Clinical research plays a huge role in improving patient care and health outcomes. Middlemore Clinical Trials (MMCT) is giving health professionals at Counties Manukau Health more opportunities than ever to be involved in extraordinary innovation right on their doorstep.
Today is day 93 of Auckland’s lockdown, and while public health restrictions have changed and children are returning to school, we urge the community to remain vigilant, continue to follow the rules, and get fully vaccinated.
Today, 17 November, is Aotearoa Patient Safety Day, Te Rā Haumaru Tūroro o Aotearoa, and the focus for the Health & Quality Safety Commission (HQSC) this year is maternal and newborn safety, focusing on safe and culturally responsive care.
Counties Manukau Health is proud to have one of former staff members appointed to the Māori Health Authority, taking a leadership role in the health reforms, Hauora Māori and equity across Aotearoa.
Counties Manukau Health is relieved to see vaccination rates continue to rise and as the Government signals an easing of public health restriction settings, we urge the community to remain vigilant, continue to follow the rules, and get fully vaccinated.
What motivates Maori and Pacific medical students to become doctors? That was the focus of Dr Mataroria Lyndon’s Ph. D. thesis completed under the supervision of Professor Andrew Hill and something that Andrew remembers in his mentoring of young doctors.
You’ve seen the news. You’ve heard the call out for New Zealanders to get vaccinated. The message from Middlemores clinical team is clear - please get vaccinated to avoid hospital admission and help prevent life threatening complications from COVID-19 related illnesses.
Disability system transformation supporting CM Health's commitment to improving outcomes for all disabled people
Chief of Allied Health, Scientific, and Technical Professions, and lead for Counties Manukau Health’s disability strategy, Sanjoy Nand, on Loud Shirt Day 2021.
After 47 years of service to CM Health, Linda Tucker, Lab Technician in our Biochemistry Department, is heading off to a well-earned retirement.
Aucklanders are grateful for the easing of COVID-19 restrictions after three long months of lockdown. The Government is signally an end to lockdowns and the response to the vaccination call-out is a major contributor as we inch closer to an end to Auckland’s lockdown.