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Cancer patients in the southern Bay of Plenty now have the option of receiving treatment locally with the opening of a new private oncology clinic at Southern Cross Hospital Rotorua.
Kiwis with oral cancers can now have their tumours removed robotically through a new surgical technique.
Southern Cross Travel Insurance (SCTI) is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new website with an ergonomic interface and easy navigation, to ensure a quick and efficient purchase process for new and existing customers.
A new survey has found that almost 60% of Kiwis are stressed at least once a week - with financial and work related issues stressing out younger Kiwis, while their older counterparts are more likely to be stressed out about health.
Southern Cross Health Society released its annual financial results today, showing growth in both membership and the number of elective surgical procedures performed.
Low income adults are eligible for free dental treatment from 8-14 August through Smile NZ – a joint initiative run by the Southern Cross Health Trust and New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA).
After 12 years at Southern Cross Health Society, CEO Peter Tynan is stepping down.
There is a growing trend of pet owners forking out for treatments that have traditionally been associated with humans, and pet ownership can break the bank.