Melissa Girvan Grant’s career as a Registered Nurse spans thirty years, and in that time, she’s had many different roles. After spending a number of years focused on quality and risk, around five years ago, Melissa decided it was time to step back in to a frontline role.
Our Orderly and Cleaners Departments were treated to a special thank you from students of neighbouring Kings College, this week. On Tuesday 15 March, delicious home baking made by the students, and beautifully decorated, was delivered as a thank you for the all the hard work done through COVID-19.
To the start of this week there have been over 87,000 COVID-19 cases in Counties Manukau region. We hope we are plateauing in case numbers this week and we are looking forward to an easing up of hospitalisations in the coming weeks.
Your whare is a spiritual place - and the hard mahi happening here means we are in the best place to help protect our whanau and community.
As part of our COVID-19 response we have deferred non time critical surgery for two weeks. In this video Richard Small General Manager for Surgery, Anaesthesia and Perioperative Services explains that acute and urgent surgery continues.
Sadly, when lockdown originally started, over time Police saw an increase in family violence cases. An article in Stuff. co.
What started as a ‘passion’ to achieve equity for Maaori has evolved into a clinic providing better outcomes for Maaori patients and whaanau in the Emergency Department (ED).
Over the last two weeks we have experienced a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases in our community and admissions to our hospital. Just like all employers in New Zealand our workforce is impacted by the current Omicron surge.
Due to the impacts of the Omicron surge some outpatient appointments may be delayed. You will be offered another appointment as soon as we are able to do so.