Monday 30 November 2020Waitaha Canterbury Pānui1 minute to read
Acting Chief Executive Andrew Brant welcomes the Minister of Health’s announcement on Friday of funding for the construction of an additional tower for the new Waipapa building. He also shares the findings from a recent report into how early intervention and collaborative approaches, such as those being put in place by Mana Ake – Stronger for Tomorrow, result in a range of wellbeing benefits for children and their whānau.
This issue also looks at tips on how to survive the silly season, shares another Canterbury DHB first with new Cath Lab technology, promotes a recent award for the Burwood Spinal Unit, celebrates a milestone for Hospital HealthPathways, urges staff to go for their catch-up measles immunisation, and much more.
You can read the Canterbury DHB CEO Update in two different formats:
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