Latest News 21 November 2018 | As dawn broke over Manukau this morning and the rain stayed away, representatives from Manawhenua, the University of Otago, Savory Construction, and CM Health blessed the site of the new dental facility to be built on the grounds of the Manukau SuperClinic.
Counties Manukau Health is proud to celebrate Transgender* Week of Awareness for the first time, from 12 to 20 November 2018. The Northern Region DHBs (Northland, Waitemata, Auckland and Counties Manukau DHBs) are celebrating five years of working together to make healthcare better for Gender Diverse and Transgender people.
Raising awareness of bowel cancer and a screening programme that could save lives is the focus of a Counties Manukau Health community event at the Mangere Town Centre on Saturday, 17 November.
A lot has changed in the nearly 50 years that orderly Ivy Tauhinu has been employed at Middlemore Hospital. The buildings, the uniforms, and even the way to appropriately address staff have all shifted dramatically since a young Ivy started with the hospital on 10 October 1969.
DHB Leaders release first joint long term vision for healthcare in Northland and Auckland, welcome Government funding announcements
District Health Board leaders have warmly welcomed new Government funding for Northland and Auckland as they set out a 20-year vision for healthcare in Northland and Auckland DHBs’ first joint Long Term Investment Plan (LTIP).
Latest news 18 October 2018 | If you’re looking for an amazing physiotherapist, you’ll be happy to know that Joe Pomelile is one of the friendly faces you’ll meet at Mangere Health Centre.
Latest news 17 October 2018 | South Auckland local asks wahine to put themselves first and get a mammogram The Counties Manukau Breast Screening team have recently been holding Mana Wahine clinic days at the Manukau Super Clinic to encourage and…
Pictured: Patient Buoy Phan uses the LIBBY App Media release 10 October 2018 | Hospital stays can have their challenges but thanks to the Libby app, boredom does not have to be one of them.
Counties Manukau Health has launched an online campaign to encourage people to stop smoking. The Social Media campaign, Smokefree Notes, created by CM Health’s Living Smokefree Service is designed to help people remind their loved ones of the benefits of being smoke free.
Occupancy levels at Middlemore Hospital and Kidz First have remained busy but manageable throughout the day, despite the hospital continuing to provide essential and life preserving services. The number of people attending our Emergency Department has been steady.