Nelson Marlborough Health News and Notices

Jumping for a good cause

Our awesome health promoter Miraka Norgate jumped out of a plane at 16,500 feet.  What would it take you to do the same?

 


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Spotlight on Murchison

Medical students get a taste of rural life and the 'alternative' highway impacts on the Health Centre. The spotlight is on Murchison in the Nelson Marlborough Health Connections staff magazine.


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Coastguard Pete wins award

Our Emergency Manager Pete Kara has received an excellence award from the region’s Coastguard unit.


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Inspirational address given over breakfast

'Get it checked' and 'talk to your whanau' are two of the messages former All Black Buck Shelford shared at a recent hui to raise awareness of prostate cancer.


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It's Atrial Fibrillation (AF) week

To celebrate Atrial Fibrillation (AF) week, our cardiology team are offering quick, non-invasive ECG check, blood-pressure check and online questionnaire.


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Strengthening our Top of the South health partnerships


Te Piki Oranga, the kaupapa Māori health services provider in Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka o Maui (Nelson/Tasman/Marlborough) has formally joined the Top of the South Health Alliance (ToSHA) as a partner.


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Our Kaumatua shares his cancer journey

When Nelson Marlborough Health Kaumatua Archdeacon Andy Joseph attended the Nelson Cancer Korero hui, he wasn't to know it would change his life.


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Health News - September

The September edition of Health News is available to read in local community papers.


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The Long Game: Planning for your later years

Ensuring an active and fulfilling lifestyle in your later years is a long game.


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Students get a taste of a career in health

Around 120 potential recruits to the health workforce attended the Health Careers Fairs in Wairau and Nelson recently.


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