Monday 2 September 2019Waitaha Canterbury Pānui2 minutes to read
Acting CEO Mary Gordon shares a new video showcasing the work of nurses across the Canterbury Health System to promote nursing as a rewarding career option, and welcomes recent recruits to Specialist Mental Health Services. Mental health was the focus of Māia Health Foundation's successful Feast event held over the weekend, with the money raised going towards the foundation’s next project to support the wellbeing of Cantabrians. Mary profiles a special event where some of our staff were thanked by All Blacks team members for their efforts during the response to the 15 March mosque attacks. She also shares the Ministry of Health’s advice for people to ensure they are vaccinated against measles if they are planning to travel to Auckland and other areas where measles is circulating.
This issue also includes a new pilot programme for staff benefits and opportunities, announces the opening of the new Maternity Assessment Unit, celebrates Tonga Language Week, recognises a recent award for innovation, and much more.
You can read the Canterbury DHB CEO Update in two different formats:
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