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Gloriavale – the number of notifiable diseases from the Gloriavale Christian Community for the years 2011 and 2012

RE Official information request WCDHB 9419

We refer to your email dated 15 April 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

May I please have the number of notifiable diseases from the Gloriavale Christian Community for the years 2011 and 2012.

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Abortion services concerning the second and third trimesters only. Access and Providers. This is post the Abortion Legislation Act which came into force on 24/3/2020

RE Official information request CDHB 10298 and WCDHB 9416

We refer to your email received 14 April 2020 requesting information under the Official Information Act from Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB regarding the Abortion Legislation Act (ALA 2020) and specifically with regard to 2nd and 3rd trimester terminations.

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Breakdown of DMAs conducted by health organisation type DHB/PHO etc. Assessment results?

RE Official information request WCDHB 9409

We refer to your email dated 9 March 2020 to the Ministry of Health which they partially transferred to us on 18 March 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding Digital Maturity Assessments (DMAs).

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Best Practice: Archiving, Storage, Biobanking of Human Tissue for Diagnostic Purposes

RE Official information request CDHB 10287 and WCDHB 9405

I refer to your email dated 11 March 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB regarding Best practice: Archiving, Storage, Biobanking of Human Tissue for Diagnostic Purposes.

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Internal legal costs CDHB and WCDHB

RE Official information request CDHB 10297 and WCDHB 9415

We refer to your email sent to the Ministry of Health on 13 March 2020 and which they subsequently partially transferred to Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB on 7 April 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act. Specifically question 1:

1. Please advise re any internal legal costs regarding Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB

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RE: 1080 Buller River aerial operation, November 2019

RE Official information request WCDHB 9406

We refer to your email dated 13 March 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding clarification of our responses to Official Information Act requests WCDHB 9391 and WCDHB 9394.  Specifically related to Buller River 1080 aerial operation November 2019.

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1. DHB policy on second opinions requested by a third party who is a medical practitioner currently involved in the medical care of the patient from whom the pathological material was original obtained. 2. In the event your DHB deviates from the RCPA policy, please explain why?

RE Official information request CDHB 10293 and WCDHB 9411

We refer to your email dated 22 March 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB.

1. I respectfully request your DHB’s policy on second opinions requested by a third party who is a medical practitioner currently involved in the medical care of the patient from whom the pathological material was originally obtained.

2. In the event that your DHB deviates from the aforementioned RCPA policy, I request an explanation for why your DHB deviates from best practice.

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Birthing info, women transferred elsewhere. Transfers from Buller by ambulance and helicopter, Costs of transfers

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9396

I refer to your email dated 20 February 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB specifically:

1. The number of births per month at Kawatiri Maternity Unit in the past five years (to June 30, 2019), and the number of Buller mothers who birthed in Greymouth Hospital over the same period (also per month please).
2. The number of home births in Buller per month over the same period.
3. The number of Buller mothers who birthed outside the Coast over the same period.
4. The number of patient transfers from Buller Hospital to hospitals elsewhere, per month, in the past five years (to June 30, 2019).
5. The number of those transfers to each hospital (ie Greymouth, Christchurch, Nelson).
6. The number of transfers from Buller Hospital by ambulance, and the number by helicopter, per month, for the same period.
7. The cost of ambulance transfers from Buller each year, and the cost of helicopter transfers each year.
8. The number of fixed wing transfers per month from Buller over the five years, and the cost of those transfers.
9. The number of those fixed wing transfers to each hospital.

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detailed breakdown of any and all incidents relating to equipment not being properly sterilised by the District Health Board from March 2019. Please clarify if the lack of sterilisation was picked up before or after patient exposure.

RE Official information request WCDHB 9407

We refer to your email dated 13 March 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

• I would like a detailed breakdown of any and all incidents relating to equipment not being properly sterilised by the District Health Board from March 2019.
• Please clarify if the lack of sterilisation was picked up before or after patient exposure.

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Partial trans from MoH: Q1 The NASC manual for older persons health. Q4. The number of over 65’s receiving long term NCSS in each region (please record personal care and household management separately).

