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Health Minister to launch Capital PHO

30 June 2003 Media Advisory

Health Minister to launch Capital PHO


Health Minister Annette King will launch Wellington’s Capital PHO at the Old Town Hall tomorrow evening.

Ms King said Capital PHO is one of several PHOs to be launched around the country tomorrow, which is also the one-year anniversary since the first PHOs were established.

Prime Minister Helen Clark will join Ms King earlier in the day, at 10.30am at Newtown Union Health Services on Riddiford St, to celebrate the latest PHO developments.

Capital PHO is the second PHO to open in the Wellington city area. Ms King also launched Wellington South East and City PHO in March, and she will be launching the Kapiti PHO on Friday July 4.

Event: Launch of Capital PHO

When: 6.30pm, Tuesday, July 1, 2003

Where: Old Town Hall, Civic Suite, Second Floor

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