Visitor screening is no longer taking place at Counties Manukau Health facilities as this is not required at Alert Level 1.
Visitor screening at all hospital entrances will end this Sunday, 31 January meaning that from Monday, 1 February there will be no visitor screening at our facilities.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) is investigating a positive COVID-19 test result from a person who recently travelled from overseas, completed their stay in managed isolation in a facility in Auckland, and returned two negative tests as part of routine testing.
Latest News 26 November 2020 | As COVID-19 continues to spread globally, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Auckland has donated 6000 face masks to Counties Manukau Health.
Media Release 17 November 2020 - Health Quality and Safety Commission | Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield is among those thanking health care workers for their compassion and commitment during the recent crises in the health and disability sector, including the COVID-19 lockdown and ongoing response.
The metro Auckland DHBs (Waitematā, Auckland and Counties Manukau) will operate seven community testing centres (CTCs) through the long weekend (24-26 October) to ensure our communities have good access to a COVID-19 test if they need one.
Two additional community testing centres (CTCs) are open on the North Shore in response to an advisory issued by Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS). ARPHS is asking people who were at The Malt pub in Greenhithe on Friday night, 16 October, from 7.
At 11:59pm on Wednesday, 7 October Auckland moved from Alert Level 2 to Level 1. In the interests of keeping our patients, visitors, staff and hospital safe Counties Manukau DHB will continue to limit visitors to Middlemore and maintain the existing public health measures.
Waitematā, Auckland, and Counties Manukau DHBs continue COVID-19 outbreak measures – delay some planned care, move to virtual where possible
The three metropolitan Auckland district health boards (DHBs) will continue with measures that have been in place since Monday 17 August in response to the current community outbreak of COVID-19.
Waitematā, Auckland, and Counties Manukau DHBs delay outpatient appointments and planned care, move to virtual where possible
Media Release 16 August 2020| From Monday 17 August, the three Auckland metropolitan district health boards (DHBs) will postpone some face-to-face planned care appointments or move to virtual appointments where it is appropriate to do so. This includes some scheduled community appointments, outpatient clinics and elective surgeries.