Media Statement - Attributed to a CM health spokespersonNo patients or staff have been injured after a fire broke out at Counties Manukau Health’s Tamaki Oranga mental health recovery unit in Bairds Road, Otara.
Let’s get straight to the point – lockdown isn’t a natural way to live. Some of us kiwis are enjoying time with whaanau at home while not working, others are essential workers, and some of us are trying to balance work and home life.
“One in five New Zealanders have anxiety or depression, but not everyone will talk about or role model what recovery looks like. Peer Supports do.
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.
Our Taunaki Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services has officially opened Maota, the new whaanau lounge, and Mamanu, a shared vegetable garden.
Since joining Counties Manukau Health (CM Heath) Mental Health Service in 2016, Maria Victoria Astillero has been helping her Filipino community to understand how the health system works and raising awareness about the importance of seeking support for mental health when needed.
Latest News 12 February | Lunar New Year, the most important celebration in many Asian countries, is a very important event for Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) Psychologist Dr Jennifer Hauraki and her family.
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.
Media Release 17 November 2020 - Health Quality and Safety Commission | Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield is among those thanking health care workers for their compassion and commitment during the recent crises in the health and disability sector, including the COVID-19 lockdown and ongoing response.
From an early age, growing up in a large happy family in peaceful Nepal, Counties Manukau Health psychiatrist Dr Shishir Regmi knew he wanted to practice medicine. “There wasn’t a practising doctor in my family but I was inspired by our local doctor who cared for our community.