Award winning NP scheme gives elders better access to care

Castaneda, Reynald
November 2013
New Zealand Doctor;11/6/2013, p6
The article reports on the improvement of access to healthcare in Reevedon Home, Levin Home for War Veterans and Horowhenua Masonic Village in New Zealand, with the help of nurse practitioner Sylvia Meijer who regularly visits the facility to provide care for residents and support for staff.


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