November Forum 2017

November Forum 2017

What’s new with the Major Trauma Network and how does it affect ACH?


Ian Civil - 
Co-Director, Trauma Services


VENUE: Neurology Room, Clinical Education Centre, Level 5, Auckland City Hospital
DATE:  November 2nd 2017
TIME: 12noon – 1pm
TOPIC: What’s new with the Major Trauma Network and how does it affect ACH?

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Phil Blyth

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