Havelock North residents urged to boil water
Terms and conditions The #brelfiehb selfie competition is run by Hawke’s Bay District Health Board (HBDHB) and is open to Hawke’s Bay residents only. To...
More people presenting to Hawke’s Bay Hospital in the past 24 hours with a stomach bug has seen the hospital close its Acute Assessment Unit (AAU)...
Four Hawke’s Bay organisations are joining forces to focus on the goal of a Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025.
A spike in winter illnesses saw presentations to Hawke’s Bay Hospital’s Emergency Department surge over the weekend. (Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 July)
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board (HBDHB) invites members of the public to attend a consumer workshop to review its ‘Text 2 Remind’ tool, the method used to rem
A child who recently visited Hawke's Bay, has been confirmed as having measles. The child visited a number of places in the Napier area including
The winners of the Hawke's Bay health sector's 2016 International Nurses and Midwives Day Awards are a perfect illustration of their commitment and passion.
The marine biotoxin warning for Hawke's Bay has been lifted
Unless it’s an emergency, people are urged to seek medical care from their family doctor, medical centre, pharmacy or to call Healthline
Hawke’s Bay Hospital’s Emergency Department waiting room is about to undergo a revamp
2016 ANZAC service to be held at Hawke's Bay Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Hospital Monday 25 April at 10.00am.
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Small changes can prevent falls. Inability to see well, judge distance or depth, and cope with sudden changes in light are all recognised obstacles to safety.
The Hawke’s Bay District Health Board has two defibrillators for loan to organisers of community events and functions.
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board is calling on the public to prepare for their health needs, and if care is needed over the long weekend
Hearing about the theft of two iPads from Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital’s Children’s Ward Rachel Shaw decided to fundraise to replace them.
Eyes on falls - vision is the focus for April Falls campaign.
A vomiting and diarrhoea bug is circulating through the Hawke’s Bay community and the population health team is urging parents to keep sick children home
Of the approximately 15,000 Hawke’s Bay people affected by kidney disease many don’t know they have an underlying health complaint, says Colin Hutchison, Clinic