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Thank You Tokoroa Hospital Staff

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Date: 25 February 2014

Thank You Tokoroa Hospital Staff

Health Waikato chief operating officer Jan Adams paid Tokoroa Hospital staff a visit on Friday to thank them for their patience during the South Waikato Health Centre construction and refurbishment.

Mrs Adams and Waikato District Health Board’s Rural and Community Services group manager Jill Dibble, enjoyed the afternoon connecting with staff in the new and improved Courtyard Café at Tokoroa Hospital.

“We just wanted to acknowledge that we know you have put up with a lot down here in terms of noise and comings and goings that have taken place over the last few months while GPs have been moving onsite,” said Mrs Adams.

“And we wanted to thank you very much for your patience and contribution.”

For more information about the health centre, visit http://www.waikatodhb.govt.nz/about-us/rural-health/south-waikato-health-centre/

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