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
Any DHB seismic reports 2018. EQ prone buildings 2018. Non-structural seismic restraints provided by DHBs.
Tags Building evaluationEarthquakeSeismic assessment
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The Transition Plan maps the course of this transition out of the damage caused by the earthquakes and into our future vision for a connected health system that puts the patient at the centre.
Tags EarthquakeHealth system
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Updates for buildings - Hillmorton Burwood Christchurch Women's Clinical Services Building and Parkside
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A list of all buildings/facilities that have been identified as needing remediation or building works.
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The most recent Detailed Seismic Assessments for Christchurch Womens Hospital and Clinical Services Building.
Tags Christchurch Womens HospitalClinical Services BuildingEarthquakeFacilitiesSeismic assessment
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