Arriving at the nurses living quarters at Middlemore Hospital, John McKenzie, and his friend were waiting patiently in the foyer for their dates to get ready when Robyn, a 19-year-old nurse, and her friend sat down to chat with them and keep them company.
Image: Lieutenant William Manchester joined the New Zealand Army and was sent to Egypt in 1940. In 1950, Middlemore Hospital was honoured to have renowned plastic surgeon Sir William Manchester arrive to establish our Plastic Surgery Unit.
Thank you to all of our Admin professionals who play a crucial role in organizing our hospital services! Today we specially acknowledge Clerical Coordinator Julie Robertson, who is about to celebrate 21 years of service working for Counties Manukau District Health Board.
As the temperatures start to decline, we need to encourage our friends, whaanau and community to be prepared for a challenging winter with more coughs, colds and viral infections like influenza along with continued COVID-19 cases expected this year.
After suffering depression and attempting suicide, Johnny Angel was hospitalised and diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Around 2002 he suffered a relapse which led him into the care of Tiaho Mai, Middlemore Hospital’s mental health rehabilitation unit. “I thought I was fine.
On 22 January 2002 Sir Edmund Hillary, conqueror of Mt Everest with sherpa Tenzing Norgay, was farewelled with a State Funeral at St Mary's Church in Parnell.
On the way to what should have been a great night out, Jane’s life was changed forever. It was a Saturday night in 1976, just before Christmas, when the car Jane was travelling in lost control and crashed into a power pole.
Waiho raa kia tuu takitahi ana ngaa whetuu o te rangiLet it be one alone that stands among the starsThis year we are proud to celebrate 75 years since Middlemore Hospital first opened its doors in service to our community, and over this time, Middlemore's leadership, impact, and reach has…
The Northern region DHBs are working together to deliver a joined-up approach to the return of planned care deferred as hospitals responded to the Omicron outbreak in Tamaki Makaurau.
Assessing and keeping patients and staff safe in Middlemore is a constant focus, especially in COVID times. Emergency Department Service Manager Tracey Mitchell says one of the successes has been the COVID triage tent to assess people as they arrive at our Emergency Department.