Major loopholes in the health system that allow tourists and illegal immigrants to escape paying for their health care need to be closed forthwith, says New Zealand First Health spokesperson Barbar
The Healthy Village Action Zone Steering Group will be meeting to discuss local issues.
The case of an 82 year old man being taken by ambulance to Palmerston North Hospital and waiting for more than nine hours - only to leave again without being seen by a doctor - should provide a wak
New Zealand First says the Government hasn’t considered the part the country’s fickle weather could play in its plan to close hospital kitchens and outsource the work.
New Zealand First says we should follow in the steps of Australia and ban the commercial use of cancer-causing sunbeds.
New Zealand First is asking the Government whether it intends to issue pregnant mothers with frequent flier cards in case they need to be airlifted to specialised intensive care units.
Asenati Lole-Taylor ia attending as an invited VIP guest the Launch of the PSRH Research Workshop as part of the BRRACAP Study.
Asenati Lole-Taylor will be attending this expo as an invited guest of The Auckland Indian Association and The Auckland Indian Medical Society.
New Zealand First has put forward a new measure to ease the burden on the public health system by introducing a SuperGold rebate for health insurance premiums and scrapping fringe benefit tax (FBT
Traditional Maori healing organisations receive annual Government funding of about $1.9 million despite the Ministry of Health not knowing how many patients they have or how effective the treatment