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Most services have moved back to Buller Health

The services that have moved back are: Buller Medical Centre, Phlebotomy (blood testing), Community Mental Health, Community Services, Radiology and District Nursing.

The following services will continue to operate from the temporary facility at Club Buller, 44 Queen Street until later this week:

The temporary Foote Ward, Acute Assessment, Patients and Emergency Care 24/7, Maternity, West Coast DHB’s Westport Emergency Operations Centre

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Last updated:
28 July 2021

Most services have moved back to Buller Health. This includes:

  • Buller Medical Centre – This facility will be open to patients from 9am to 4:30pm. Initially it will continue to operate as a drop-in centre with no appointments necessary this week
  • Phlebotomy (blood testing)
  • Community mental health
  • Community services (Please enter via main entrance on Cobden Street)
  • District Nursing
  • Radiology

The following services will continue to operate from the temporary facility at Club Buller, 44 Queen Street until later this week:

  • The temporary Foote Ward
  • Acute Assessment
  • Patients and Emergency Care 24/7
  • Maternity
  • West Coast DHB’s Westport Emergency Operations Centre

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Please continue to phone us on our usual phone numbers 788 9030 and 788 9277 and your calls will be redirected as appropriate

Career Plan – Worksheet – (Computer typable)

  • Date: 8 Aug 2019
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Career Plan Worksheet for Postgraduate Nursing Education

This worksheet consists of 4 parts:

  1. Knowing Yourself

    The first step in planning your career is evaluating and understanding who you are and what you want from your work and life. The following table is provided to help you focus on factors that influence this. If you are early in your career you are less likely to have defined a specific career direction, and it is acceptable for you to keep your options open.

  2. Explore the Possibilities 

    This section is all about finding out what career options are available. Research the possible career pathways that are open and attractive to you.  Consider your self assessment outcomes, and, in consultation with your Line Manager, review local health workforce needs for the future. Use the table below to outline at least three options.

  3. Making Choices 

    Now it is time to consider the suitability of each of the above options and decide (in consultation with your Line Manager) which option is the best match for your aspirations and for the local workforce.

  4. Make it Happen 

    In order to achieve your goals you need to have an agreed course of action. You and your manager need to have a clear understanding of what steps you will be taking, the commitment needed by both you and your manager, and any relevant timeframes. You are now ready to complete the career plan.

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