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The PHOnetic: Turanganui PHO's fortnightly e-newsl

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Please click on the link below to enjoy the latest edition of The PHOnetic, Turanganui Primary Health Organisation’s fortnightly e-newsletter for anyone with an interest in primary health.


http://www.tpho.org.nz/tphonew/pmwiki.php?n=Main.Issue305March


Today’s edition includes:

- Patient suffering hypo gets immediate help thanks to course
- First HealthRight Clinic held
- TDH Offers Western Rural Health Services to Turanganui PHO – MEDIA RELEASE
- Gardener helping create crop
- Pharmacy sharps disposal
- Health check and Hakinakina Day for kohanga reo – MEDIA RELEASE
- Birth prompts debate/coincides with ante natal care CME
- Turanganui PHO to be audited


Regards
The PHOnetic


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