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Better information sharing leads to healthier kids

Fewer children are missing critical health checks thanks to an innovative online tool and coordination service from Pinnacle Midland Health Network.

Cervical screening support service helps Waikato woman

Nikki Kaukau's worst nightmare became a reality when the results of her cervical smear test returned abnormal. Read more about her story here.

Have you had a heart and diabetes check?

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.

What is Rotovirus?

Rotavirus is a highly infectious virus of the gut and is spread by contact with the faeces (poos) of an infected person.

Collaborative approach leads to fewer hospital stays for Tairāwhiti kids

Health providers in the Tairāwhiti-Gisborne district have worked together to reduce the rate of avoidable hospital admissions among the district's most vulnerable babies and young children.


Alex gives an insight into managing diabetes

Hamilton patient Alex is an ex-practice nurse, a full time professional worker in her 50s, fit and has Type II diabetes. 

Get ready - flu season is just around the corner

Even the fittest and healthiest of us can get influenza and should be vaccinated against the flu.

Child and youth health services snapshot

This brochure gives a snapshot of the child health services we provide to help keep our children healthy now and in the future. 

Quarterly Report - Q3 - (Jan - Mar) 2017

The Pinnacle Midlands Health Network Quarterly Report for Quarter 3 (Jan-March 2017) can be downloaded.