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Fun ways to stay active on the rehab wards

Media Release 24 December 2019 |Eighty nine year old Mrs Sproul is currently second equal on the scoreboard in Middlemore’s Ward 5 corridor golf championship. The spritely octogenarian is one of several Counties Manukau Health elderly patients being put through their paces in the name of rehabilitation.

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Response to Health and Disability Commissioner's decision

Media Release 29 June 2019 | Counties Manukau District Health Board (CMDHB) accepts the Health and Disability Commisioner’s (HDC) findings, released today, into the death of a patient at Middlemore Hospital in April, 2017.

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Reading App takes off at CM Health

Latest News 9 May 2019 | A reading App for Counties Manukau Health patients is being well received as it is rolled out around Middlemore Hospital and the Manukau SuperClinic. The Libby App, provided through Auckland City Libraries, allows patients to access more than 200,000 ebooks.

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Crochet ‘Octopals’ provide comfort for premature babies

Latest News, 22 January 2019 | Counties Manukau Health is trialling a new comforter for premature babies. Crochet ‘octopals’ are made using 100 per cent cotton and to a very specific size for safety reasons.

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