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Greenwood Health1 week ago

Dear Motueka Community

We are still enjoying a rare and hard for for freedom across Aotearoa.

Summer holidays have brought a number of fellow Kiwi visitors to our beautiful region and as we aren't likely to stay at home while the weather is good and the days are long, many of us are out and about too.

Something that has slipped to the back of our minds is the ever potential risk of covid19 getting into our community.

With one of the new variants currently making...

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Greenwood Health4 weeks ago

Dear Motueka Community

It is that time of year again where the roads become clogged with half of Canterbury coming to visit our amazing little piece of paradise.

As well as allowing extra time to go the super long way around High St it is important for us all not to become complacent about the risk Covid 19 poses to our community.

All across Aotearoa we have done an amazing job keeping the virus numbers low and we are now one of the few countries in the world able...

Greenwood Health
Greenwood Health3 months ago

Dear Motueka Community,

Please see below a message from the Cancer Society.

Greenwood Health provides skin checks with our specially trained GP Dr Colette Pienaar.

A skin check with Colette costs $150, with one of the Cancer Society's skin check vouchers this cost will be reduced to $75!

Kia ora Koutou
The Cancer Society Nelson Tasman are offering skin check vouchers up to the value of $75 for patients, thanks to a very kind bequest from Mr David Blunt.

There are...

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Greenwood Health3 months ago

1 October 2020 saw a few changes to the National Immunisation Schedule.

The important one to note is;

- MMR vaccines are now given at 12 months and 15 months. If your child is under 4 years and has not had vaccine or has only had one MMR vaccine, please ring us to book your child in for an appointment. 03 528 8866

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Greenwood Health3 months ago

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Breast cancer is New Zealand’s third most common cancer and accounts for more than 600 deaths every year.

If breast cancer is caught early and small the likelihood of survival is much higher.

Mammograms can show changes inside the breast before they can be felt.

Aotearoa has a national screening programme for women aged 45-69.

Looking and feeling for changes in your breasts is just as important as engaging with the screening programme.

Greenwood Health
Greenwood Health4 months ago

Dear Motueka Community

As part of the nationwide surveillance initiative to ensure any COVID-19 in the community is caught early, some of our amazing nursing team members will be down at Kaiteriteri tomorrow morning offering swabbing.

New Zealand has been doing such an amazing job keeping the numbers low, and a huge part of that has been stepping up and being tested. So we encourage you, if you're enjoying this beautiful region down at Kaiteriteri with your whanau tomorrow morning, spare a few moments and have a test done.

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