Counties Manukau Health wins Climate Action Award
We are so proud to announce that CM Health has won the Toitū Brighter Future Award in the category of ‘Climate Action (large organisation). ’ The Toitū Brighter Future Awards acknowledge their certified organisations that are leading the way in environmental sustainability.
Community urged to keep Middlemore ED free for life threatening emergencies
Dr Vanessa Thornton, Clinical Director of Middlemore Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED), is urging the Counties Manukau community to keep the hospital’s ED free for emergencies that threaten life and limb.
CMO News 10 December 2021
Yesterday was the second anniversary of the Whakaari (White Island) tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers continue with the survivors and we remember those who have passed.
Whakaari, Our Story
This extraordinary event attracted global attention and resulted in hours of life-saving surgeries within burn units across the country, with support from the National Burn Centre team at Middlemore Hospital.
Whakaari /White Island tragedy second anniversary acknowledged by CM Health
E hara taku toa i te toa takitahi, he toa takitini My strength is not as an individual, but as a collective Today, we join the country in commemorating the second anniversary of the Whakaari/White Island tragedy.
Celebrating whaanau and whakawhanaungatanga this International Day of Disabled People
Darcelle is a strong and capable mother of three, living in Weymouth with her husband and kids.
Counties Manukau Health’s commitment to accessibility and inclusivity
Today Friday 3 December, we are celebrating International Day of Disabled People by recommitting as an organisation to ensuring CM Health is accessible and inclusive. This year's United Nations theme for the day is ‘leadership and participation of persons with disabilities toward an inclusive, accessible, and sustainable post-COVID-19 world.
Latest News - Chief Medical Officer
Middlemore remains busy as the number of COVID-19 community cases starts to plateau, the number of COVID-19 hospital admissions remains relatively stable with 30 cases in Middlemore and a total of 83 COVID-19 hospital admissions across the Auckland region today at mid-afternoon.
What does life at the red traffic light setting mean for your visit to CM Health?
From Friday, 3 December New Zealand moves into the new COVID-19 Protection Framework, commonly known as the ‘ traffic light ’ system. Auckland will start in the ‘red’ setting and as we move through the traffic lights our visitor policy will change to reflect this.
It’s all about connection
Being Maaori, establishing connections (whakawhanuangatanga) is important to Karen Molyneux, one of our Allied Health Triage Clinicians based at Community Central in Lambie Drive and recently elected President Tangata Whenua for Occupational Therapy New Zealand, Whakaora Ngangahau (OTNZ WNA).