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

Information about coping after a traumatic event (13 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...

Students gain rural health immersion as programme goes from strength to strength (18 Nov) Read more...

Ensure you and your family are immunised against measles (12 Nov) Read more...

Mahi Boys make historic and beautiful new forest walkway a reality. Everyone invited to the official opening at Whakamaramara this Sunday at 2pm (8 Nov) Read more...

Ministry of Health working with Tū Ora Compass over cyber intrusioney Questions and Answers (5 Oct) Read more...

Ongoing risk of measles requires vigilance (26 Sept) Read more...

Love of surfing helps tackle mental health challenges (19 Sept) Read more...

MMR vaccines only available for scheduled children due to short supply (11 Sept) Read more...

Serious measles outbreak in Auckland - ensure you and your family are protected before travelling (28 Aug) Read more...

Te Reo Māori lessons for health staff (23 Aug) Read more...

Bay to benefit from $5 million fund focused on ageing well (23 Aug)  Read more...

Catch up with the latest Health Matters, the community health publication for both the EBOP and WBOP (26 July) Read more...

Toi Te Ora Public Health is urging those who attended the Basketball New Zealand Under 15 Nationals tournament held at Trustpower Arena in Mount Maunganui, between 17th - 20th July, to be vigilant for the symptoms of measles, after a participant took part while unknowingly infectious with measles (24 July) Read more...

High patient numbers at Whakatāne Hospital's Emergency Department as people asked to keep ED for emergencies (27 June) Read more...

Record patient numbers at Tauranga Hospital's Emergency Department as people asked to keep ED for emergencies (26 June) Read more...

Newborn hearing screeners celebrate 10 year anniversary (18 June) Read more...

BOPDHB takes delivery of first three hybrid technology cars (14 June) Read more...

Never too young to have a stroke says 'lucky' stroke survivor (13 June) Read more...

BOP quit smoking service one of the best in NZ (11 June) Read more...

Latest technology frees up healthcare professionals' time for patients (5 June) Read more...

 

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