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 Published: 14/11/2014

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Published: 14/11/2014




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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Auckland DHB website survey

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Auckland DHB conducts regular review of Department of Forensic Pathology

14 November, 2014

Auckland DHB’s Department of Forensic Pathology is being reviewed. There is no specific concern about the quality of the clinical service in respect of the standard of autopsy reporting. Read more here.

Babies given the best start in life

10 November, 2014

New mums in Auckland can be assured they have all the help and support needed to give their baby the best start in life, as National Women’s Health maternity services were once again accredited as Baby Friendly. Read more.






Best foot forward to reduce falls

7 November, 2014

Coloured wristbands and a confusion screening tool are some of the latest techniques being used at Auckland City Hospital to help reduce the number of patients falling in wards. The ‘Falls Concept Ward’ introduces a range of innovative and tested initiatives developed by Older People’s Health specialists with an aim to reduce falls with harm by 20 per cent. Read more.





Health Excellence Awards Finalists 2014 announced

5 November, 2014

Auckland District Health Board (DHB) is pleased to announce the finalists in the five categories of its Health Excellence Awards 2014. The annual award ceremony celebrates the work of our people who are developing innovative ways of delivering healthcare services, or undertaking cutting edge research that benefits the health and wellbeing of both staff and the patients we care for. Read more

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