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CE Update – 29 July 2020

Wednesday 29 July 2020CE Update2 minutes to read

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West Coast DHB’s own newsletter.

In this July edition of the CE Update, Chief Executive David Meates gives a special thanks to everyone on the Coast for waiting patiently for our long-awaited new facility, Te Nīkau, Grey Hospital & Health Centre. He also acknowledges the huge efforts everyone across the West Coast Health System put into our response to the COVID-19 pandemic response.

Our stories

  • Tribute to Rodger Mills
  • Our COVID-19 Alert Level 3 baby
  • Welcome to Te Nīkau, Grey Hospital & Health Centre
  • Combined health careers on the Coast “fantastic achievement”
  • Providing innovative and flexible care to Māori during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Remembering Florence Nightingale

Regulars

  • Something for you – your employee benefits
  • Primary care improvement case study West Coast Primary Health Organisation: Improving access to care and the journey of Maori and whanau with diabetes
  • South Island Alliance update
  • Maternity staff say good bye to McBrearty Ward
  • Looking after yourself – winter wellbeing winners
  • Health Quality & Safety Commission New Zealand E-digest, Issue 118
  • Activity & Nutrition Aotearoa newsletter
  • One minute with Marion Smith, Portfolio Manager – Hauora Māori
  • eCALD – Enhancing CALD Cultural Competence newsletter
  • iSupport: One source for all your ISG needs
  • Bouquets.

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