The peak in demand at Royal Darwin Hospital is easing.
A dedicated group of health staff will be on the national stage next week after being selected as Baton Bearers for the 2018 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton Relay.
Residents and visitors in the Katherine region are being urged to take precautions to protect themselves against mosquitoes, with Murray Valley encephalitis (MVE) virus activity detected.
The Central Australia Health Service has created resources to promote eating, drinking and swallowing safely. The videos and posters were produced by Alice Springs Hospital Speech Pathology Department, with the help of the Aboriginal Health Innovation Sponsorship Fund 2017.
The Central Australian Health Service (CAHS) dietitians are throwing their supporting behind Alice Springs locals to help them live healthy lives, through smart eating.
The new NT Child Health Record – more commonly known as the Yellow Book, was launched on Wednesday 31 January at the Nylander Clinic in Parap.
Top End, Katherine and Barkly region residents are urged to protect themselves from mosquito bites, with mosquito numbers expected to increase following the heavy rainfall associated with the monsoonal activity. Numbers are likely to increase from Saturday 3 February and will remain elevated until areas dry up.
A precautionary advice for drinking water has been issued today for the Daly River Community and surrounding premises, following advice from the Power and Water Corporation that the water supply has been disrupted.
Top End residents and visitors are reminded to protect themselves from the potentially deadly soil-borne disease, melioidosis, as cases have increased in January following heavy wet season rains across the Top End.
Applications open for the 2018 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners Scholarships.