The Canterbury Clinical Network (CCN) is seeking a person to bring a Community Pharmacist perspective for the Urgent Care SLA.
A group of budding artists shared their skills with the Ashburton community last weekend, as they celebrated their first pop-up exhibition at the Ashburton Art Gallery.
A programme to support people who have recently been released from prison re-engage with their general practice teams is gaining momentum across Canterbury.
Ngaire Button has been appointed to the role of Hauora Māori and Equity Lead – a new role for the CCN programme team.
He Waka Tapu kindly said, ‘nau mai, haere mai’ (welcome to our place), to the Mana Ake kaimahi (workers) at a moving pōwhiri on Tuesday 19 January.
Getting to health appointments across the Hurunui and North Canterbury is now easier for Cheviot residents, with the help of a service that connects them to a dedicated team of volunteer drivers with access to a community vehicle.
Te Matau a Māui provider collective is looking for a strategic thinker and community leader with an interest in providing governance to the innovative design and delivery of the Canterbury Health System from a Māori and Pacific perspective to Chair the group.
We're looking for a project facilitator to progresses system changes relating to Ashburton, Population Health and Access and Shared Care Planning.
Canterbury Medical Officer of Health, Dr Ramon Pink has some simple things we can all do to make our summer unstoppable.
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