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Consumer Council looking to recruit new members »

29/06/2018

The MidCentral DHB Consumer Council is looking to recruit new membership as it continues to advocate for the MidCentral community. ...continue »

Health and Wellbeing Plan being developed for Palmerston North »

26/06/2018

Palmerston North residents and groups are being asked for their views on the health and wellbeing of people and families/whānau in their community....continue »

No limits on free WiFi at Palmerston North Hospital »

25/06/2018

Palmerston North Hospital now offers unlimited free WiFi allowing patients and visitors to connect their mobile devices to the internet for however long they want....continue »

MidCentral DHB planning for essential services during NZNO industrial action »

20/06/2018

Nurses, midwives, and healthcare assistants covered by the NZNO MECA have today issued notice for a full withdrawal of labour for 24 hours from 7am on 5 July....continue »

Midwife care between 15 December 2018 and 15 January 2019 »

15/06/2018

Some women, especially those pregnant for the first time and living in the MidCentral District, are unable to find a Lead Maternity Care Midwife if they are due during the period 15 December 2015 and 15 January 2019....continue »

Palmerston North dairy owner has no regrets continuing tobacco-free stance »

31/05/2018

A Palmerston North dairy owner has no regrets about continuing to be a tobacco-free retailer....continue »

Opportunities to help shape District Digital Health Vision and Strategy »

25/05/2018

Members of the public are invited to help shape the future of digital health by contributing to the development of MidCentral District’s first-ever Digital Health Vision and Strategy....continue »

Out with the old and in with the new for Horowhenua Health Centre’s telephone system »

18/05/2018

Horowhenua Health Centre’s telephone lines have been given the all-clear - literally....continue »

Whanganui retailer fined for selling tobacco to a minor »

11/05/2018

A Whanganui retailer has been fined $500 by the Ministry of Health for selling tobacco products to an under 18-year-old....continue »

Research to improve support for clients on a benefit who have a health condition »

08/05/2018

The Ministry of Social Development is working with the MidCentral District Health Board on research aimed at finding better ways to help people on a benefit who have a health condition....continue »

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