Monday 15 August 2022Waitaha Canterbury Pānui2 minutes to read
In this edition of Te Whatu Ora Waitaha | Canterbury Pānui
This week, we have some good news, with COVID-19 numbers dropping to a six-month low and infant and toddler flu vaccination rates at the highest since the previous best in 2020. Chair of Te Whatu Ora Rob Campbell visited the Christchurch campus last week, and today we introduce a Thank-a-thon to recognise and reward our people who go above and beyond and deserve an extra thank you.
Also, in this edition, we look at two new initiatives making a difference to people who visit our Emergency Department – one for those who may have had a ‘mini-stroke' and the other for people who have atrial fibrillation. We have photos of the newly opened Community Dental Service in Toka Hāpai (Selwyn Health Hub) and a quiz that tests your memories of 1986.
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