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Canterbury DHB staff can access many internal resources from this page, see the information below for more advice about accessing staff services.
Canterbury DHB staff can access email from outside of the CDHB computer network at https://mail.cdhb.health.nz
Note: Email is protected by two factor authentication, to log into your email you will need:
Read the following guides about setting up and accessing email
For more information contact ISG Service Desk
If you are a staff member and have an enquiry related to max. or employment at Canterbury DHB, please contact the People and Capability team at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also access max. - People and Capability Service Portal for People and Capability services and information.
Note: To access max. - People and Capability Service Portal you will need:
Canterbury DHB staff can log IT issues and requests such as unlocking your user account on the iSupport Service Desk Portal
Note: you will need your CDHB Username and Password to log in.
Canterbury DHB staff can also log urgent IT issues and requests by calling or emailing the IT Service Desk.
Staff can remotely access and use some clinical software from home or another location outside of the CDHB computer network by using VDI – Virtual Desktop Infrastructure or MobilePass/Citrix. When you use VDI or Citrix (available on request from ISG) you have access to a virtual PC with work software available such as:
Staff who do not have VDI or MobilePass/Citrix tokens can request a remote access token by contacting ISG service desk.
IT Service Desk
Staff can access the healthLearn online education platform at www.healthlearn.ac.nz
Note: you will need a healthlearn Username and Password to log in.
Canterbury DHB staff benefits such as the Something for you programme are NOT LISTED on this public website.
Staff benefits in the Something for you programme can currently only be viewed on our internal website by:
Note: MOBILEPASS and Citrix Tokens to enable external access for staff can be requested from ISG Service Desk.
HealthPathways are the main source of assessment, management and referral information about Canterbury health services for general practice teams and other community healthcare providers. Please note: Full access to HealthPathways information is only available to health professionals.
For queries about HealthPathways, please call the HealthPathways Coordinator.
The Canterbury DHB CEO Update can be read in the Health News section of this website.
The majority of internal policies are stored on the CDHB intranet called PRISM (a private internal website).
PRISM - the CDHB intranet, is only available to staff who are working inside the CDHB computer network, or by logging into the CDHB network using a MOBILEPASS or Citrix Token provided by ISG.
From October 2018 staff policies and CDHB educational information are not listed on this website, and have moved to the CDHB education website edu.cdhb.health.nz. This includes:
Health providers can request to have access to Health Connect South (HCS) so they can perform their clinical duties, e.g. radiology reporting etc.
All applicants need to complete an individual form PLUS for their organisation to complete the general conditions form. If you do not belong to an organisation then you still need a completed “general conditions” form which you can complete yourself.
Information about the process of ordering and returning CDHB uniforms can be read in the documents below.
Please read FAQs about CDHB staff uniforms below, or if you have a question about uniforms that is not answered please email us.
Email us with your purchase order number and the details as to what size you think the uniform should be.
If you have ordered a uniform, and it has not arrived, and you need a uniform urgently, we have a small supply of new uniforms, but not all sizes. Please call the Service Manager, Back of House ext 66882 or 03 3377 882
Fashion Uniforms Fitting Service, 7b Pilgrim Place, Christchurch
Open hours: Tues and Wed 10am - 4pm
Page last updated: 24 February 2021
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