Latest News 22 July 2020 | Tofilau Bernadette Pereira is still buzzing about a very special piece of mail that arrived for her earlier this year.
Latest News 13 July 2020 | Recladding work being carried out on Middlemore Hospital’s Scott Building is on budget and is scheduled to be completed ahead of time.
Latest news - 8 July 2020|A passion for supporting Kaumaatua, Kuia and those caring for whaanau with Dementia keeps social worker Jonine ‘Bobby’ Nepia’s feet firmly on the ground in her new role in Adult Rehabilitation and Health of Older People (ARHOP).
Latest news 1 July 2020|We have no COVID-19 community cases in AucklandThe last community case of COVID-19 in Auckland was reported on 22 May 2020. The only COVID-19 cases currently in Auckland are people who have recently returned from overseas into managed isolation and quarantine facilities.
Latest News 29 June 2020 | A group of University of Auckland Population Health students on placement at Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) have identified new locations for community based clinics that could improve the uptake of diabetic retinal screening in the Counties Manukau area.
Latest News 09 June 2020 | Six years ago, Sonja Mans decided she needed a career change. She was working in what was for her an unfulfilling office job and trained as a joiner to pursue her dream of having a more hands on job.
Latest News 03 June 2020 | CM Health is proud to have one of our own honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list with a Queen’s Service Medal.
Latest News 29 June 2020 | This week, 24-30 May is Samoan Language week. A few of our Pacific staff have come together to share their stories, teach others about their Samoan language and stories and help celebrate the occasion with other staff.
Latest News 13 May 2020|At Alert Level 2, visiting all our sites will continue to be only on essential or compassionate grounds. We must maintain infection prevention control and prepare for potential surges. Our priority is to keep our patients and staff safe.
Latest News 12 May 2020 | People who live in the Counties Manukau Health district and have no English or limited understanding of the language can count on a highly skilled team of 28 permanent and 180 casual interpreters.