NBPH's Mental Health service, along with Nelson Marlborough Addictions service, are the Highly Commended Winners for Matua Raki's 2016 Workforce Innovation Award.
Nelson Bays Primary Health achieved top ranking nationally for Cervical Screening 87% and first equal nationally for Smoking Brief advice 93%.
This annual Stakeholder Satisfaction Survey is a valued opportunity to hear directly from a range of stakeholders regarding what we do well, what areas can be improved and to receive other feedback and views.
This grief education programme is for adults 17+ who have been affected by the suicide of someone they know.
A fantastic opportunity for staff to meet and greet Westpac's ambassador Sir John Kirwan (JK) and hear his personal story through depression.
Upright & Able is a community falls prevention programme designed to reduce injuries from falls, in particular fractures or broken bones. It is for people over the age of 65 years who have had a fall.
A new thought-provoking course teaches how to identify child abuse, neglect and vulnerability and what to do about it.
Nelson Marlborough District Health Board (NMDHB) has recently developed and released a smart phone Well Child App, designed to help busy parents keep track of their children’s and immunisations.
A programme designed to prevent childhood obesity is being rolled out for the first time in Nelson as statistics show the rate is on the rise with 1800 children in the region considered obese.