Anna Harrison, a former top high-performance Kiwi athlete awarded the New Zealand Order of Merit, has taken up a key role at Middlemore's Kidz First Hospital. Anna is a New Zealand Silver Ferns netball and national indoor and beach volleyball player.
Kia ora everyone We’re hopefully coming into the last month of Counties Manukau’s traditional Winter season, and I’m pleased to report we’ve managed pretty well, despite very high pressures.
It was the natural beauty of New Zealand and a love for the outdoors that brought Jerson Valencia to New Zealand from the Philippines – and to his career in nursing at Middlemore Hospital.
Baby Vaka Hafoka spent 175 days in the neonatal service at Middlemore’s Kidz First Hospital. Vaka and his parents Ilaisia and Losaline, were at their son’s bedside throughout his stay, from the time he was born 16 weeks premature last November.
Auckland theatre-goers are being treated to an intimate look behind the scenes at Middlemore Hospital’s intensive care service. A veteran of the Middlemore Intensive Care Unit, Dr David Galler, wrote a best-selling book called “Things that Matter” – a memoir of his 25-year career as an intensivist.
Kia ora everyone Winter has been very busy for all our services, but we are coping. Regionally, there’s been very good co-operation and co-ordination, leading to good patient outcomes.
Dr Mayanna Lund has become the first female New Zealander to be elected as President of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ).
Kia Ora! My name is Jody Coverdale and I'm a Health Care Assistant in Middlemore's Emergency Department.
Melanie Arai, the Clinical Lead in Social Work at Kidz First Child Development, is a first-generation New Zealand Born Cook Islander. Growing up in Otara, she is proud to serve her community. "When I serve in my role, I don't just carry myself. I carry my whanau.