Today (Tuesday, 21 March) we celebrate Race Relations Day!
“Mhoroi” means ‘hello’ in Shona, a Zimbabwean language, which is where Hutt Valley Hospital Registered Orthopaedics Nurse, Fatima Kamala hails from.
Today (Wednesday, 8 March) we celebrate International Women’s Day!
David runs, wins, and regularly takes out course records in ultramarathons. Find out how this ED doc fits this in around caring for patients and busy shift work
Three Māori tertiary students recently gained valuable work experience through the Kia Ora Hauora’s Champions Programme.
Kia ora, Malo, Namaste, Vannakam, Asalam alaikum, Sat Sri Akaal, Bula, and Hola to all, as we celebrate International Mother Language Day!
Cyclone Gabrielle effects are being felt across the motu as well as impacting our region. See more
Two pou (carvings) and Tomokamga (entranceway) were formally unveiled and blessed at the entranceway of the Whānau Care Services’ Cultural Care Centre at Wellington Regional Hospital
Next line of Kia Ora Hauora Champions to gain work experience at our hospitals
A new partnership between Te Whatu Ora Capital, Coast & Hutt Valley and the Wright Family Foundation will ensure that unwell pēpi and parents from the Hutt Valley are able to receive specialised whānau-led care and support closer to home.