It turns out, according to a recently released Cabinet paper, that every one has the right to participate in the ‘‘digital identity ecosystem’’.
Pencil in June 24 in your 2022 diary. We are — probably — going on holiday.
More than 400 Southerners have waited more than a year for an elective procedure and many others have lingered more than the expected four months on the waiting list.
Southern hospital patients are about to be surveyed to gauge how satisfied they are with the care they are receiving.
A key recommendation in reports aimed at improving the southern colonoscopy service may be scrapped as part of health system reforms.
The proposed new parking building for the new Dunedin Hospital will probably be a standalone building linked by a bridge to the larger inpatient building.
The Southern region has to plan for Covid-19-positive patients in hospitals and medical centres in the future, a meeting was told yesterday.
Ngai Tahu-owned health provider Te Kaika is to run a large community wellness hub built on its Caversham campus in Dunedin.
The Southern District Health Board region faces a significant shortage of aged residential care nurses, and the board itself is part of the problem.
This week politics has been brought to you by the number 45 ... that being how many community cases of Covid-19 were discovered in Auckland on Wednesday.
Southern public health staff have managed almost 1400 people who were contacts of the Auckland Delta cluster in the current Covid-19 outbreak.
The new Dunedin Hospital is to have a new Dunedin Hospital car park.
A chronic aged residential care nurse shortage has left almost two-thirds of southern facilities without their required number of registered nurses.
The University of Otago’s appeal for voluntary redundancies is scattershot and unplanned, the staff union says.
Southern general practices and medical centres have started using a new tool which will help them identify patients who have yet to receive the Covid-19 vaccination.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and National Party leader Judith Collins clashed in Parliament yesterday on the question of why Invercargill is at Alert Level 2.
All women whose BreastScreen Otago Southland mammograms were referred for an urgent reassessment following a botched initial reading have been cleared of having cancer.
The Ministry of Health is advertising for a main contractor and facade contractor for the new Dunedin Hospital outpatient building.
A project aimed at making southern homes warmer and drier is back on track after a delay related to Covid-19.
The team of five million has now had five million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.