A documentary following the experiences of two patients after stroke has been made with help from several Counties Manukau teams.
Media Release - 4 November 2019 |Counties Manukau is one of the most socioeconomically deprived regions within the country, with persistent gaps in life expectancy between Maaori and Pacific people and others living in the area.
Latest news 1 November 2019|Providing support to bereaved Whaanau/Families in their time of need has been at the heart of the Middlemore Hospital-based Bereavement Care Service for 25 years.
Latest News 29 October 2019 |Teei Kaiaruna is on a mission to ensure more Pacific and Maaori people become pharmacists. The key to achieving this is to expose young people to the vast career options within pharmacy, Ms Kaiaruna, a Clinical Pharmacist at Middlemore, says.
All DHB Media Release 29 October 2019 | DHBs ask Employment Relations Authority for Facilitation to help end MIT strikesDistrict Health Boards are asking the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) to help break the impasse in bargaining with APEX Medical Imaging Technologists (MITs) which has seen multiple strikes disrupting patient services.
Media release 24 October 2019 | Counties Manukau Health has full contingency plans in place for a series of industrial action by members of the APEX union. The majority of our health services will be unaffected by the strike action.
Latest News 22 October 2019 | The measles outbreak has led to high demand for the Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) vaccine in Auckland.
Latest News - 18 October 2019 | Chris Mallon has delivered hundreds of babies since she first began working as a midwife in 1999 and she says every single one was a privilege.
Latest News 11 October 2019 | Auckland University students explored several health disciplines, and learned how to intubate a mannequin named Bob, during a recent tour of Middlemore Hospital.
Media Release - 02 October 2019 | Counties Manukau Health’s new primary care mental health model, Wellness Support, is proving successful reaching in excess of 4,300 people and providing more than 10,000 consultations in its first year.