Media Statement The Ministry of Health is confirming that three people who presented to Middlemore Hospital in recent days have tested positive for COVID-19. The following information has been provided by Counties Manukau DHB.
Due to a sudden increase in admissions of children to hospital and the risk of spreading viruses across our community, our Kidz First visitor policy has changed. The policy change will see only parents and primary caregivers able to visit those children admitted to hospital.
On Wednesday, 9 and Thursday, 10 June phone line work may impact calls from external numbers to CM Health desk phones. The schedule is:
Wednesday, 9 June
High-volume numbers (listed below) from 2100 for 10 - 30 minutes.
With our move back to Alert Level 1, visitor screening is no longer taking place at Counties Manukau Health facilities.
As of 6:30am today the fire at the Papakura Scrap Metal Yard is under control and fully contained. There is no risk to staff, patients or visitors at our facilities.
Latest News 14 January 2021 | Counties Manukau Health is continuing to make it easy to make healthy food and drink choices at Middlemore Hospital. The hospital follows the Ministry of Health’s National Healthy Food and Drink policy which uses a colour-coded food and drink classification system.
At 11:59pm on Wednesday, 7 October Auckland moved from Alert Level 2 to Level 1. In the interests of keeping our patients, visitors, staff and hospital safe Counties Manukau DHB will continue to limit visitors to Middlemore and maintain the existing public health measures.
Voting in the 2020 General Election opened 3 October and ends on Saturday, 17 October at 7pm.
Media Release 29 May 2020|Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) will continue to have visitor restrictions in place during alert Level 2 with DHB sites only accessible on exceptional and compassionate circumstances.