RE Official information request WCDHB 9410

We refer to your email dated 24 February 2020 to the Ministry of Health and partially transferred to us on 18 March 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding Older Persons Health. The Ministry of Health have transferred questions 1 and 4 as below:

1. The NASC Manual for Older Persons Health
4. The number of over 65’s receiving long term HCSS in each region (please record personal care and household management separately)

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Reported assaults / sexual harassment

Official Information Request WCDHB 9402

I refer to your email dated 27 February 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

1. The number of sexual harassment reports made by person(s) employed (staff) by the DHB in the calendar years of 2019, 2018 and 2017, broken down by whether they involved either patients or other staff.

2. The number of sexual harassment reports made by patients to the DHB in the calendar years of 2019, 2018 and 2017, broken down by involving either other patients or staff.

3. The number of complaints made to the DHB by staff members for each of the following:
a) Physical assault/abuse
b) Verbal assault/abuse
c) Psychological assault/abuse
d) Racial assault/abuse;

4. The number of complaints made to the DHB by patients for each of the following:
a) Physical assault/abuse
b) Verbal assault/abuse
c) Psychological assault/abuse
d) Racial assault/abuse;

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Measles: cost to the DHB from the measles epidemic, number of measles related presentations, number of admissions, number ICU admissions and average bed days in ICU, total of bed days due to measles related illness.

RE Official information request WCDHB 9403

We refer to your email dated 27 February 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding the measles epidemic during 2019. Specifically:

1. The total cost to the DHB from the measles epidemic, between January 1 and December 31, 2019, broken down by the reasons for the costs.
2. The total number of measles-related presentations between January 1 and December 31, 2019, broken down by month.
3. The total number of measles-related admissions between January 1 and December 31, 2019, broken down by month.
4. The total number of measles-related ICU admissions and average bed days in ICU between January 1 and December 31, 2019, broken down by month.
5. The total of bed days recorded by the DHB due to measles-related illness, broken down by month.

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Level of insulation at Reefton Integrated Health Centre / Ziman House.

Official Information Request WCDHB 9401

I refer to your email dated 27 February 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

1. I wanted to enquire into the level of insulation at the Reefton Integrated Health Centre/ Ziman House.
a. Is there underfloor insulation, double glazed windows and when the last time the ceiling was pink batted.
b. Also if there were any plans to insulate the building in the future?

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Ophthalmology wait list, breakdown of how long these patients have been waiting. Number of patients referred / transferred from DHB to private provider, Number of clinics, Number of adverse events.

RE: Official Information Act Request WCDHB 9399

I refer to your email dated 24 February 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

1.The number of patients currently on the DHB’s ophthalmology wait list (as at February 1,2020)
2.A breakdown of how long these patients have been waiting for appointments – broken downby the time between the initial referral and first appointment, and those waiting for/overduefor follow-up appointments (as at February 1, 2020)
3. The number of patients referred/transferred from the DHB’s ophthalmology service to private providers or other outside contractors, broken down by calendar year from 2008-2019
4. The number of dedicated clinics (including, but not exclusive to: catch-up clinics, weekend and evening clinics) over and above held by the DHB broken down by calendar year

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COVID-19 questions

RE Official information request WCDHB 9408

We refer to your email dated 16 March 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding preparations for COVID-19. We note that our Communications team have provided you with the Ministry of Health link for a response to questions 3 and 5. https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/covid-19-novel-coronavirus-update-25-february and we will respond to the following questions:
1. How many hospital beds are in your DHB?
2. How many beds are currently available?
4. How many ICU beds are available?
6. How many ventilators do you have?
7. How many non-invasive ventilation machines?
8. How many ventilators are in-use?
9. Are any more ventilators being ordered in? If so, how many, and roughly how much do they cost per-unit?
10. How many ICU consultants do you have on staff?
11. How many respiratory physicians do you have on staff?
12. How many general medicine physicians?
13. How many anaesthetists do you have on staff?
14. How many anaesthetic registrars do we have able to intubate a patient? The West Coast DHB does not employ any anaesthetic registrars.

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1. Cost breakdown of Christmas party allocations for each branch for 2019. 2. End of year bonuses allocated in 2019. 3. Cost breakdown of all international travel taken by the CEO paid for by the MoH in 2019? Where CEO travelled and for what purpose.

