With Auckland’s move to the orange ‘traffic light’ setting proposed to come into place Thursday, 30 December our visiting policy will remain largely the same as under the red setting. All patients will be supported to nominate two registered whaanau (Kaitiaki/partners in care), preferably from the same bubble.
Traditional fare on the menu at Middlemore Hospital Christmas is about a lot of things. For most people one of those things is food.
The Chairs of the interim entities Health New Zealand and Māori Health Authority have appointed Fepulea’i Margie Apa and Riana Manuel as Chief Executives to lead these two new health entities.
They didn’t come down the fireplace – but boxes of gifts have appeared at our Kidz First Hospital who are the grateful recipients of donated Christmas gifts which will be given to our tamariki in hospital on Christmas Day.
He aha te mea nui o te ao What is the most important thing in the world? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata It is the people, it is the people, it is the people Maori proverb For Rere Toru the core of her work people.
Our nursing workforce of over 4900 Aucklanders have again delivered outstanding patient care across multiple settings and touchpoints throughout Counties Manukau Health.
The news that Counties Manukau Health Chief Executive, Fepulea’i Margie Apa has today been appointed Chief Executive of Health New Zealand has been met with delight by the Counties Manukau Health Board and Mana Whenua.
As the yearend approaches, I’d like to pay tribute to the extraordinary team at Counties Manukau Health. Since this COVID-19 Delta outbreak began in August, our DHB has had the most cases in New Zealand and Middlemore has had over 500 admissions of COVID-19 patients.
The Government will upgrade Middlemore Hospital next year to support planned and routine care, so non-COVID patients are safe when COVID patients are being treated.