All Results in Tauranga Hospital Centenary topics

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Registered Nurse,Trained 1954.
2014, 1945, 1955
Person
Mr Richard Keddell, Orthopaedic Department Clinical Director
2014, 1980, 1990
Person
Debbie McDougall, Play Specialist, Paediatrics
2014
Event
When I was only a little girl of four years, I was taken to Tauranga Hospital very sick with double pulmonic pneumonia.
2014
Topic
My name is Tui Meyer, nee Bentley. I was one of six chronically ill children and our life-threatening conditions caused us to constantly require treatment of care at Tauranga Hospital.
2014, 1945, 1955
Person
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
Genealogy Record
Ruby Bruning (Johanson), Patient, 1920’s. Early Life in the Children’s Ward. In 1914 parents were discouraged from visiting their sick child in hospital. Today, parents are encouraged to be part
2014, 1915, 1925
Person
In 1914 if you broke your shin bone you’d be in hospital for at least six weeks, in plaster for three months and require at least six months off work.
2014
Topic
This site is based on the "Celebrating 100 Years of Innovation and Excellence" Tauranga Hospital Centenary eBook created in 2014 by the Bay of Plenty District Health Board, and published
2014
Genealogy Record
Urologist, Head of Clinical School at Tauranga Hospital.
2014
Genealogy Record
Fred Hollows was at Tauranga Hospital from 1958-1959. It was here that he made his first significant move towards becoming an ‘eye doctor’. He had completed an ‘eye term’ as
2014
Genealogy Record
Gastroenterologist, New Zealand Order of Merit.
2014
Person
I grew up in the state-housing block between 21st and 23rd Avenues in the early 1950’s. This block became home to many families who had lived in the Tauranga Domain
2014, 1945, 1955
Person
In 1914 the vaccine against polio hadn’t been created. Today, polio has been eradicated in New Zealand due to immunisation. The effort to immunise all against disease continues.
2014