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NOVA - October/November 2014

Check out the latest issue of NOVA magazine with stories on our Mother and Baby Unit, local heroes, at our best, clinical leadership, Falls Concept Ward Initiative, waste converters, health targets, #fallsruinthefun and more!

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Interpreting services

Did you know we offer interpreting and translation services in more than 70 languages? 

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Show how much you appreciate one of the Auckland DHB Team by nominating them as a local hero.

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FEATURED NEWS

Seeking family/whānau members to speak about the care of dying patients in Auckland City Hospital

30 September 2014

In July, Auckland City Hospital introduced a new document that guides the way we care for adult dying patients and the support we offer to their family/whānau. Read more.    

 

Specialist mental health mother and baby unit 

22 September 2014

A specialist mother and baby unit that provides care and treatment for new and expectant mothers with mental health conditions has been opened at Auckland City Hospital. Read more.

 

Auckland DHB announced as finalist in New Zealand Innovators Awards

12 September 2014

Auckland DHB’s Hidden Hospital project has been selected as a 2014 New Zealand Innovators Award finalist – Innovation in Health & Science. Read more. 

 

Auckland DHB hosts Alliance agreement signing

11 September 2014

Chair of the Alliance and Deputy-Director Funding, Auckland and Waitemata DHBs, Tim Wood says the signing of the Auckland-Waitemata Health Alliance agreement provides the opportunity to improve the health and well-being of the people within the two health districts. Read more. 

 

DHW Lab completes first hospital design project with Auckland City Hospital

5 September 2014

The Design For Health and Wellbeing Lab (DHW Lab), a collaboration between AUT’s School Art and Design and the Auckland DHB, has recently completed its first project - a patient and family-centred design to communicate a patient journey through the emergency department. Read more.

 

Auckland DHB achieves all six national Health Targets

26 August 2014

Auckland District Health Board (DHB) is celebrating after achieving all six national Health Targets, proving its dedication and commitment to provide high quality services for patients and their families. Read more.



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