RE: OFFICIAL INFORMATION ACT REQUEST WCDHB 9400

I refer to your email dated 26 February 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

1. A cost break down of Christmas party allocations for each branch, including head office, for the year 2019.
2. A cost break down of all end-of-year bonuses allocated in the year 2019 by person and job title.
3. A cost break down of all international travel taken by the Chief Executive, paid for by the ministry in the year 2019.
a. I would like it stipulated where the Chief Executive travelled and what the purpose was.

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Details as to how the flu vaccine was rolled out among hospital staff this year.

RE Official information request WCDHB 9413

We refer to your email dated 30 March 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

Details as to how the flu vaccine was rolled out among hospital staff this year.

  1. Which staff were done first? Which wards (staff) were done first?
  2. When was corporate done?
  3. Are partners of frontline workers being offered the vaccine?
  4. Were they offered it in the past?

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All Asbestos Management Plans prepared under Regulation 13(2) of the Health and Safety at Work (Asbestos) Regulations 2016.

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9395

I refer to your email dated 31 January 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB specifically:

• copies of all Asbestos Management Plans prepared under Regulation 13(2) of the Health and Safety at Work (Asbestos) Regulations 2016 for all workplaces occupied or from time to time occupied by the District Health Board where asbestos or ACM (Asbestos Containing Material) is suspected to be or has been identified at the workplace.

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1080 poisoning of the Buller River catchment in 2019 resulting in animals and marine life washed up onto West Coast beaches.

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9394

I refer to your email dated 6 February 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

1080 poisoning of the Buller river catchment in 2019 resulted in poisoned animals washed down the Buller river and poisoned marine life washed up onto west coast beaches. Animals poisoned by 1080 operations are a public health hazard as the poison can remain active in carcasses as fluoroacetate, especially in intestines and bones.

1. Please provide a dated list of the visits made by HSNO Enforcement and Public Health Officers which relate to the poisoning operation. The visits may include the helicopter loading site, checking that buffer zones and public pathways were not poisoned, the river banks and mouth and coastline where poisoned carcasses were deposited, the testing laboratories, the disposal area, and any other sites connected with the conduct and effects of the poisoning operation.
2. Please provide copies of the reports produced by these officers.
3. Please provide copies of reports produced by or for the Board reviewing the 1080 poisoning operation.

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Gender reassignment hormone therapy – number referred, treated, ages, transitioning from male to female, female to male?

RE Official Information Act request CDHB 10269 and WCDHB 9393

I refer to your email dated 5 February 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB. Specifically, regarding gender reassignment hormone therapy.

1. How many people were referred to the DHB for gender reassignment hormone therapy in each calendar year in 2018 and 2019?
2. How many were treated within the DHB and how many were referred to another DHB? If so, where?
3. What was the breakdown of ages in each of those years (youngest/ oldest/ median age)?
4. How many were transitioning male to female and how many female to male in each of those years?

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1080 – information re Te Maruia, Inangahua and Buller catchments Sept-November 2019

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9391

I refer to your email dated 17 December 2019 and received by this office on 30 January 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically, regarding 1080.

1. Please provide copies of applications received by the DHB from Department of Conservation that sought permission to use Vertebrate Toxic Agents in the Te Maruia, Inangahua, and Buller catchments for the period around September-November 2019.
2. Please provide copies of the permissions granted by the DHB (Public Health HSNO Enforcement Officer) in response to these applications, together with the conditions of permission imposed by the DHB.
3. The VTA permission application form states: “Have you provided evidence to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of ERMA NZ’s Communication Guidelines for Aerial 0180 operations?” Please provide copies of the evidence of compliance which accompanied the applications for permission.
4. Please state how the Public Health HSNO Enforcement Officer verified the statements made by the applicant. Or did the DHB officer accept the statements at face value?
5. Did the Public Health HSNO Enforcement Officer or other DHB officer attend and observe the operation?
6. The West Coast DHB gave permission for a poisoning operation that has appalled the public. Marine creatures harvested by the public were found dead amongst poisoned rats at the mouth of the Buller river, indicating that human health was not protected by the DHB’s conditions of permission. Do you consider that the DHB should not be party to permitting the use of Vertebrate Toxic Agents which have the capacity to harm human health by the way they are being used?

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How many people were put on a waitlist to access detox and rehab addiction services each year over past four years?

