A Hamilton eye expert is heading to Fiji this month, but not to holiday at the beach.
Cost-cutting at Hutt Valley District Health Board has left staff stressed and confused.
Katy Stonyer always warns people about narcolepsy but they don't get it till they see her collapse.
Ill doctors could be infecting patients, with many going to work despite knowing the risk.
Sovereign will effectively pay its customers' health insurance if they choose not to claim, opting for public system instead.
A bad-luck combination of genes and habits caused me excruciating pain until I took a new approach.
Wellington Hospital is being stretched by winter sickness, with some ED patients waiting more than six hours for a bed.
The worst Ebola disease outbreak on record is unlikely to reach New Zealand from west Africa, authorities here say.
Staff are the victims of over half of assaults at Taranaki Base Hospital's mental health unit.
At the rugby, at church, or on Facebook Maori and Pacific Island patients cannot avoid reminders of their Hutt Hospital appointments.
A patient injected with a used needle has been offered an apology from the negligent nurse.
Alternative health therapist is censured after attempting to heal a girl's "multi-entity aura" without proper consent.
Ralph Wiles experienced it all during his 38 years in medicine in Tokoroa and now it is time to clock off.
Controversial stroke treatment might help Luke Elliott read, write and speak again to his family.
Some nurses will be trained to perform bowel-cancer tests as a crisis due to a shortage of medical specialists grows.
More money urgently needed to avoid a looming mental health crisis, says CDHB boss.
Should fluoride in water be the responsibility of central government?