The orderlies at Counties Manukau are some of the unsung heroes of the organisation. They work very hard and are an integral part of the health service provided to our patients.
The first cohort of Trainee Healthcare Assistants (HCAs) have graduated from the Earn as you Learn programme, where they worked fulltime in the hospital as paid staff, while completing a Level 3 qualification over twelve months.
Ivy Tauhinu says Haere rā to Middlemore after 54 years of service. Starting her journey in 1969, Ivy has seen the hospital undergo many changes, from uniform fashions to building renovations. She has been steadfast in her job working as an orderly.
Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau is setting up a new specialist weight management service to support healthy living and combat obesity in the South Auckland community.
Dr Ross Nicholson, one of our doctors has been awarded a top honour by the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. The prestigious Mentor of the Year Award is given annually to the College Member who has demonstrated an outstanding and lasting contribution to the training and education of trainees.
Kia Ora koutou It’s pleasing to be able to report growing instances of co-operation between the three Auckland m e tro districts – Waitematā, Te Toka Tumai Auckland, and Counties Manukau, in ways that are benefitting patients.
The first 2000 days of a child’s life are instrumental in their health and wellbeing - what they experience sets the trajectory for their development.
This week (13-19 March) is Neurodiversity Awareness Week and a fitting time to launch the Counties Accessibility Network known as CAN Do! CAN do is a group of dedicated staff members who advocate and action positive change to help build an inclusive workplace culture that will enable all employees…
After undergoing a life-saving operation for bowel cancer, Ben Cullen is happy to be spending time with his family. But the 65-year-old says his decision to send in a screening test after being prompted by his wife was key to him discovering he had the disease and getting treatment.