General Surgeon Ros Pochin recently delivered funds raised through the Nelson Hospital Charity Ball to Giving Aroha, an organisation which provides meals to those in need in Nelson.
Marlborough Urgent Care Centre's General Manger Lawrence Laus shares why three hours makes all the difference to ED, GPs and the community.
There are around 300 nurse practitioners in New Zealand and having graduated from the Nurse Practitioner Training Programme this past December, Chris Gaul is now among their ranks.
Te Whatu Ora Occupational Health Nurse Jamie McCay has been awarded the University of Otago J R McKenzie (C M Greenslade Memorial) Prize for his work on promoting a mentally...
Medical Officer of Health Dr Rachel Eyre: “We’ve all worked hard and want to unwind, let’s do so knowing that we are keeping ourselves and everyone else around us safe”
As COVID-19 case numbers climb again and are anticipated to peak over the festive period, it is important to be prepared and know how to keep safe while on holiday...
Michelle Hunt, Centre Manager for the Nelson Tasman Cancer Society, on being SunSmart in our sun-shiny region
Sunnier days mean more exposure to harmful sun rays. Here are some sun safety tips to keep you and whānau protected this summer, plus Shade Loan and Skin Check Voucher information.
This past November the Nelson Marlborough Smokefree team participated in an education day focused on Youth & Vaping.
Involving patients in their care takes many different forms - and a recent event held by our Hapori Ranga Hinengaro team shows how feelings of belonging, community and shared purpose...
Nurses in Nelson and Wairau Hospitals’ Emergency Department are enthusiastic about TrendCare’s arrival in ED and the potential the programme holds to paint a picture of how many hours of care a patient needs compared to the time and workforce available.
Pet therapy has returned to the AT&R ward.