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22 October, 2014

Agencies well prepared in case of Ebola

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says government agencies remain prepared to deal with any potential Ebola cases in New Zealand.

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17 October, 2014

Health Minister checks out Ebola unit

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has today seen first-hand how Auckland’s Middlemore Hospital is well prepared to treat any suspected Ebola patients.

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16 October, 2014

Campaign to help Kiwis recognise stroke signs

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says a new campaign to help New Zealanders recognise the signs of a stroke is being launched in Waikato today.

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16 October, 2014

New technology speeds up cancer treatment

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says new technology being used at Auckland City Hospital will enable more precise and faster radiotherapy treatment for people with cancer.

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14 October, 2014

Minister welcomes Northland’s roll out of free under 13s doctors’ visits

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman welcomes Northland’s decision to fund free doctors’ visits and prescriptions for under 13s.

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11 October, 2014

NZ vigilant and ready in case of Ebola

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says health and border authorities are well prepared to detect and respond to any potential cases of Ebola.

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11 October, 2014

Coleman supports organ donation campaign

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman is encouraging people to have a conversation today about organ donation.

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9 October, 2014

New Health Minister heads out to the sector

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman is getting out of the Beehive to meet the health sector, starting with Southern District Health Board tomorrow.

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9 October, 2014

Address to New Zealand Respiratory Conference 2014, Intercontinental Hotel, Wellington

Good morning and thank you for the invitation to open the New Zealand Respiratory Conference for 2014, A breath of hope. I opened this conference two years ago, and I am very pleased to be here again in this 50th anniversary year of the Asthma Foundation – a great achievement.

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