20 January, 2016 There are many hidden casualties of the summer road toll who get neither media attention nor effective treatment, says Sarah Dean, Founder of the Road Traffic Accident Trauma Charitable Trust. “The Ministry of Transport draws… Read More
How is our health system is failing the poor? Mr Philip Bagshaw
The union for senior doctors and dentists in New Zealand’s public hospitals is throwing its weight
behind a research project to measure the true extent of unmet adult health need in this country.
Karen Brown from Radio New Zealand interviewed Phil Bagshaw and some of his patients about their long wait for surgery and how the Canterbury Charity Hospital has changed their lives. Click to listen to the programme
More than $25,000 dollars was raised at our recent Charity Hospital Christmas Ball, held at Maugers Innovation Park in Templeton on Friday 5 December. Our guests enjoyed a beautiful dinner and dance with an amazing array of auction… Read More
The Canterbury Charity Hospital display at the recent GP’s conference at Wigram in Christchurch was a popular stop for attendees. GPs had the opportunity to complete a survey about “unmet need” and went into the draw to win… Read More
Internationally renowned pianist David Glen Hatch helped to raise funds for the Canterbury Charity Hospital.
Actor Michael Galvin, who plays Dr Chris Warner on Shortland Street, visited us while he was in Christchurch.
We were delighted to host a visit by Sir Cliff Richard to the Charity Hospital.