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Please call our reception staff on 07 839 8732 for a phone consult or a clinic appointment with one of our doctors or nurses.
Do I need to book an appointment for the FAST service?
Our FAST service is usually a drop-in service during our opening hours. However, during COVID-19, you will need to book a time-slot to come in for self-testing because we have to limit the number of people in reception to have enough physical distancing to keep...
This could involve information, support, assistance and coordination around emotional and practical issues, legal issues, family and relationship issues, social circumstances, family violence issues, and discharge planning.
Please ask the ward staff to contact a social worker if you need this type of advice or support.
Hēoi, ka mihi tonu mō rātou kua hingahinga atu.
Nō reira, ka āpiti hōno tātai hōno, rātou ki a rātou, ā,
ka āpiti hōno tātai hōno, tātou e waha tonu i te kaupapa o te hauora ki a tātou.
Nō reira kei te mihi ake.
Greetings, to all of us who are energetically involved in the promotion of Māori health;
with special reference to those who have passed away;
and so, let the dead be joined to themselves an...
Careers range from help desk services through to business analysts, IS engineers and architects, programme and project management and senior management positions.
Our staff regularly visit many early childhood centres and schools across the region.
Exclusion and stool clearance criteria guideline
High risk groups
Staff of health care facilities or early childhood services
Children aged under five years attending childhood services or other groups
Older children or adults at higher risk due to illness or disability
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