In the September issue of the Nelson Marlborough Health Connections staff magazine, medical secretary Sue Kysow talks about how a simple health check changed her life.
Maori and Pacific parents in the Nelson Marlborough region are choosing to vaccinate their children in greater numbers.
Dr Andrew Lindsay, Medical Officer of Health with the Nelson Marlborough Public Health Service, has issued a reminder to GPs and other healthcare professionals in the region to be alert to mumps.
Our awesome health promoter Miraka Norgate jumped out of a plane at 16,500 feet. What would it take you to do the same?
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.
Our Emergency Manager Pete Kara has received an excellence award from the region’s Coastguard unit.
'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.
To celebrate Atrial Fibrillation (AF) week, our cardiology team are offering quick, non-invasive ECG check, blood-pressure check and online questionnaire.
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.
When Nelson Marlborough Health Kaumatua Archdeacon Andy Joseph attended the Nelson Cancer Korero hui, he wasn't to know it would change his life.