We are well into the start of a new warmer season, and we almost have a new government.
Families of premature babies have a special reason to celebrate this week, as events are held around the world to mark World Prematurity Day, 2023. At Middlemore Hospital, November 17th is of special significance to one whanau whose twins recently arrived 11 weeks early.
I am a preceptor – that means I train new ‘kaimahi’ (staff) in CSSD (Central Sterile Service Department).
Like many public and private organisations across New Zealand, Te Whatu Ora has been impacted by Holidays Act 2003 compliance issues.
“I’m an Irish girl relocated for an attractive new challenge in beautiful Aotearoa. I wanted to work like I did at home, in areas of high need with diverse populations. This is my first year working as a pharmacist at Middlemore.
“I love my job in security at Counties Manukau – and equally, I have a love for rugby league! I'd like to make a few observations about the last NRL season.
I am pleased to report that we are through the winter period, and while our services are broadly in good shape it remains very busy.
The Middlemore Foundation says it’s delighted to receive a $10,000 gift via a key supporter, which will make a huge difference to their mahi.
“I have worked as a barista for the Compass group at Countries Manukau for three and a half years. The part I love about my work is that it brings me into contact every day with wonderful people.
This year’s theme for Faahi Tapu he Vagahau Niue – Niue Language Week is Fakatūleva e Vagahau Niue mo e Tau Aga Fakamotu ma e Tau Atuhau , which means - Sustain Niue Language and Culture for Future Generations.