All Results in Tauranga Hospital Centenary topics

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Person
Tauranga Hospital 1962 Physiotherapy
2014
Person
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
Topic
by Megan Stewart
2014
Person
Gardener 1960 -1970. By Jean Banyard
2014, 1955, 1965, 1965, 1975
Person
At the age of 28, married with three young children, I’d recently returned from India to begin a new life at Mount Maunganui. Soon afterwards however, I became ill with rheumatic
2014
Genealogy Record
Longest-stay Permanent Patient in New Zealand
2014
Person
Retired Specialist Anaesthetist and Director Intensive Care Unit.
2014, 1975, 1985
Topic
Retired Senior Surgeon. My Arrival at Tauranga Hospital 1949
2014
Person
Retired Consultant Physician and Deputy Medical Superintendent
2014
Topic
Unique Ward for Māori
2014, 2009, 2019
Organization
The Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB) has 18 iwi in its region - the highest number of iwi in the country. BOPDHB identified that establishing a unique structure
2014
Event
 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
Person
Head of Department, Obstetrics and Gynaecology
2014
Topic
In 1914 most women gave birth at home with help from family, neighbours and untrained midwives. Today, women have a choice of where and how they give birth: at home,
2014
Person
Clinical Midwife Manager
2014, 2009, 2019
Event
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
Event
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 given five pounds by the
2014
Topic
In 1914 nurses were young, single and untrained. They made beds, fed and washed patients. Today’s nurses are highly trained, often specialising, and do many tasks that were previously done
2014, 1965, 1975
Topic
Recollection of Pat Walker (Kendall), a registered nurse who trained in 1941
2014, 1935, 1945
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Recollection of Betty Gordon (Blackie), Registered Nurse, Trained 1945
2014