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  •   Home > News > Business

    The Health Minister's defending emergency funding for District Health Boards

    The Health Minister's defending emergency funding for District Health Boards


    An Equity support report has revealed the Government made a 142 million dollar payment to seven DHBs before June 30 this year.

    That's part of 368 million dollars used to bail them out over the past two financial years.

    David Clark says significant changes can be expected after board appointments in the coming weeks.

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