It's official: Nelson Marlborough District Health Board's clinical services review is finished.
Nelson Hospital staff may not have seen the last of the massive section of copper roofing that was ripped off the hospital during last week's storm.
GP practices who can't meet basic standards "need their head read", a Blenheim GP has said.
Marlborough is set to get a new community paediatrician.
Nelson and Tasman are in recovery mode as extreme weather from Cyclone Ita hammered the region from Wednesday night until the early hours of this morning.
One Tuesday morning while studying for exams, I dropped my nan while trying to lift her back to bed from the toilet.
On six occasions a lack of patient information meant GPs could not immediately contact patients with their test results.
Kerry Anthony was failed by the nurses at Wairau Hospital who let him drive home, inquiry finds.
Flyers offering free slushies have heralded the first challenge to Nelson Hospital's ban on sugar.
Nearly 100 health organisation staff are moving out of Nelson to Richmond.
A Blenheim mother is lobbying the health minister to press government pharmaceutical purchaser Pharmac to fund auto-injectors.
The only specialist private clinic for allergy sufferers in the top of the South Island will open today.
Peter Webster was made redundant 40 years to the day after he started at Wairau Hospital's medical laboratory
Cuts to medical laboratory services in Blenheim were an economic decision to ensure it remained viable
A lifelong quest to lose weight has led one Nelson woman to have bariatric surgery in New Delhi.
Having your teeth done, eyes lasered or hip replaced overseas is on the rise.
Patients on blood-clot busting drug warfarin can avoid going to a GP for blood tests thanks to a successful pharmaceutical monitoring service in Blenheim.
Nelson Marlborough District Health Board want a timetabled inter-hospital patient transport service.
A hike in Accident Compensation Corporation contributions towards the cost of hearing aids will make the technology more accessible for people suffering injury-related hearing loss, an audiologist says.
Marlborough District Health Board's finances continue to look rosier with a $2.9 million surplus after a financially taxing 2013.
A new $1.5 million IT system to electronically link Nelson Marlborough clinical records with those of other South Island district health boards has been given the green light.
The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board has urged families to get immunised against measles amid an outbreak in the North Island.
The Nelson and Marlborough District Health Board has been chosen to lead a pilot project to enhance maternity and child health services.
A successful door-to-door patient transport service between Golden Bay and Nelson Hospital could also work well in Blenheim
After a seven-month review process, Nelson's district nursing programme is set to change shape, but the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board says no jobs will be lost.
OPINION: I like eponyms. Believe me, right now some of my colleagues are either chuckling and/or tutting.
Marlborough Primary Health Organisation's finances are looking rosier after hitting a string of key health targets.
Renwick Medical Centre will open today, making it the first primary health care service in the town for 11 years.
Man is left brain-damaged by car crash after Wairau Hospital staff pumped him full of morphine then let him drive home.
Sugary drinks to be banned at Nelson and Wairau Hospitals to send a "clear message" about improving health.
NMDHB chief executive Chris Fleming made a personal apology to Linda Barnes yesterday. Stuck at hospital
A cottage for parents who have sick babies staying in Nelson Hospital has been given a makeover.
Linda Barnes has made a complaint to the DHB after a social worker suggested she take a bus home to Blenheim
OPINION: The most successful health organisations around the world are very good at listening to patients
A social worker at Nelson Hospital suggested a wheelchair bound Blenheim woman take a bus home
A new electronic system designed in-house means patient records can now circulate everywhere at once.
"Why all the bureaucracy - all the managers? Why can't we have more people on the front line to reduce the waiting lists of both surgery and outpatients."
A private hospital in Marlborough will get extra elective surgery patients as public hospitals struggle to keep on top of their waiting lists.
After a year of tight budgeting, the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board is finally back on the right track.
The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board this week issued an apology to Peter Chapman
Two properties in Waimea Rd, Nelson which belonged to the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board have been bought by the owner of Franklyn Village, who plans to turn one into a green space and the other into a rental home.
Frontline health services in Marlborough will benefit from the NMDHB's moves to centralise finances and adopt combined purchasing for supplies.
Technology is changing the way Marlborough people interact with their doctors
An epileptic man refused treatment at Nelson Hospital had a seizure while crossing a busy road.
Job cuts resulting from the centralisation of operational finances, purchasing and goods supply at the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board will be unknown until the reforms are rolled out.
OPINION: "We are judged by how we treat the least amongst us."
A social worker and two physiotherapists working on a pilot project have slotted right into Nelson Hospital's emergency department.
More than 200 Nelson Marlborough District Health Board employees are earning more than $100,000 a year.
Nelson Marlborough District Health Board not making its targets for elective or planned surgery.
A Tahunanui retiree has protested outside Nelson Hospital to get the attention he feels he's been missing from the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board.