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 Published: 16/12/2014

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Published: 16/12/2014




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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Ka Pai Whānau

Ka Pai Whānau is about celebrating with our people and connecting with our community as we countdown to the holiday season. Throughout December a range of activities are planned. We will announce any public activities on our Facebook page.

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

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Food service to patients unaffected

16 November, 2014

The food service for patients at Auckland City Hospital was not affected yesterday. Many of the kitchen staff have returned today and with the continuing support of food services managers the food service will continue as normal.


Auckland-region DHBs accept Food Services proposal

15 December 2014

The three Auckland Metro District Health Boards (Auckland, Waitemata and Counties Manukau DHBs) have decided to proceed with a proposal that will see Compass Group become responsible for the procurement, preparation and delivery of Food Services in the region’s public hospitals and clinics. Read more.

Immunise On Time Every Time to protect your baby

8 December, 2014

Parents and caregivers are being urged to be on time, every time with infant immunisations for the best protection against serious, preventable diseases. Babies should receive scheduled immunisations at age six-weeks, three-months and five-months, vaccinating against a raft of serious diseases including Rotavirus, Pneumococcal, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (Whooping Cough), Polio and Hepatitis B. Read more.



Health Excellence Awards Winners 2014 announced

4 December, 2014

Auckland District Health Board (DHB) presented the winners of its Health Excellence Awards 2014 last night at the Auckland War Memorial Museum’s Event Centre. The Health Excellence awards (‘the awards’) celebrate the work of Auckland DHB teams and our partner organisations who demonstrate excellence. Read more.





Patients surveyed on their experience of hospital

27 November, 2014

Auckland DHB is encouraging people to respond to a new survey asking for feedback on their stay in hospital. A random selection of people in the Auckland DHB region who spent at least one night in hospital from 3 to 16 November have been sent an invitation to participate in the national survey. Read more.


Family Violence Intervention Team uses social media to say "no" to domestic violence

24 November, 2014

Auckland DHB’s Family Violence Team is leading a social media campaign in support of White Ribbon Day on 25 November asking colleagues to stand up and say "no" to domestic violence. Read more.






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