Monday 4 May 2020Waitaha Canterbury Pānui1 minute to read
CEO David Meates shares news that, as part of a national sentinel testing, around 1500 tests will be carried out on asymptomatic people in Canterbury to see if there is any COVID-19 in the community. With the move to Alert Level 3, our system is gearing up with more planned care underway and more staff returning to work. He also talks about the mobile surgical bus out in Rangiora today, carrying out elective operations deferred for the past six weeks due to the lockdown.
This issue also celebrates the work of midwives during lockdown, highlights how the Reading in Mind book scheme is helping people better understand and self-manage mental health issues, how the NZ Bear Hunt came to be nominated for the Golden Foot Walking Awards 2020, and much more.
You can read the Canterbury DHB CEO Update in two different formats:
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