When something takes your breath away – but not in a good way – the Better Breathing program may be able to help you get it back!This pulmonary rehabilitation programme is designed to help patients with chronic respiratory conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), bronchiectasis, and cystic fibrosis.
In Counties Manukau we are experiencing a welcome decrease in the number of daily COVID-19 cases and the number of people requiring hospital level care.
What makes mental health nursing a rewarding career?That’s the question a new national recruitment campaign, launched at Middlemore Hospital this week, shines the spotlight on.
Growing up in the Philippines provided Clyde Ypil with resilience, coping skills and empathy – qualities that he puts to good use in our Emergency Department. "Life in the Philippines is tough but it taught me a lot about compassion.
Clinicians from Counties Manukau Health are working with other specialists throughout the country to ensure all COVID-19 patients get the best possible hospital and community care.
Melissa Girvan Grant’s career as a Registered Nurse spans thirty years, and in that time, she’s had many different roles. After spending a number of years focused on quality and risk, around five years ago, Melissa decided it was time to step back in to a frontline role.
Our Orderly and Cleaners Departments were treated to a special thank you from students of neighbouring Kings College, this week. On Tuesday 15 March, delicious home baking made by the students, and beautifully decorated, was delivered as a thank you for the all the hard work done through COVID-19.
To the start of this week there have been over 87,000 COVID-19 cases in Counties Manukau region. We hope we are plateauing in case numbers this week and we are looking forward to an easing up of hospitalisations in the coming weeks.
Your whare is a spiritual place - and the hard mahi happening here means we are in the best place to help protect our whanau and community.