Latest News 13 February 2020 | Three days into Pete Watson’s new role as Chief Medical Officer at Counties Manukau Health he found himself in the midst of an unprecedented medical crisis.
Media Release 30 January 2020 |Public health advice regarding the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is available on the Ministry of Health website. From today, 2019 N-CoV has been classified as a notifiable illness.
Media release 30 January 2020 | Counties Manukau Health has acknowledged the generosity of the community and companies who responded to calls for support in the wake of the Whakaari/White Island tragedy.
Media release 29 January 2020 | Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) welcomes the Government’s announcement today of an estimated $5 million investment for a neonatal refurbishment at Kidz First.
Latest News 24 January 2020 |Green Prescription Active Families, a community-based programme delivered by Otara Health on behalf of Counties Manukau Health (CM Health), is having a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of families living in South Auckland.
Latest News 23 January 2020 | A new data analysis platform at Counties Manukau Health will enable clinicians to better understand healthcare information collected by the hospital. CM Health now has a licence to use the programme Qlik Sense.
Combined Media Release from the metro Auckland region District Health Boards 17 January 2020Contingency plans are in place at metropolitan Auckland DHBs to minimise the impact of the three-month sonographers’ strike on our patients and ensure we continue to deliver the highest-possible standard of service.
Latest News 17 January 2020|Counties Manukau Health has full contingency plans in place for industrial action by Sonographers who are members of the APEX union. Sonographers will strike for 12 weeks from Saturday, 18 January, 2020. The majority of our health services will not be affected by strike action.
Latest News Wednesday 15 January 2020|The family of a three-year-old Manurewa toddler with a rare chromosome condition say they would be lost without the support of the Kidz First children’s hospital at Middlemore, which has been a second home to their family in recent years.