Kia Ora taatou, I’m pleased to note that even in the midst of winter pressures, there are some positive trends emerging in our services here at Counties Manukau.
i, I'm Samantha Oleson, a registered nurse working in the Emergency Department at Middlemore Hospital. I trained here as a student nurse and fell in love with the place.
As the sun creeps over the horizon and the birds start to wake, Kiwi and Jordan are arriving at Middlemore Hospital to take part in a karakia with a tuuroro (patient).
Hi, my name is Mandy Chow and I am an Assistant Clinical Nurse Manager at Middlemore Hospital’s Emergency Department.
Te Whatu Ora has recommenced public reporting of clinical performance metrics on our website today.
New digital innovations and technologies are opening doors in health care bringing exciting and innovative ways to address health concerns and illness.
Like many public and private organisations across New Zealand, Te Whatu Ora has been impacted by Holidays Act 2003 compliance issues. We’re committed to addressing these issues, to ensure current and former Te Whatu Ora staff receive their correct leave entitlements.
What started as a surprise pregnancy turned into an emergency delivery within the space of a few weeks for Roxanne and her new baby, Mary-Jen (MJ) It was during a routine regular blood test to measure her iron levels due to her anaemia, that Roxanne discovered she was pregnant.