Media Release | Wednesday 1 April 2020 | Patients in the community can be assured visiting Counties Manukau District Health Board community nurses/midwives and other staff doing home visits are taking all the necessary safeguards before entering their home to administer treatment.
Media Release Monday 30 March 2020 | Five additional COVID-19 testing centres are now up-and-running across metro Auckland, ensuring even better community-based access to swabbing for those who meet the clinical criteria.
Latest News | Friday 27 March 2020 | Our health and medical facilities are essential services and this includes our hospitals and emergency departments (ED). The Middlemore ED remains open 24/7 for those who need emergency care.
Latest News 24 March 2020 | Thank you for your support and understanding as we work together to make sure our hospitals, clinics, general practices, pharmacies and other community services can provide safe care over the coming weeks.
The Prime Minister has just announced a significant escalation in New Zealand’s response to COVID-19. By Wednesday New Zealand will be at alert level 4, which means that only essential healthcare services – in hospitals, general practice, pharmacy, and elsewhere in the community - will remain open.
Media release 20 March 2020 | Counties Manukau Health is limiting the number of visitors to Middlemore Hospital and outpatient facilities including the Manukau SuperClinic as efforts ramp up to respond to the threat of COVID-19.
Latest news Monday 24 February 2020|Four years ago, Nicholas Waaka was working as a young orderly at Middlemore Hospital, wheeling patients in his care along hospital corridors to their next destination.
Latest News 24 January 2020 |Green Prescription Active Families, a community-based programme delivered by Otara Health on behalf of Counties Manukau Health (CM Health), is having a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of families living in South Auckland.