This week is national Speech Pathology Week and an appropriate time for the Central Australia Health Service to launch a video aimed at promoting eating, drinking and swallowing safely.
The Central Australia Health Service is advising clients and staff members that construction for a major renovation has started at the Flynn Drive Health Centre and a temporary change of access to some of the buildings may result.
It’s the biting midge season again, and numbers are expected to rise around the full moon next week. Highest numbers are expected three days before and after each full and new moon until December.
A recent increase in Influenza around the country is now starting to be seen in the Northern Territory so the Department of Health is urging people to make sure they have their 2017 flu vaccination – and if not vaccinated yet, to get it as soon as possible.
Last year, the Australian Department of Defence notified the Northern Territory Government of the presence of per-and poly-fluoroalkyl substances, also known as 'PFAS', in the vicinity of some Defence bases around Australia including Tindal.
Territory Day is a time of celebration and fun however every year a small number of people suffer serious and often lasting injuries from firework related injuries.
First aid for burn injuries is the key focus of this year's NT Burns Awareness Week in the Northern Territory.
Graduate nurses and midwives still have a few days to apply for the Top End Health Service’s (TEHS) Graduate Nursing and Midwifery Program, providing graduates with an opportunity to put their theory into practice across TEHS.
The Top End Health Service (TEHS) is integrating maternity services so women have better access to services based on their clinical needs.
Territorians are reminded to be vigilant about hygiene following a rise in rotavirus gastroenteritis cases.