Recent news called for parents to get their children immunized during Immunisation Week, which runs from 22 to 28 April. It has been voiced by Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew that considering the current outbreak of whooping cough, it's enough for parents not to underestimate the severity avoiding on-time immunization.
A recent report confirmed the arrival of computer-based programme, known as InterRAI, before the scheduled June 2015, thereby making way for raising the bar of high standard of care across care homes in the country.
The voluntary bonding scheme, which was to encourage health graduates to practice in rural areas, is working well. The scheme, which was introduced by the government three years ago, has been going strong despite the claims that it has not been able to get the desired response.
In its efforts to lessen the heavy rush in hospitals, Associate Health Minister Mrs. Jo Goodhew today visited a new Canterbury DHB service to support actions favoring to keep more number of older Cantabrians at home rather than spending their life and time in hospitals.
As per reports, it has been revealed that New Zealand has become the first country to come up with a sealed-off lab based in Christchurch Hospital. The $1 million laboratory is just another example of advanced technology.
With the coming of winter, most people are getting ready to be vaccinated from flu. The Associate Health Minister, Jo Goodhew, has urged New Zealanders that this is right time to get their free immunization against serious flu complications.
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