Taupo Medical Centre is a place where innovation has truly become the norm and the expectation in their unrelenting quest to make things better for their patient population.
More than a dozen volunteers visited 10 locations across the Waikato and Tairawhiti regions on World Smokefree Day (31 May) to promote Pinnacle MHN's Once and For All stop smoking programme.
Pinnacle Incorporated chair Dr Frank Cullen has today announced that from 1 July the primary health organisation (PHO) will more clearly separate out its standalone innovation activities via its existing not-for-profit company.
A new health hub is now open in Kihikihi, dedicated to the health and wellbeing of the community.
The New Zealand Health Research Council (NZHRC) has injected $1.6 million into a research project to study an innovative self-management programme for people with pre-diabetes and diabetes.
Even the fittest and healthiest of us can get influenza and should be vaccinated against the flu.
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A look at some of the statistics behind the latest quarterly report.
Two medical student siblings are giving back to the Kawhia community this summer, helping people with diabetes and pre-diabetes get more active.
Fewer children are missing critical health checks thanks to an innovative online tool and coordination service from Pinnacle Midland Health Network.
Taranaki people will have more help than ever to go smokefree this summer thanks to Pinnacle Midlands Health Network.
Sexual health in Hamilton is getting international attention, but this time for all the right reasons.
Pinnacle general practices across Waikato, Taranaki and Taupo are getting behind a campaign to help end child abuse.
Patients who could benefit from more physical activity are getting the push they need with help from their GP and Sport Waikato.
Hamilton patient Alex is an ex-practice nurse, a full time
professional worker in her 50s, fit and has Type II diabetes.
Rotavirus is a highly infectious virus of the gut and is spread by contact with the faeces (poos) of an infected person.
you are a smoker, quitting is the most important thing you can do for your
Here is what you need to do if you are feeling unwell.
Are you registered with a practice in Taupo, Turangi or the Waikato? There are changes to how health professionals share your information that you should know.
Heart attack and stroke are the leading cause of deaths in New Zealand. You might be eligible for a free heart and diabetes check. Find out more here.