Hawke’s Bay District Health Board’s (HBDHB) Public Health Team can confirm that the patient in Wellington Hospital diagnosed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS)
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board’s (HBDHB) Public Health Team has been advised
Hawke’s Bay Hospital is at capacity, and unless it’s an emergency, people are urged to seek medical care from their family doctor, medical centre, pharmacy ,,,
Water from the Havelock North town water supply no longer needs to be boiled.
Welcome to Friday’s Hawke’s Bay District Health Board Update, 26 August 2016
Welcome to Thursday’s Hawke’s Bay District Health Board Update, 25 August 2016
Welcome to Wednesday’s Hawke’s Bay District Health Board Update 24 August 2016 - a total of seven people remain in Hawke's Bay Hospital
Extra surveillance is in place for two other bugs that have a longer incubation time than campylobacter - cryptosporidium and giardia.
*Welcome to Monday’s Hawke’s Bay District Health Board update August 22* Presentations to Hawke’s Bay Hospital’s Emergency Department and to General Practice with people who have a ...
There was more encouraging news from Hawke’s Bay District Health Board this morning.
* * *Health workers gastro response praised* Health workers who responded to the gastro outbreak in Havelock North have today been praised by Hawke’s Bay District Health Board...
Welcome to Friday’s District Health Board update There was encouraging news from Hawke’s Bay District Health Board’s CEO Dr Kevin Snee at Friday’s media conference that the number...
Good afternoon – here’s our update for Thursday 18 August. Clearly it’s been a busy day for both the DHB and the District Council. Here’s the...
Ngahiwi Tomoana, Hawke’s Bay District Health Board’s acting chair says the board has met with CEO Dr Kevin Snee and had an update on the health...
The latest figures from public health officials on gastro-related issues are as follows:
UPDATE Gastro illness in Havelock North Tuesday 5pm 16th August The health system in Hawke’s Bay is coping well with the current outbreak of gastric illness. The two...
Presentations to accident and medical centres continue to increase.
Presentations to accident and medical centres today have been high
Water testing has confirmed the Havelock North water supply is likely to be the source of the gastro outbreak, but the type of bug is not yet known