Protect your little one from disease
Make sure they’re
immunised. It’s free. Talk to your doctor or nurse.
Pregnant mums, make sure your iron is on the level
Women need iron
more than ever when they're pregnant .
Health Passport on your next visit to the
hospital, so health workers know how to communicate
and support you.
Show how much you appreciate one of the Auckland DHB Team by
nominating them as a
profile: Ailsa Claire, Auckland District Health Board
CEO; Mahurangi Matters
5 March, 2014
Get to know our Chief Executive Ailsa Claire. Raised in
Dunedin, she began her career in health as a social
worker. She eventually wound up in England, during which
time she helped run the National Health Service (NHS) in
the UK. Back in New Zealand since 2012, she now calls
Read full story here...
Children’s Hospital – What’s happening under the plastic
The first stage of the Starship Theatre Development project
is currently underway with construction on a new enlarged
pre-operative area for our children and families including a
new family area.
Read full notice here…
Auckland DHB Second Quarter Health Targets Results
Auckland DHB Chief Executive Ailsa Claire says the results are very
encouraging and continue to represent a solid launching pad for the
rest of the year.
Read her statement here ...
Emergency Department clinical director supports
recommendations on alcohol
Clinical Director, Adult Emergency
Department, Auckland Hospital supports Medical Officer of
Health’s recommendation to reduce hours of sale of alcohol
in licensed premises.
Read full story...
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What to do if you're sick:
Go to your GP or doctor
non-urgent, less serious health concerns.
If you don't have a GP,
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- February/March 2014