Wairarapa News : January 25th 2012
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The decision was made to move staff in earthquake- prone buildings to other locations on and off the hos- pital campus. Chief Executive Tracey Adamson says, The Board felt that a cautious approach was best. Staff and patient safety are our top priority, and with that in mind, the Board agreed to move staff in those DHB buildings deemed earthquake-prone' as quickly as possible.'' Wairarapa DHB will not be undertaking structural as- sessment or remedial work on old hospital buildings already identified to be transferred to the Office of Treaty Settle- ments. Several of the newer build- ings, including the new hos- pital, Adult Mental Health, Population Health and Focus, received A or A+ ratings, which means they are con- sidered to be earthquake re- sistant''. The corporate office will be located at 9 Russell St, Mas- terton (the old Trust House Offices). Community nurses, home- links, oncology nurses, and clinical nurse specialists will be located at Hessey House, 21 Worksop Rd, Masterton. The move is taking place during this week. Wairarapa DHB expect to have relocated services fully operational in the new lo- cations by the end of the month. There will be minimal im- pact on services provided to the public as most of the ser- vices being relocated do not provide services to patients at their premises. A new purpose-built build- ing to house facilities, stores and other support services (such as linen storage) is proposed to be erected on existing DHB land.
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