Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Health Minister Andrew Little attended a ceremony today to congratulate the field and workers for Phase 2 of the redevelopment of the River Bay of Islands Hospital.
The new building will house outpatient and primary care facilities, as well as expanded renal care and new oncology and hematology services.
“The government has invested $ 14 million in this project to help the Northland District Health Commission address Maori’s unfair health consequences by making the service more accessible to the community,” Jacinda Ardern said. Mr. says.
“It is unacceptable that the place where you live determines the type of health care.
“These new facilities mean that people can get the care they need near their homes and near Farnau, rather than traveling to Wangalei or Auckland.”
The primary medical service will be operated by the local iwi healthcare provider Ngāti Hine Health Trust, which will lease part of the new building from DHB.
The new facility is scheduled to go live in late 2023. This is the second phase of redevelopment after the completion of a new accident medical center and a double-decker building containing a 20-bed inpatient ward in 2018.
“The new facility is just one part of the government’s investment in improving the health and well-being of Northland residents,” said Andrew Little.
“Today’s milestones reflect this government’s commitment to lay the foundation for a better future for all New Zealanders and the wider changes we want to achieve through health reform.”
Other recently announced projects in the region include repair work at Kaitaia Hospital, a linear accelerator at Wangarei Hospital to provide better cancer treatment, and mobile surgery for kidney and gallbladder problems. Includes a bus that provides lithotripsy services.
Recently, a cardiac catheterization laboratory and operating room have been opened at Wangarei Hospital, with plans to expand mental health and addiction services for young people across Northland, Auckland and Waitmata.
• Integrated Family Health Center (IFHC) that provides a new entrance to hospitals for primary health and outpatient services.
・ Expanded renal dialysis unit
・ Introduction of new oncology and hematology services
Fully funded by a $ 14 million crown contribution.
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For PM: Andrew Campbell, 021 243 8573
For Little Minister: Talisa Kupenga, 027 405 7231
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New Zealand Prime Minister’s Office
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