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Canterbury DHB CEO Update - Monday 25 September 2017

Canterbury DHB CEO Update - Monday 25 September 2017

In today's CEO Update, Chief Executive David Meates shares positive feedback for staff from the mother of a young patient. We highlight new clinical director appointments; give the run down on staff mobile data usage; profile a senior doctor's "invaluable" sabbatical; share the details of a recent networking event for junior doctors; reveal the generous donationof chairs for the children's ward; and explore the purpose of this year'sWorld Pharmacists' Day.

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