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Hugh Lees, Consultant Paediatrician.
There’s no doubt the Children’s Ward at Tauranga Hospital has become much more family friendly and children stay for shorter lengths of time compared to the past. Changes in mortality
2014
Ass. Prof Peter Gilling.
Tauranga-based Peter Gilling is leading the world in urology research and cutting-edge techniques, including the use of the Holmium Laser and most recently robotics, to treat enlarged prostates (BPH), a
2014
Dr Arthur Reid.
Retired Consultant Physician and Deputy Medical Superintendent In 1914 there were not the medicines to treat patients that are available now. Through knowledge and science, antibiotics and other medicines are constantly
2014
Stella Ward with James Lynch.
James Lynch was admitted to Tauranga Hospital in 1957 where he stayed in bed paralysed in Tauranga Hospital for over 40 years. James inspired many with his sense of humour, his
2014
Doctor Basil Fergus on his 88th birthday with his daughter Heather and granddaughter Megan.
Retired Doctor Basil Fergus on his 88th birthday with his daughter Heather and granddaughter Megan; all have worked at Tauranga Hospital at some stage since 1960.    Download the Tauranga
2014, 2009, 2019
Dr Roy Buchanan.
Head of Radiology Department. In 1914 doctors were unable to see inside the body. Today, Tauranga Hospital’s Radiology Department has equipment that enables doctors to see inside the body through
2014, 2009, 2019
Christmas circa 1965.
Christmas circa 1965: From left, the Physio Aid, the Orderly, Peter Ewart, Jill Ewart, Jan Tully, Jan Miller and in front Glenda Leaning. Note the equipment stashed above the Guthrie
2014, 1960, 1970
Dr Sligo and Hutchenson.
Photo courtesy Nola Cochrane. 1953. Dr Sligo pictured here left with Dr Huchenson at right. A photograph collected and displayed during the Tauranga Hospital Centenary.  Download the Tauranga Hospital Centenary (1914-2014) book,
2014
Esther Mackay, Clinical Midwife Manager.
Image courtesy Esther Mackay. A photograph collected and displayed during the Tauranga Hospital Centenary.  Esther Mackay has cared for approximately 3000 women in her midwifery career which started in 1978.  Download the Tauranga Hospital
2014
Kris Holmes at three weeks.
Kris Holmes at three weeks. In 1978 Kris Holmes was born weighing 780 grams at 28 weeks. At that time his chances of survival were considered unlikely and he was cared
2014
Baby David (1941.
Image courtesy David Joblin.  Born at Tauranga Hospital in 1941.  Download the Tauranga Hospital Centenary (1914-2014) book, archived at https://perma.cc/D52U-2JM2.
2014
Jim Savage.
Jim has a personal motto - "there's no such word as can't". Download the Tauranga Hospital Centenary (1914-2014) book, archived at https://perma.cc/D52U-2JM2.
2014
Tauranga Hospital Centenary Basket.
Banner image used in the Tauranga Hospital Centenary basket of the Tauranga Memories website.
2014
Punohu McCausland (left) and Janet McLean.
Māori Health Runanga Chair, Punohu McCausland (left) and General Manager Māori Health Planning and Funding, Janet McLean. “The BOPDHB is the highest investor of all DHBs in the country in
2014
Tauirioterangi Gerry Pouwhare visit to hospital 2014.
I arrived at the Emergency Department when I had an irregular heart beat and my blood pressure was really low. I was taken up to the Kaupapa Ward and they
2014
Māori Health.
Front Row: Registered Nurse – Kaupapa, Kara Winiata; Registered Nurse – Kaupapa, Titihuia Pakeho; Kaupapa Social Worker, Liz Ngatai; Clinical Nurse Manager – 2A Kaupapa, Anamaria Watene. Back Row: Acting
2014
Dr Richard Speed.
Dr Speed has delivered approximately 5000 babies throughout the 30 years he has worked at Tauranga Hospital including, at least 200 sets of twins and four sets of triplets   “Women
2014, 2009, 2019
Kris Holmes 1978.
In 1978 Kris Holmes was born weighing 780 grams at 28 weeks. At that time his chances of survival were considered unlikely and he was cared for here in the
2014
Norman Leslie born 24 February 1944.
Image courtesy of Norman Leslie The first baby to be born in the old Maternity Annexe was Norman Leslie, on 24 February 1944. To celebrate his birth, his mother was
2014
David Joblin (1941.
Image courtesy David Joblin. Tauranga Hospital, 1941. 
2014