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 Published: 24/04/2015

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Published: 24/04/2015




Haere Mai and Welcome to Auckland DHB.

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NOVA magazine

Check out the new April/May issue of NOVA for stories on the Mana Clinic, our "clean team", advance care planning, influenza, Patient Experience Week, A+ Trust Health Workforce Scholarship and more!

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

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Auckland DHB progressing Sustainable Transport Project

23 April 2015

Charles Montgomery, best-selling author and expert on how to build cities that make people happier and healthier spoke to health professionals at Auckland DHB on 22 April. Charles was invited to present as part of the Sustainable Transport Project. The Project is aimed at improving the experience of travelling to Auckland and Greenlane hospitals for patients, visitors and staff.

Have a conversation that counts… before it’s too late

16 April 2015

Well-known TV household personality, Tammy Wells, is encouraging New Zealanders to start thinking, talking and planning for their future and end-of-life care before it is too late. Known as the ‘Briscoes lady’ who has appeared on our screens for almost three decades, Tammy is sharing her story following her own experiences of losing her mother, Bonnie, to a short illness in 2013.


Aucklanders – don’t forget about Healthline this Easter

31 March 2015

Chocolate overload is probably the biggest health hazard most Aucklanders will face over Easter but, as sure as eggs, someone will have a tummy upset, strain their back or develop a nasty cough. And it’s even worse if you are away from home or after-hours when medical centres are closed.


Join Dr Barry Snow in a rare opportunity to hear and talk with Dr Atul Gawande

6 March 2015

The Health Quality & Safety Commission is urging people working in the health and disability and aged care sectors to take full advantage of a rare opportunity to hear and talk with one of the world’s most respected and forward-thinking health communicators, American surgeon and writer Dr Atul Gawande.

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During after-hours
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