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Tuesday, 18 November 2014
Napier Gets Maternity Resource Centre
The opening of the Napier Maternity Resource Centre this morning (18 November 2014) has been hailed as an exciting development in maternity care, with it in essence providing a one-stop shop for pregnancy and early... Read more
Monday, 17 November 2014
Premature Birth Is A Family Affair
World Prematurity Day was celebrated in Hawke’s Bay Hospital’s Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) this morning (Monday 17 November 2014) with a specially provided morning tea. Amy Lynch, part of a foursome of mothers... Read more
Thursday, 30 October 2014
HBDHB committed to improving patient care
Hawke’s Bay DHB committed to improving patient care HBDHB MEDIA RELEASE 30 October 2014 Every serious adverse event represents someone who has suffered life-changing harm or has died in the care of the health system. Hawke’s Bay District Health... Read more
Thursday, 9 October 2014
People open to Mental Health Awareness Week
Hawke’s Bay People Open to Awareness Week Eastern Institute of Technology students are helping the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board spread the Mental Health Awareness Week message, Keep Learning. Since Monday, students enrolled in the Certificate in... Read more
Wednesday, 8 October 2014
Magpies help raise rheumatic fever awareness
If you haven't already seen this here is an article which was published recently in Hawke's Bay Today Go to:  http://www. nzherald. co. nz/hawkes-bay-today/news/article. cfm? c_id=1503462&objectid=11339064 Click on image below to view printable... Read more
Tuesday, 7 October 2014
Liquor Premises Fail Food Test
Hawke’s Bay liquor premises have been given a sharp reminder about their responsibilities around the provision of food, following recent visits by Hawke’s Bay District Health Board public health staff. The results of the... Read more
Friday, 12 September 2014
Cervical Screening Poster Girl
Cervical Screening’s Unlikely Poster Girl September is Cervical Screening Awareness Month Roberta Harrison doesn’t hide from her chequered past. She’s up front about a difficult childhood that led to her becoming a truant and getting pregnant at 14. ... Read more
Wednesday, 10 September 2014
SCBU Awesome Foursome
SCBU’s Awesome Foursome At the beginning of 2010 Sam Ferguson, Amy Lynch, Donna Wood and Kirsty Botherway were four pregnant Hawke’s Bay women unaware of each other’s presence. By the middle of that year they had forged friendships which today see them... Read more
Wednesday, 10 September 2014
Hospital Renal Service benefits from fatherly love
Fatherly Love Benefits Hospital’s Renal Service A father’s love for his son has led to a special relationship between the Omarunui Bowling Club and Hawke’s Bay Hospital’s Renal Service. The Taradale-based club have adopted the service as the... Read more
Thursday, 4 September 2014
Public invited to Kidney Health Forum
September 3 Public Invited to Love Your Kidneys Public Hui in Napier and Hastings will form part of Love Your Kidneys, a mid-September health forum initiated by the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board and Health Hawke’s Bay (PHO). The two-hour sessions... Read more
Monday, 1 September 2014
HBDHB Interventional Radiologist Honoured
Dr Umesh Pandey offers a wry smile when asked what “intervention” means in terms of his specialty, radiology. It’s a question the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board’s Chief Interventional Radiologist has heard... Read more
Wednesday, 13 August 2014
Retinal Screening Service Expands
RETINAL SCREENING SERVICE EXPANDS Napier residents who require retinal screening no longer have to travel to Hastings for treatment. When a new service provider was sought for the service after the withdrawal of Totara Health, who had managed the... Read more
Tuesday, 12 August 2014
Entries for Health Awards Close Friday
The deadline for entry into the 2014 Hawke’s Bay Health Awards is coming up fast. Those wishing to enter the fourth edition of the awards, honouring excellence across the health sector, have until this Friday... Read more
Tuesday, 5 August 2014
Grounbreaking Pilot in HB
Groundbreaking Pilot in Hawke’s Bay A pilot programme involving Hawke’s Bay District Health Board District Nurses, Health Hawke’s Bay (PHO) and three General Practices is breaking new ground in patient care. Rolled out at The Hastings Health Centre,... Read more
Tuesday, 5 August 2014
DHB Launch Countdown Kids Hospital Appeal
Dreams are wonderful things.   But despite what we are led to believe, dreams aren’t free. Neither are they always easy to achieve.   For four-year-old Hawke’s Bay boy Zayden Jensen-Shaw who dreams of... Read more
Tuesday, 5 August 2014
HB Hospital Full
Hawke’s Bay Hospital full Hawke’s Bay Hospital is full as winter illnesses and a variety of trauma and injury presentations place added demand on an already busy hospital. Chief operating officer Warrick Frater said hospital occupancy was high and... Read more
Tuesday, 5 August 2014
Ease up in the Bay
Ease Up In the Bay Host responsibility has taken on greater meaning at the Napier Old Boys Marist (NOBM) clubrooms this winter. The Park Island-based club has been piloting Ease Up In The Bay, a project jointly run by Hawke’s Bay District Health Board... Read more
Thursday, 31 July 2014
Kelvin Loveridge a less than orderly start
The Hawke’s Bay District Health Board’s Orderly Supervisor Kelvin Loveridge ends 50 years service this week. It’s a career however which almost ended within a week. Less Than Orderly Start Kelvin Loveridge, who ends 50 years service to the Hawke’s Bay... Read more
Wednesday, 16 July 2014
DHB authored paper goes global
DHB Authored Paper Goes Global A paper highlighting development of audit tools to deal consistently with domestic abuse cases at Hawke’s Bay Hospital has appeared in a prestigious American publication, The Springer US Journal of Family Violence. It... Read more
Tuesday, 15 July 2014
Napier Health Centre Reaches Milestone
The opening of the central reception area at the Napier Health Centre signifies the halfway point of the $1 million refit. On the ground floor, it now means visitors no longer have to climb the stairs to find out... Read more