Manukau Courier : January 18th 2011
6 MANUKAU COURIER, JANUARY 18, 2011 NEWS 3361580AD 3381185AA CHANGE YOUR LIFE Fale Saia is confident, determined, and 25Kg lighter, thanks to the eight week weight loss challenge at the Otahuhu Recreation and Youth Centre. The eight week challenge includes: Weekly nutrition seminars, menu plan, one on one appointments, weekly weigh in, full gym membership, fitness training, and most importantly a supportive environment. Nutritionist David Hill says - "You can achieve a healthy weight; it won't be fast or easy, but it is definitely achievable". Fale Saia (pictured left) with nutritionist David Hill Spaces fill fast so contact David Hill now on 276 8207 to secure your spot on the next eight week challenge starting 8th February 2011, for just $25.00 per week. 67 East Tamaki Rd, Papatoetoe Email: email@example.com 0800 462 477 HOT 2011 New Year Deals! BUY 2 TYRES & GET A HALF PRICE WHEEL ALIGNMENT! BUY4TYRES&GETAFREE WHEEL ALIGNMENT! 175/70R13 only $79 205/65R15 only $109 215/45R17 only $139 265/70R16 only $219 Huge range of quality second hand tyres also available! PLUS Check us out online www.thetyrestore.co.nz for more monthly specials C L LU C C P PL L L LU U U USC Ch PC Sales & Repairs No Fix No Fee Website Design and Development Network setup and repairs Hardware and Software Spyware/Virus removal WE CAN COME TO YOU 5/14 Avenue Road, Otahuhu (in the bus station) Ph: 09 270 0781 1/25 Bairds Road, Fairmall Otara Town Centre Ph: 09 272 3348 Shop 8D/130 Dawson Rd, Flatbush (inside Super Value) 3353481AG Busy time at Middlemore By MELISSA KINEALY Having extra beds in the new Edmund Hillary building at Middlemore Hospital didn't stop the full sign going up last week. All of its beds were taken on Wednesday, including the extra 240 in the new building. Stage two of the building opened in May and acute care and resources service manager Dot McKeen says it has been fantas- tic'' to have had access to it during what has turned out to be a very busy Christmas holiday period. A lot of surgical cases came into the hospital just after the New Year. Many people had seasonal'' injuries such as cut toes while mowing lawns barefoot or drilled fingers from a power tool given as a Christmas gift. Adding to the pressure on beds are some older patients who can't be discharged if family members are away on holiday or are back at work and can't pick them up until the end of the day. But we've had a really great response from staff trying to see patients earlier to check if they can be discharged,'' she says. And when this happens across multiple departments it creates a ripple effect that frees up bed spaces. Usually we are busier at the beginning of every week and numbers tail off again towards the end of the week.'' By Thursday afternoon Midd- lemore's emergency department had 50 empty beds, and Mrs McKeen was expecting things to be back on track by the end of the week.
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