heart disease, and for their families and loved ones.