Sreyon Murthi, Pharmacist and Clinical Change Analyst, treasures the opportunity to give back, a notion that aligns with our values at Te Whatu Ora for Counties Manukau.
“Talofa lava, o lo’u igoa o Jessee Tanu Fia’Ali’i. I was born and raised in Māngere with my four siblings. My parents are from the villages of Fogāsavai'i in Savai'i and Afega in Upolu.
Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau has multiple energy efficiency projects underway that will help to combat climate change.
Kia Ora tatou. Right now, at Counties Manukau, we’re taking stock of the recent Budget announcements on health spending.
Our Kidz First Children’s Emergency Department sees an increase in respiratory disease and illness most winters - with the statistics for respiratory disease in Pacific and Maaori being higher than other ethnic groups.
The Middlemore Blood Drive is an annual event hosted at Ko Awatea. The most recent event took place on Friday 19 May, after being postponed for the past three years due to COVID-19. This year's Blood Drive was attended by 70 staff with 55 units of blood donated.
The One NZ Warriors stopped by Kids First this week to say kia ora to the tamariki in support of Jammies for June! Jammies for June has been running for 12 years to help keep Kidz First patients warm.
Sandra is now happily smoke free and you can be too! Our Smokefree team were visiting the Local Doctors in Mangere and talking to people about stopping smoking, offering carbon monoxide measurement via a breathalyser machine showing the amount of toxins in lungs.
Olympic gold medallist Dame Valerie Adams is working with the Middlemore Foundation to warm up winter for 10,000 kids with the Jammie for June campaign.
Friday, 12 May is Internataional Nurses Day. We're so proud of all our Counties Manukau Nurses. Meet Monteisha Lafaele who's been in her role for about two years.