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9390

I refer to your email dated 13 December 2019 to the Ministry of Health which they subsequently partially transferred to us on 3 February 2020, requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically, regarding addiction services question 3 a,b and c.

1. Can you please provide a list of the different types of addiction services people can access through the public health system?

2. How many rehab and detox beds are currently available through the public health system for people addicted to drugs and alcohol?

3. How many people were put on a waitlist to access detox and rehab addiction services each year over the past four years (2016 – 2019)?

  1. Can each year please be broken down into months i.e. the number of people each month put on a waitlist?
  2. Can the waitlisted people please be broken down into category i.e. what service it was that they were wanting to access, and were subsequently waitlisted for?
  3. Can you please categorise these waitlisted people into wait-times i.e. those who had to wait 5 weeks, 6 weeks, 7 weeks and so on?

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Number of phone calls to the mental health crisis team over the past five years.

RE Official information request WCDHB 9385

I refer to your email dated 24 January 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding calls to the mental health crisis team. We note your clarification received 30 January as below.

1. I would like to obtain the number of phone* calls to the mental health crisis team over the past five years broken down by year.
2. I would also like to obtain how many of these phone* calls were referred to police.
3. I would also like to obtain how many phone* calls were not answered.

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If someone should show signs of 1080 poisoning after contact with buried, or non-buried carcasses what differential diagnoses will be considered and used for treatment and will DHB staff ignore both the precautionary principle and the results from an independent lab but use the results from a lab which does not test for fluorocitrate.

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9377(a)

I refer to your email, dated 16 December 2019, requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. This request being a follow up to our response to WCDHB 9377. Specifically:

1. Re Q2 If someone should show signs of 1080 poisoning after contact with buried, or non-buried, carcasses what differential diagnoses will be considered and used for treatment and will

2. DHB staff ignore both the precautionary principle and the results from an independent lab but use the results from a lab which does not test for fluorocitrate, the toxic compound, and uses a testing method which is over 30 years old?

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Smokefree policies 2000-2019

Official Information Request WCDHB 9386

I refer to your email dated 29 January 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

  1. Smoke-free policies (tobacco and/or vaping), including any specific to mental health inpatient facilities, used by West Coast DHB between and including the years 2000 – 2019.
  2. Policies related to smoking (tobacco), including any specific to mental health inpatient facilities, used by the former CHE and Health and Hospital Services between and including the years 1993-1999.

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The numbers and costs for past twelve months for medical transfers

Official Information Request WCDHB 9382

I refer to your email dated 13th January 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

• I would like to see the numbers and cost figures for the past twelve months for medical transfers. But I would like to know if there has been an increase within that period so a break-down of flights by the month would be helpful.

We are interested in the number and cost of medical patient transfers by helicopter, to and from Buller hospital. I understand there were three on Saturday afternoon alone and we are wondering why patients cannot be transported more cheaply by road? It’s been suggested there may be a shortage of St John volunteers to drive or accompany them.

The questions are:

• How often is this happening?

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How many assaults there were on staff in the past year and how it compares to the year before, physical, verbal, medical treatment required

Official Information Request WCDHB 9384

We refer to your email dated 16 January 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

• How many assaults there were on staff in the past year, and how it compares to the year before?
a. How many were physical?
b. How many were verbal?
c. Did anyone require medical treatment?

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An approximate estimate of hospital floor space in square metres of all hospitals owned by WCDHB

Official Information Request WCDHB 9380

I refer to your email dated 4 January 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding Hospital floor space.

1. To provide an approximate estimate of hospital floor space in square metres of all hospitals owned by West Coast District Health Board. A rough estimate will be fine.

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Number of suicides while in care of DHB? Suicides within a week of discharge over past five years? Suicides by someone living in community with support.

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9379

I refer to your email, dated 5 December 2019 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

• Have there been any suicides of people while in the care of the DHB in the past five years? (On the ward)
• Have there been any suicides by someone within a week of discharge over the past five years?
• Have there been any suicides by someone living in the community with support in the past five years?

