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Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced that Mr Rea Wikaira is the new chair of the Alcohol Advisory Council (ALAC), and there are two new board members.

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Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the appointment of Ms Wendy Lai to Waitemata District Health Board.

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Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced that Canterbury DHB board member, Mr Peter Ballantyne has been cross-appointed to the West Coast DHB, while current West Coast board member Dr Paul McCormac

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Health Minister Tony Ryall says today's report from the Auditor General's Office on certification and monitoring of rest homes identifies long standing shortcomings that the new Government began ad

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Enrolled nurses will be able to take on more skilled work supporting registered nurses under changes announced by the Nursing Council.

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Health Minister, Tony Ryall's speech to the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS) Annual Conference, Thursday 3 December - Wellington

Thank you Jeff Brown.

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Seven of the ten new National Health Board (NHB) members announced today are doctors and nurses says Health Minister Tony Ryall.

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Despite record levels of elective surgery earlier this year, there continues to be strong growth in the number of New Zealanders getting the operations they need.

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From tomorrow the public will see how their DHBs are performing.

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Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the make up of the Shared Services Establishment Board, which will help reduce the cost of DHB back office functions with estimated savings of up to $700 mi

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The Health Minister Tony Ryall has received the resignation of Health and Disability Commissioner Ron Paterson.

Mr Paterson has been appointed Chair of Law at Auckland University.

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The Government has today announced new appointments to four District Health Boards as part of its plan to strengthen DHB collaboration and add financial expertise.

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Introduction

Good morning. Thank you for the opportunity to open the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.

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Nine primary health care provider groups have been chosen to move through to the next stage of development in implementing the Government's better, sooner, more convenient primary hea

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DHBs' performance against the Government's new health targets are to be published in table form in local newspapers from later this month.

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Next winter's seasonal influenza vaccine will contain the pandemic (swine flu) strain and be free to extra groups who are at particular risk from swine flu.

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The Government has announced today that it will continue the Fruit in Schools programme, but is cutting the administration component.

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Health Minister, Tony Ryall is calling for nominations for the new National Health Board, announced as part of an administrative shake up in Health.

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Health Minister, Tony Ryall says the Government has appointed Dr Murray Horn as the establishment chair of the new NHB Advisory Board (NHB).

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New Zealand's emergency medical response to help tsunami victims in Samoa is winding down.  

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Good morning, this is the second day of the New Zealand Emergency Departments' Conference.  Thank you Midland ECCT for inviting me here to talk - and for organising such a well planned, though

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"174 New Zealand women are now getting the 12 month course of Herceptin for treatment of Her-2 breast cancer," Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced.

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Health Minister Tony Ryall today announced a major drive for better value for money in health. He intends to free up resources for more and better front line services.

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The government has approved nearly $19 million of subsidies for small communities to help them improve drinking water supplies and another $5.8 million for new sewerage systems, Health Minister Ton

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