All DHB Media Release - After caring for COVID-19 patients for more than 18 months, the Auckland region’s hospitals are reassuring the public that they are well placed to manage increased patient numbers as a result of community transmission.
New COVID-19 Protection Framework provides pathway out of lockdown and ability for businesses and events to re-open to vaccinated New Zealanders
Simpler framework to minimise cases and hospitalisations without use of widespread lockdowns
Auckland to move into the new framework when 90 percent of eligible population in each of the three DHBs…
CM Health Staff Profile: Team manager on a mission to help raise awareness for Pacific people’s mental health
In celebration of Niue Language Week, our staff member Iris Feilo-Naepi talks about the importance of her culture and her mission to help raise awareness for Pacific people’s mental health. Born in Auckland, Iris was raised by her maternal grandparents since she was a baby.
Tuala Tagaloa Tusani is a COVID-19 DELTA survivor who was rushed to Middlemore Hospital in early September.
A shortage of qualified and experienced project managers could challenge the three Auckland region DHBs tasked with delivering significant capital and infrastructure programmes, so they have come up with an innovative and long-term solution.
On Friday 8 October Counties Manukau Health CEO Margie Apa hosted an online event for our Asian Community VAX Heroes programme community leaders, clinicians and volunteers to thank them for their contribution to Counties Manukau Health’s ongoing Flu and COVID-19 Vaccination programmes.
District Health Boards and the New Zealand Nurses Organisation have reached an agreement that will see improvements to pay and working conditions for nurses working for the DHBs in hospitals and the community.
Middlemore Hospital has been the epicentre of the Delta outbreak in Auckland with up to eight hospital admissions per day since the outbreak began.
A huge congratulations to Dr Rob Burrell and the Anaesthetic Team for their valuable work reducing CM Health's carbon footprint by 650 tonnes of CO2 equivalents each year. “Healthcare, though life-changing and life-saving, can be a dirty business.