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Chronic pain services provided by West Coast DHB

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9378

I refer to your email, dated 26 November 2019 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding chronic pain services for the population of our district health board. Specifically:

1. Are chronic pain services separately funded by the DHB? If so please provided data on:
o Budgeted and actual expenditure in 2017/2018 and 2018/2019
o Number of pain specialists/consultants employed by the DHB
o Number of patients (both non-ACC and ACC patients) who received services in 2017/2018 and 2018/2019
o Average waiting times for an appointment following referral from a GP or other health practitioner
o Makeup and dedicated FTE of the multidisciplinary team workforce.

2. If there is no chronic pain service, please provide information on:
o Where patients are referred to, and the average waiting times for assessment and treatment in 2017/2018 and 2018/2019
o Number of patients referred for services out of the district in 2017/2018 and 2018/2019.

3. What steps is the DHB taking to improve chronic pain services?

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The performance measure results of each department from September 2017 to September 2019 e.g. patient flow indicators.

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9356

1.The performance measure results of each department from September 2017 to September 2019 e.g. patient flow indicators.
2.The number of vacancies in specialist roles across each DHB department and length of each vacancy from September 2017 to September 2019?

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What monitoring will be done to ensure there is no public health risk from the contamination of Westport beaches from dead carcasses after the 1080 drop in the headwaters of the Buller River.

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9377

I refer to your email, dated 24 November 2019, requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB in relation to 1080 aerial drops of 1080 pellets. Specifically:

As the local Medical Officer of Health authorises 1080 aerial drops of 1080 pellets:

1.What monitoring will be done to ensure there is no public health risk from the contamination of Westport beaches from dead carcasses after the 1080 drop in the headwaters of the Buller River?

The carcasses have been collected and buried. There is no public health risk, provided that people do not disturb the burial site and come into direct contact with the carcasses. As a general rule, people should avoid having direct contact with the bodies of dead animals (regardless of what has caused the animals to die), particularly when decomposition has set in.

2.As the official tests have found no 1080, as opposed to independent testing that has found presence of 1080 and other ingredients of 1080 pellets in several animal species, what possibilities will be investigated by health authorities?

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Number of staff currently employed at Grey Hospital. Number expected to be employed when new hospital opens.

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9369

I refer to your email, dated 4 November 2019, requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

1. The number of staff currently employed in each discipline by the WCDHB at Grey Hospital (ie registered nurses, doctors, district nurses, allied health), expressed as both a raw number and as FTEs please.
2. The number of staff expected to be employed in each discipline when the new hospital opens, expressed as both a raw number and as FTEs.
3. The annual staff cost for the hospital in the year to June 30, 2019.
4. The expected annual staff cost for the hospital after the new hospital opens.

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WCDHB site master planning report from Board meeting Friday 1/11/2019

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9370

I refer to your email, dated 4 November 2019, requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

Please may I see the DHB site master planning report-minutes from the DHB meeting on Friday (1 November 2019)?

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Manaakitanga mental health unit. Engineering reports in last five years.

Official Information Request WCDHB 9373

I refer to your email dated 11 November 2019 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding Manaakitanga mental health inpatient unit.

I understand the Manaakitanga mental health inpatient unit building’s warrant of fitness issued by the Grey District Council is due to expire next year. Please provide the following information:

1. Any engineering reports for the unit produced in the last five years.
2. Any reports/documents on whether the unit meets earthquake code/reports on bringing it up to code.
3. The building’s warrant of fitness or other certification issued by Grey District Council in 2019 and 2018.
4. Any applications for 2020.

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The number of people who presented to a hospital emergency department with dental issues between 2014 and 2019.

RE Official Information Act request WCDHB 9375

I refer to your email, dated 31 October 2019, to the Ministry of Health which they subsequently partially transferred to us on 22 November 2019 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1.The number of people who presented to a hospital emergency department with dental issues in 2014, 2015,2016,2017,2018 and 2019. Please itemise per year, and, where possible, per hospital.

The number of recorded presentations at Grey Base Hospital Emergency Department for dental issues and related matters (inclusive of dental trauma and injury during accidents) during the financial periods 1 July to 30 June, between 2014 and 2019 were as follows:
• 2014/15 – 71
• 2015/16 – 86
• 2016/17 – 107
• 2017/18 – 99
• 2018/19 – 87

2.What is the standard procedure when someone presents to the emergency department with a dental problem? Please explain standard procedure for cases where treatment is refused, and where treatment is administered.

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