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Syphilis cases increasing among women »


There has been a large increase in the number of cases of syphilis reported in New Zealand but many cases are going unreported, because it is often mistaken for other conditions....continue »

People urged to vaccinate against whooping cough »


People are urged to be vaccinated against whooping cough (Pertussis) to protect themselves from the contagious disease which is currrently in the community....continue »

BreastScreen Coast to Coast will close on 22 December and re-open on 8 January »


BreastScreen Coast to Coast, in Amesbury St, will be taking a break between Christmas and New Year, returning on Monday, 8th January....continue »

Cyanobacteria warnings »


Recent Horizons Regional Council monitoring has found brown/black algal mats of cyanobacteria at a number of popular river swimming spots throughout the region. ...continue »

Price hike should encourage more to quit smoking »


Following a rise in the price of cigarettes and loose tobacco products from 1 January 2018, MidCentral DHB is expecting an increase in the number of people accessing stop smoking services....continue »

New patient administration system now live »


Over the weekend MidCentral DHB successfully introduced a major new regional computerised patient administration system, WebPAS, which will better enable clinicians to work across the region....continue »

DHBs announce their Christmas Day menu »


Palmerston North and Whanganui Hospitals will be serving their patients a delicious Christmas menu beginning with a traditional Christmas Day dinner at midday....continue »

Woodville prescription service cuts out travel »


In the wake of the Manawatu Gorge closure, health services in Tararua District have been under scrutiny, and the Woodville Medicine Depot is keen not to be overlooked....continue »

Key piece of hospital IT system goes live »


A major piece of the new shared regional computer health platform, involving patient clinics and admissions, goes live on 8 December....continue »

Incidence of whooping cough cases increases in district »


Medical authorities across the MidCentral District Health Board region are urging people to be vaccinated against whooping cough (Pertussis), as cases in the district increase, along with a national surge in numbers....continue »

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