Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) is trialling a digital information system to help patients receive the right care for them.
DHBs Media release 22 November 2018 | District Health Boards are hoping striking midwives will join them in facilitation or return to mediation to find a way through the current impasse in the pay dispute.
Media release 22 November 2018 | Health Minister David Clark today opened Stage One of Counties Manukau Health’s new $57 million Tiaho Mai Mental Health Unit.
Media release 21 November 2018 | Counties Manukau Health has welcomed today’s Government announcement of an $80 million investment for capital works at Middlemore Hospital and the Manukau SuperClinic.
Media release 21 November 2018 | Counties Manukau Health has full contingency plans in place ahead of the expected industrial action by Midwifery Employee Representation and Advisory Service (MERAS) members starting on Thursday and continue for a series of two-hour strikes twice each day until 6 December and then again...
Latest News 21 November 2018 | As dawn broke over Manukau this morning and the rain stayed away, representatives from Manawhenua, the University of Otago, Savory Construction, and CM Health blessed the site of the new dental facility to be built on the grounds of the Manukau SuperClinic.
At the heart of the Mangere Town Centre amongst the market stalls, the Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) bowel screening community event drew crowds last Saturday to hear from important dignitaries and enjoy entertainment from local cultural groups.
Free Mental Health First Aid workshops are available for Counties Manukau residents to assist people to better deal with mental health challenges.
Counties Manukau Health is proud to celebrate Transgender* Week of Awareness for the first time, from 12 to 20 November 2018. The Northern Region DHBs (Northland, Waitemata, Auckland and Counties Manukau DHBs) are celebrating five years of working together to make healthcare better for Gender Diverse and Transgender people.
Raising awareness of bowel cancer and a screening programme that could save lives is the focus of a Counties Manukau Health community event at the Mangere Town Centre on Saturday, 17 November.