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MDHB to continue with Spotless food services »


MidCentral District Health Board is to continue with its current arrangement for the provision of food services with Spotless Services for hospital inpatient meals, meals on wheels and staff and visitor cafes....continue »

46% more operations for MidCentral patients »

Press Release from the Minister of Health11/08/2015

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says more patients in MidCentral DHB are receiving the elective surgeries they need compared to seven years ago....continue »

Helping young parents live a smokefree life »


The Whakahau Ora programme that incentivises young parents to give up smoking is proving successful, with nearly 90 people signed up in the latest round....continue »

Smokefree outdoor dining and drinking areas a winner for Palmerston North »


MidCentral DHB Public Health applauds Palmerston North City Council (PNCC) for deciding to make Palmerston North outdoor dining and drinking areas Smokefree....continue »

Enable New Zealand Staff Member awarded the 2015 AAPNZ Administrative Professional Award »


Enable New Zealand staff member Rebeka Adamson has been awarded the 2015 Association of Administrative Professionals of New Zealand Inc. (AAPNZ) Administrative Professional Award. ...continue »

Turboman to stride out 5ks for kids »


Turboman will be tackling the Manawatu Striders’ 5K walk with kids of MidCentral DHB’s (MDHB) child development service this Sunday....continue »

MidCentral general practices more productive »

Press Release from the Minister of Health05/08/2015

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says the newly expanded Productive Series is already benefiting patients and staff at MidCentral general practices. ...continue »

MDHB celebrates World Breastfeeding Week 1-7 August »


MidCentral District Health Board will be celebrating World Breastfeeding Week, from 1-7 August 2015....continue »

Refurbishment of equipment benefits people with disabilities »


Refurbishing equipment is helping Enable New Zealand to get the best possible value for people with disabilities. Enable New Zealand is the facilitator and provider of disability equipment on behalf of the Ministry of Health. ...continue »

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