Information about changes at Canterbury DHB hospitals and health centres can be found at www.cdhb.health.nz/covid19
27 March 2020
Changes at Canterbury DHB hospitals and health centres:
No visitors are allowed, except under exceptional circumstances – Further details...
These restrictions apply to all wards and services at all times, including the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit.
Grazed knee, light cough, see healthinfo.co.nz
Diarrhoea, runny nose, hayfever, sore throat
Unwell? Call your general practice team for advice
Non-urgent health concerns, ear pain, fever
Feeling really sick, cuts, bad bites, bad sprains
Serious accidents, chest pains, stroke call 111
The Canterbury DHB Annual Report 2018/2019 allows us to report on the progress we have made over the year towards achieving the key objectives set out in our Statement of Intent.
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The Maternity Quality and Safety Programme (MQSP) Annual Report is published each year and submitted to the Ministry of Health.
A serious adverse event (SAE) is one which has resulted in significant additional treatment, major loss of function, is life threatening or has led to an unexpected death.
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The Canterbury DHB Annual Report allows us to report on the progress we have made over the year towards achieving the key objectives set out in our Statement of Intent.
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This report represents an analysis of the 2016 Staff Wellbeing Survey, focus groups and interviews and other important data available from within the CDHB
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