Important message from Canterbury GPs during alert level four

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People should be contacting their family doctor, or seeking care at an urgent doctors, as they normally would, during the Level 4 management period. “It is important that you remain healthy and have your usual check-ups, renew prescriptions and talk to your family doctor about health issues,” Canterbury Primary Response Group Clinical Lead Dr Phil

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Holi celebration at Pegasus House

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Pegasus Health staff celebrated Holi  on Friday 28 February 2020. Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival, originating from the Indian subcontinent. A number of staff members with Indian backgrounds wore Indian traditional dress and arranged a well-organised and well-received morning tea. The aromas of delicious traditional dishes mixed with colourful sari and decorations to

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Where to find updates on Novel Coronavirus (2019-NCOV)

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For updates on the Coronavirus relating to primary healthcare, please visit the Canterbury Primary Response Group website. Here you will find the latest updates from the Ministry of Health and CDHB as they become available. You can also find more information here: https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov

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Reading in Mind at Tūranga

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On Saturday 10 August the Pegasus Health ‘Reading in Mind’ team joined a mental health and wellbeing showcase with Ōtautahi Creative Spaces at Tūranga. The Reading in Mind scheme works with Christchurch City Libraries and MHERC to provide a resource to support people experiencing low-to-moderate mental health issues. They do this by providing lists of

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Pegasus Health Chair appointed to Health Precinct Advisory Council

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Congratulations to Peter Townsend, Chair of Pegasus Health, who has recently been appointed as the Independent Chair of the Health Precinct Advisory Council. Peter is well-respected in Canterbury and nationally and has been closely involved in Canterbury’s development and regeneration for more than 20 years. He is a tireless advocate for Canterbury and always has

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