Monday 1 February 2021Waitaha Canterbury Pānui1 minute to read
Acting Chief Executive Andrew Brant focuses on the importance of immunisation as 2021 shapes up to be the Year of the Vaccine. The current focus is on the national measles immunisation catch-up campaign for people aged 15 to 30 to make sure they’re protected against future measles outbreaks. He urges those who are eligible for the MMR to book into a staff vaccination clinic for a catch-up MMR immunisation, and for everyone else to talk about the campaign with your friends, whānau and wider communities.
This issue also promotes the work being done to ensure equitable access to HealthOne, celebrates the seven-year anniversary of the Human Milk Bank, pays tribute to a long-serving nurse who is retiring after 51 years, and much more.
You can read the Canterbury DHB CEO Update in two different formats:
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