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Our latest key plans and reports are listed at the top of this page, other recent documents are listed by date under these documents. 

Use the search menu (left) to apply a filter to list other documents published by the West Coast DHB, including our annual reports, annual plans and strategic plans. Each document has a document type, a summary, and topics and tags associated with it.

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781 documents.

Buller Public Meeting

Proposed Health Facility for Westport

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Buller Public Meeting – April 2018

Proposed Health Facility for Westport

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Advisory Committee Meeting – 23 March 2018

Advisory Committee Papers for 23 March 2018 Meeting

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Tatau Pounamu Meeting papers for March 2018

Tatau Pounamu Meeting Papers for 9 March 2018 meeting

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Total number of reported instances of violence against hospital staff

Total number of reported instances of violence against hospital staff working in West Coast DHB, broken down to by hospital, month and year department the incident took place.

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West Coast DHB New Graduate Nurse Entry to Practice & New Entry to Specialty Practice Mental Health and Addiction Programmes

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NETP Programme

The West Coast DHB NETP programme is designed to tautoko|support you to develop into a competent, confident, and professional kaitiaki|guardian of your community’s health and wellbeing. We facilitate a range of new and exciting learning opportunities that will help you achieve your career goals – whatever your moehewa|dream may be.
This rural programme incorporates 1:1 and group manaaki|support and care, preceptorship, and educational variety, including an Ara Institute of Canterbury graduate level paper. The programme is shared between Canterbury and West Coast DHBs, which means unique exposure to care provision in an urban environment.

NESP (Mental Health) Programme

The NESP programme is designed to tautoko|support you as a newly qualified or experienced registered nurse to transition to specialising in mental health. We offer exposure to exciting opportunities within this field that are unique to working in New Zealand’s most rural and remote health district.
NESP incorporates 1:1 and group manaaki|support and care, preceptorship, and educational opportunities through a postgraduate certificate that is recognised nationally and internationally. This programme is coordinated by the Canterbury DHB with funding from Te Pou, and will expose you to learning with, and from, colleagues based in a variety of urban and rural settings.

 

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WCH Facilities Newsletter – January 2018

West Coast Health Facilities Redevelopment Update

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Tatau Pounamu Meeting papers for December 2017

Tatau Pounamu Meeting Papers for 14 December 2017 meeting

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West Coast DHB Annual Plan 2017/2018

This Annual Plan has been prepared to meet the requirements of the New Zealand Public Health and Disability Act, Crown Entities Act, Public Finance Act, and Ministerial expectations set in 2016/17.

Please also see the System Level Measures Framework 2018-2019 – West Coast Health system Improvement Plan, which is to be read in conjuncton with the West Coast DHB Annual Plan.

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Hospital Advisory Committee Meeting – November 2017

Hospital Advisory Committee meeting agenda and papers

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CPHAC and DSAC meeting – November 2017

Community and public health and disability support advisory committee meeting agenda and meeting papers

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