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Ngai Tahu Property big investor in new $7.5 million IFHC for Akaroa

Ngai Tahu Property big investor in new $7.5 million IFHC for Akaroa
Thursday 18 December 2014, 11:19AM

Ngai Tahu Property is investing $5.75 million into a $7.5 million community-owned and operated integrated family health centre being developed in Akaroa

Northland health consumer group launched

Thursday 18 December 2014, 11:40AM

A new consumer group has been founded in Northland to improve communication between the DHB and users of health services

Coleman marks tour of duty by focusing on primary care

Wednesday 17 December 2014, 2:53PM

The health minister has reinforced the emphasis on providing healthcare in the community as he winds up his tour of DHBs

Taranaki ED burden drops as patients sent back to GPs

Wednesday 17 December 2014, 1:36PM

Taranaki Hospital has one of the highest patient presentation rates in New Zealand, but numbers have dropped in a scheme which redirects patients to GPs

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Ombudsman calls for more disclosure after media complaint

Wednesday 17 December 2014, 1:35PM

The Ombudsman has called for Tairawhiti DHB to release more information to a journalist about the activities of one of its surgeons

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Ministerial alcohol forum recommendations: a big step in the right direction

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The use of guerrilla style PR tactics to stop doctors, nurses and public health researchers speaking publicly on issues is not new; it’s just getting meaner. Virginia McMillan talks to veterans of the “public stoush” who urge their colleagues not to remain silent when it is important to speak up

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Being there: Heart-wrenching service on Ebola battleground

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Thursday 06 November 2014, 1:15PM

The threat of legal action hangs over all health professionals in the course of their daily work but, when it happens, it can be a traumatic experience. One GP explains to Cliff Taylor what it’s like to live for years under a cloud of litigation

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Ngai Tahu Property big investor in new $7.5 million IFHC for Akaroa

Ngai Tahu Property big investor in new $7.5 million IFHC for AkaroaThursday 18 December 2014, 11:41AM

A community-owned and operated integrated family health centre is being developed in Akaroa with Ngai Tahu Property initially investing $5.75 million in the $7.5 million facility.

Telemedicine: A difficult proposal for primary care to implement

Thursday 04 December 2014, 2:00PM

Telemedicine is gaining momentum in DHBs, but primary care is lagging behind as it has a lot of barriers to overcome, Telehealth Forum chair John Garrett says.

SLH beefs up its offerings for practices in the south

Friday 21 November 2014, 12:13PM

South Link Health is giving GP members the opportunity to buy shares in its new property syndicate that develops and owns new medical centres.

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Top 10 Films of 2014

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Nervous time for NGOs fearing consequences of speaking outThursday 18 December 2014, 11:38AM

Virginia McMillan checks the temperature of the NGO sector for any sign of a ‘chilling effect’

Early days for select committee with new mix of members

Thursday 04 December 2014, 12:44PM

Parliament’s Health Select Committee has undergone significant post-election changes. Five members have departed, including its chair Paul Hutchison and his deputy Jian Yang.

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