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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 Jun 13
The BOPDHB is journeying towards a cleaner greener vehicle fleet as it takes delivery of its first 3 hybrid technology cars. The DHB has signed up to CEMARS (Carbon Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme) as an onward commitment to reducing carbon emissions
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BOP District Health Jun 10
Congratulations to the Hāpainga team for remaining one of the top 3 services in NZ for its successful quit smoking rate! A great achievement for the small BOP team of 5 who work with smoking cessation practitioners supporting people to quit across both the Eastern & Western Bay
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BOP District Health Jun 9
Bay of Plenty’s Community Care Coordination Centre (CCC), the single place for people to access district nursing care, information and support has plans to expand and needs your input. Please help us by completing our short survey
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BOP District Health Jun 7
The BOPDHB becomes one of NZs first DHBs to install a repackaging machine in Tauranga Hospital Pharmacy. Latest technology frees up healthcare professionals time for patients. The EV-54 NANO vial filling machine (‘Evie’ for short) went fully operational this week
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BOP District Health Jun 6
Tauranga Hospital ED team embracing Crazy Socks 4 Docs Day. The significance behind the day is to address the stigma surrounding mental health and make it ok for a doctor not to be ok
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BOP District Health Jun 6
The Vocal Chords choir have been busy rehearsing for Matariki celebrations, performing at the Incubator in Tauranga's Historic Village tonight from 5.30pm.
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BOP District Health Jun 6
The sky was not the limit for Dr Fiona Miller, Mental Health & Addictions Service Clinical Director as she skydived 10,000 feet and raised $754 for the Graeme Dingle Foundation in this year’s Drop Your Boss event
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BOP District Health May 30
Health workers working in childhood immunisation met in Tauranga this week to discuss how to make service improvements for childhood immunisation within the Bay of Plenty
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BOP District Health May 30
For those of our community travelling Queen’s Birthday weekend, take extra care because of increased traffic, congestion, tiredness & driving in unfamiliar environments. Enjoy the break!
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BOP District Health May 29
Year 12 and 13 students from local schools have been doing work experience at the hospital for a few hours a week this month walking alongside our staff getting a real sense of what it's like to treat & care for patients
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BOP District Health May 28
The NZ & Fiji Pacing team in the cardiac catheter lab in Colonial War Memorial Hospital, Suva. BOPDHB clinicians have been volunteering their time for the past 15 years to provide lifesaving medical treatment in the Pacific Islands as part of the Pacific Island Pacing Service
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BOP District Health May 27
BOPDHB travel coordinator Yvonne Rooney & competition organiser Thomas Larkin present cycling packs to this month’s competition winners of the Be Bright Be Seen campaign. Staff were asked for suggestions of what the DHB could do on its campuses to encourage cycling to work
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BOP District Health May 23
Thomas Mitai returned to Tauranga hospital to gift ICU staff a waka hoe as a symbol of his gratitude for the care he received after a head on car crash in February. He said they accepted and acknowledged his faith and whanaungatanga which helped with his recovery
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BOP District Health May 23
Read the May edition of the BOPDHB health community publication Health Matters for the Western Bay of Plenty
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BOP District Health May 23
Read the May edition of the BOPDHB health community publication Health Matters for the Eastern Bay of Plenty
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BOP District Health May 22
Many congratulations to Tauranga urologist Professor Peter Gilling who has just returned from a prestigious visiting professorship in America and also recently picked up three international awards
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BOP District Health May 14
This week is Privacy Week. BOPDHB Health Quality & Patient Safety Cheryl Shearer and Debbie Brown remind staff that protecting privacy is everyone's responsibility
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TTO Public Health May 12
Measles in the Bay of Plenty & Lakes – Update #9. Since our last report, a further 5 cases of measles have been confirmed in BOP & Lakes districts, bringing the total number of confirmed measles cases to 22. Read the update here:
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BOP District Health May 11
Share in the celebration of International Nurses Day with our amazing nurses at both Whakatane and Tauranga Hospital, embracing diversity and this year's theme of 'Health for All'.
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BOP District Health May 10
Tauranga Hospital Health in Aging nurses Alex, Courtney and Fay showing off their crafty skills with handmade hats in celebration of International Nurses Day
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