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The Bay of Plenty District Health Board is one of 20 District Health Boards in New Zealand
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BOP District Health Feb 11
The Bay of Plenty DHB are seeking a full-time professional leader for physiotherapy working across both Tauranga & Whakatane campuses
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BOP District Health Feb 11
The Bay of Plenty DHB are seeking a Radiologist with subspecialist interventional radiology skills & appropriate qualification to lead & manage the development of the Interventional Radiology Service across both the Tauranga & Whakatane campuses
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Sarah Davey Feb 10
Fantastic to see the Community Care Coordination team in their new home at The Kollective, social sector hub.
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TTO Public Health Feb 10
Mums, whānau, and friends - join us as we celebrate breastfeeding at Ukaipo Inc’s Summer Latch On! Goody bags for Mums and snacks for all at Wairaka Centennial Park, Whakatāne Heads from 9.30am this Thursday 14th February.
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TTO Public Health Feb 7
All Year 8 children at participating schools can receive free immunisations to protect against HPV, a common virus that can lead to several types of cancer. Children will be given a consent form to bring home for parents to read, sign & return to school
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Western Bay of Plenty Primary Health Organisation Feb 3
Today is World Cancer Day. The World Cancer Day 2019 theme is and aims to inspire and encourage action from individuals, the health community, and governments to improve public awareness and access to early detection, screening, and diagnosis.
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Fiona Burns Feb 3
Yes, a great honour to hear this in Whakatane. Certainly supports many of our projects, and commitment to Get well, Stay well and importantly for our older population Live well
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BOP District Health Feb 4
The 2019 Aotearoa Bike Challenge is back! The BOPDHB have a produced a 2 minute video encouraging staff to get on their bikes & beat the city congestion -
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Heart Foundation NZ Feb 2
It's been a while since you've packed a , so here are our top picks for hassle-free kids lunchboxes.
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BOP District Health Jan 31
Congratulations to Dr Sarah Mitchell as she transitions to her new role as BOPDHB's new Executive Director Allied Health Scientific &Technical and all the very best to Martin Chadwick with his move to the Ministry of Health
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Quality Improvement @ BOP Jan 31
Latest QI Resident at Whakatane Hospital, Dr Sarah Churton, proudly displaying her lightbulb having completed Improving Capability modules. Well done Sarah!
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TTO Public Health Jan 31
Following a number of cases of in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty and Lakes areas it’s an important time to check you and your family are immune. Read more here:
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BOP District Health Jan 31
Congratulations to Dr Sarah Mitchell as she transitions to her new role as BOPDHB's new Executive Director Allied Health Scientific &Technical and all the very best to Martin Chadwick with his move to the Ministry of Health
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TTO Public Health Jan 24
This long weekend remember to take care in the sun. Sunburn & skin damage is caused by Ultra Violet (UV) rays from the sun and it can lead to skin cancer. Remember to SLIP, SLOP, SLAP and WRAP to protect your skin and eyes from the sun's damaging rays -
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TTO Public Health Jan 28
Hot enough for ya?! With the Bay of Plenty and Lakes set to sizzle today, here are some tips to help you and your whānau beat the heat, stay cool and stay healthy 😎. For more information check out:
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Western Bay of Plenty Primary Health Organisation Jan 30
Would you recognise a heart attack? February is Heart Awareness Month. Watch this Heart Foundation video to see if you know the warning signs of a heart attack.
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BOP District Health Jan 30
Chief Medical Officer Dr Hugh Lees who has been teaching students for more than 30 years was awarded with the Distinguished Clinical Teacher Award from the University of Auckland’s School of Medicine. Click onto the link to see the full story
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BOP District Health Jan 24
Tēnā koe, thanks to Whānau Apanui Community Services Medical Centre in Te Kaha who helped my daughter after getting anaphylactic shock from a bee sting. This highlights how important rural health services are in our BOP community. Nga Mihi, Rosie.
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Quality Improvement @ BOP Jan 16
QI Taster session with nursing graduates as part of NETP
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BOP District Health Jan 14
Faster treatment & shorter stays the goal for Emergency Department project. Tailoring patients to the most appropriate health professionals in the timeliest way is the thought-process behind a Whakatāne Hospital Emergency Department (ED) project. Read on
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