Te Wiki Hauora Tāne (Men’s Health Week) runs from 13-19 June and is aimed at getting men to step back and think about their health. In this latest blog post, Jo Scott-Jones talks about the importance of taking the moment to check you're doing the right things for your own health, while looking after the health of others.
Pinnacle nursing director Jan Adams has been awarded as an Honorary Professor of Te Huataki Waiora School of Health at University of Waikato, following her work with the university to establish its Bachelor of Nursing programme.
World Family Doctor Day, 19 May, was first declared by WONCA in 2010. It has become a day to highlight the role and contribution of family doctors and primary care teams in healthcare systems around the world.
Today Health Minister Andrew Little announced the first nine locality network pilots to improve how healthcare is delivered in local communities. We’re excited to share that Taupō/Tūrangi and Hauraki have been selected in this pilot phase.
Clayton Kohatu (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga and Ngāti Maniapoto) is clearly driven by his kaupapa, and it’s that kaupapa that brings him to our Pinnacle waka as the new network lead for Tairāwhiti.