Bodies are designed to move, and in pregnancy it’s no different.
Pregnancy and the early months of having a new baby are times of big changes for a woman’s body and life.
When it comes to exercise, there are plenty of ideas about what women should and shouldn’t do - not all of
it based on fact.
Our General Practice teams across MidCentral are still available to help you stay well. Check out how we are changing our services to stay connected with you and your whānau.
Phone and video consultations:
Doctors, Nurse Practitioners and other health professionals will be using telephone and video consultations. Your GP or nurse practitioner will advise you whether you need to visit them in person.
Connecting through your patient portal:
Many General Practices offer a patient portal. These are safe, secure ways to communicate with your General Practice. You may be able to; email your GP, nurse practitioner or long-term conditions nurse, check your what medicines you are on, check recent laboratory results or request simple repeat prescriptions.
For more information on how to stay connected with General Practices across the MidCentral districts go to: https://www.thinkhauora.nz/stay_connected
It seems there is an increasing amount of dog poo on the foot paths recently with more people out walking can everyone with a dog please pick up after it. Not much fun out walking trying to keep kids entertained and walking in and dodging dog poo...
Guys... Shall we be part of putting a teddy 🐻 in the window for a bit of fun for kids to find!