Latest news 1 September 2017 | Expression of Interest for a Consumer Council member within the Counties Manukau Patient Whaanau Centred Care Consumer CouncilCounties Manukau Health has a Consumer Council who represents the interests of consumers.
Stuff. co. nz 12 May 2017 | It's been 70 years since a young Esme Green decided she wanted to be a nurse. The year was 1947 and the 20-year-old dressmaker was living in Otahuhu when a new south Auckland hospital opened its doors on May 3.
Media release 28 June 2017 | The depth and breadth of health research taking place at Counties Manukau Health – in the hospital as well as in the community – was recently celebrated during Research Week 2017, hosted by the Ko Awatea Research and Evaluation Office.
Media release 26 June 2017 | Middlemore Hospital experiencing long wait times for minor illness and injuries due to winter spikeMiddlemore Hospital is experiencing a significant spike in the number of people coming to its Emergency Department as it sees the impact of winter hitting early.
Latest news 12 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. I lived and grew up in Mangere Road, Otahuhu, just along from the hospital.
Media release 28 April 2017 | A sign at the front of Middlemore Hospital’s Emergency Department had been placed there by a staff member without senior authorisation and had been left there since a period of particularly high demand.
Media release 9 March 2017 | Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says under this Government the people of Counties Manukau are getting more of the health services they need. “We’re focused on delivering results, ensuring New Zealanders can access more services.
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Media release 23 February 2016 | Snapped Out is an interactive stop smoking campaign that asks people to stop, think and create artwork about the impact of smoking in their community.
Media Release 16 February 2016 | Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) has confirmed a measles alert for Skycity Casino and Sugar Tree Apartments after an individual ignored medical instructions to go into quarantine. “By ignoring our instructions this person has put the health of the public at risk.