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Last Australian nurses assisting Whakatāne Hospital following Whakaari/White Island eruption head home (3 Feb) Read more...

Enjoy the benefits of biking as bike month gets underway (3 Feb) Read more...

$45 million dollar funding boost for new Bay of Plenty mental health and addictions facilities welcomed by healthcare heads (31 Jan) Read more...

Novel coronavirus considered unlikely (28 Jan) Read more...

Tooth-conscious mokopuna 'E Whakahāmana…Te Wero Oranga-ā-Waha' to win oral health challenge (17 Jan) Read more...

Pharmacies join the fight against measles in the Bay of Plenty and Lakes (10 Jan)  Read more...

Thanks given to Aussie and Southland nurses for Whakaari support (8 Jan) Read more...

The Ōpōtiki midwives and the Bay of Plenty District Health Board are pleased to announce that birthing services at Ōpōtiki Health Centre recommenced on 1st January 2020 on an interim basis (3 Jan) Read more...

Measles alert - a further case of measles has been confirmed in the Bay of Plenty and Lakes area bringing the total number of cases in the last 12 month period to 75 (2 Jan) Read more...

Thanks given by Bay of Plenty DHB Board following Whakaari - White Island eruption (21 Dec) Read more...

Public Health warning advising public not to collect or consume shellfish from Pauanui Beach down to Mt Maunganui, including Tauranga Harbour (20 Dec) Read more...

Taking care of yourself and your whānau after the Whakaari White Island eruption (19 Dec) Read more …

Health warning issued for Lake Okaro (16 Dec) Read more...

Information about coping after a traumatic event (13 Dec) Read more...

Whakatāne Hospital staff tell their story (12 Dec) Read more...

Update from Simon Everitt, Interim CE BOPDHB on the Whakaari - White Island eruption (10 Dec) Read more...

The BOPDHB is suspending services at Ōpōtiki Primary Maternity Unit from 1 December - 30 March 2020 due to inadequate staffing of midwives. The safety of women and their babies is paramount in this decision (28 Nov) Read more...

The Ōpōtiki Independent Nursing Service (OPINS) has advised the Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB) that they are unable to continue to provide a night time nursing service, effective 1 December 2019, at the Ōpōtiki Community Health Centre. The Ōpōtiki Community Health Centre will remain open from 8 am to 10 pm, and closed from 11 pm to 7 am, 7 days a week (28 Nov) Read more...

Healthy smiles the future for Eastern Bay oral health challenge winners (19 Nov) Read more...

Healthy smiles the future for Western Bay oral health challenge winners (19 Nov) Read more...

 

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