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Hospital services on Thursday 5 July

4 July 2018

Hospital services on Thursday 5 July

As the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) withdrew its strike notice for Thursday 5 July, hospital and community services in Wellington, Porirua and Kapiti will continue as normal on that day.

Patients notified to come to Wellington Regional Hospital, Kenepuru Community Hospital, or the Kapiti Health Centre on 5 July should attend their appointment.

Contingency planning continues for the NZNO strike action set down for Thursday 12 July.

For more information visit https://www.ccdhb.org.nz/news-publications/news-and-media-releases/nzno-strike-information/.




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