As part of the Government’s changes to health services, all District Health Boards are now part of one united entity.
It’s important to note that healthcare won’t change immediately – when people need care, they will still go to the same providers and the same hospital that they do now.
As well as the interim District Director, Nelson Marlborough, Lexie O’Shea, we will have an interim Regional Director, Te Waipounamu, Peter Bramley, who will support the area. Under these arrangements, delegations for decision making are in many cases the same as for the former chief executives and Boards.
This winter will be challenging for our health and disability system and for all of us: there's likely to be a long tail of COVID-19 cases and with the border...
There are 241 new cases to report and a total of 2050 active cases.
Join us to learn more about the impact of dementia / mate wareware on individuals, our families and whānau, and our communities. This evening of discussion aims to inform, educate and provide some answers about a very important area of health care that is affecting us more widely as our community ages.
We have 173 new cases to report today. There were 183 new cases on Sunday and 198 on Saturday.
We have 222 new cases to report today, and a total of 2,318 active cases.
We have 247 new cases to report today, and a total of 2,205 active cases.
We have 185 new cases to report today, and a total of 2,233 active cases.
We have 253 new cases to report today, and a total of 2,625 active cases.
We have 343 new cases to report today, and a total of 2,754 active cases.