Blogs

Mark Gosche

Chair tours Middlemore site

Posted by Communications Team on 8 May 2018 |

The new chair of Counties Manukau Health, Vui Mark Gosche, yesterday toured Middlemore site buildings, including the Galbraith and Scott buildings and KidzFirst.

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Harley Gray Exterior

Questions & Answers on Building Issues

Posted by Communications Team on 13 April 2018 |

How many buildings at Middlemore Hospital are affected by weather tightness and potentially, mould as a result?

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Managing the mumps outbreak

Posted by Communications Team on 7 September 2017 |

The Auckland region is experiencing an outbreak in mumps. Mumps is a serious and highly infectious viral disease. It can spread from an infected person by saliva or mucous droplets when coughing, sneezing, or talking. Early symptoms of mumps include fever, headache, muscle aches, tiredness, and loss of appetite.

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ARDS Pukekohe Report Summary Released

Posted by Communications Team on 1 June 2017 |

For full information and to read the report, please click here

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Pioneer nurse helps Middlemore Hospital celebrate 70th birthday

Posted by Communications Team on 12 May 2017 |

Stuff.co.nz | It's been 70 years since a young Esme Green decided she wanted to be a nurse.

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Tragic death involving staff member at Middlemore Hospital

Posted by Communications Team on 4 May 2017 |

A tragic death occurred overnight on the grounds of Middlemore Hospital. Police are involved in an investigation.

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Esme Green

Middlemore Memories

Posted by Esme Green (nee Montgomery) on 2 May 2017 |

As we celebrate Middlemore’s 70th Birthday, who better to take us down memory lane than Esme Green (nee Montgomery) the first trainee nurse to work at Middlemore Hospital.

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Be a #FluFighter this winter

Posted by Geraint Martin on 20 April 2017 |

Brace yourself folks – the flu season has arrived, which can bring the dreaded running nose, scratchy throat, cough, body aches, a high fever and thumping headache of the seasonal flu.  The good news is you can easily help protect yourself and your loved ones by getting the flu vaccine.

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Hendon Stephens

Hendon's Journey

Posted by Communications Team on 8 March 2017 |

At the age of 15, Hendon was admitted to hospital with Rheumatic Fever. For the next three months, while in hospital, Hendon would learn how to live and deal with his illness.  This would include monthly injections for the next 25 years.   Having spent so much time in Hospital, Hendon soon built positive relationships with the various health professionals who cared for him.  He knew he wanted to make a difference in the community in the same way they did.   

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