Defence Force health personnel will be involved in commemorative events both at home and abroad as the centenary of Anzac Day dawns tomorrow
Peter Dunne joined about 60 people to celebrate the opening of Pharmaco’s refurbished head office in Auckland yesterday
Waitemata DHB is tendering for an outside consultant to draw up its health services plan for the next 10 years
An anti-obesity campaigner is highly sceptical of a weight-loss study recommending Jenny Craig and WeightWatchers
You’ve asked, so now we’re making public the evaluation of MidCentral and West Coast DHBs’ business cases
A locum accustomed to urban UK medical centres has thrived on the variety and continuity of rural general practice. Liane Topham-Kindley goes south for a heart-to-heart with a GP who loves to be part of patients’ evolving stories
Laboratory services provide important data for millions of healthcare decisions, yet every few years the sector’s foundations are rocked by the tender process. Reynald Castaneda dug around to discover the effects, the rationale – and the alternatives
Northland really is another country.
From the moment you reach the crest of the tortuous road up the Brynderwyns and see the Whangarei Heads nosing out into Bream Bay and the uncountable bush-clad volcanic hills stretching into the hazy distance beyond, you know you are in for an adventure.
Palmerston GP Campbell Murdoch believes plans for a new million-dollar medical centre for the small Otago township will make a huge difference to the practice’s ability to help train young doctors and nurses.
Raglan’s West Coast Health Clinic has won boasting rights as the best rural general practice team in the country
In this video from the Health Quality and Safety Commission, intensive care specialist David Galler talks about how he and his family worked with health care professionals to honour the wishes of his mother, Zofia Galler, at the end of her life.
It's more than a decade since PHOs were established - this could be a good time to review how they work, GPNZ chair Shelley Frost suggests.
Wellington GP Richard Tyler is co-chair of the Joint Project Steering Group for the Integrated Performance and Incentive Framework. He writes, in a personal capacity, about progress with the framework
There’s a new cannabis-based drug on the way, but it won’t be here for a while yet.
Epidiolex is being trialled in the US and Australia, associate health minister Peter Dunne told New Zealand Doctor.
Zero-hour contracts, where the employer does not have to offer work but conversely the employee does not have to accept it, may be upon us.
Waitemata District Health BoardConsultant Psychiatrist, Mental Health Services for Older Adults
Renwick Medical CentreLocated in stunning Marlborough
Twizel - GPTwizel Medical Centre is looking for a permanent part-time GP
Gold Standard LocumsSeeking a Locum?
Pitcairn IslandThe Pitcairn Islands Government is seeking an experienced GP
The University of WaikatoMedical Officer in Charge
DeLautaurLong term GP needed – Gisborne
Elysia ShanksExciting opportunity for an experienced GP
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