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Trialling new healthcare initiatives and outcome-based care were key for Southern Cross Health Society in the year ahead, CEO Nick Astwick announced at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting in Auckland yesterday afternoon.
In a year where many Kiwis have reported feelings of stress and anxiety, research has revealed that pet owners may have found it easier to navigate life’s challenges and improve their mental wellbeing thanks to the company of their four-legged friends.
In a year that saw the travel industry hit hard by the pandemic, Southern Cross Travel Insurance (SCTI) has been recognised for its care for customers with the travel insurer winning gold at the 2021 Quality Service Awards.
An initiative providing free dental procedures for Kiwis returns next month with a record number of dentists donating their time to the cause.
Local residents requiring private endoscopy services will no longer have to travel to the central city or North Shore once Waitemata Endoscopy opens its West Auckland unit at the end of September.
At a time when monitoring the health of Kiwis has never been more important, Southern Cross is preparing to launch a comprehensive study into New Zealander’s health and wellbeing – the Southern Cross Healthy Futures Report.
Southern Cross Pet Insurance has teamed up with Pet Refuge to provide temporary shelter for animals affected by family violence.
Southern Cross Pet Insurance (SCPI) is reminding pet owners who may have bought Easter chocolate ahead of the lockdown to keep it stored out of reach because of its toxicity to dogs.
Southern Cross Health Society has announced a range of options to help New Zealanders struggling financially in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.