Tuala Tagaloa Tusani is a COVID-19 DELTA survivor who was rushed to Middlemore Hospital in early September.
Media Statement - Counties Manukau Health has been the centre of the Delta community outbreak in Auckland. Like all health providers, COVID-19 alert level restrictions required changes to our scheduling of services including elective surgery and outpatient clinics.
From the Teihana Utu to the Whare Pukapuka, te reo Maaori is becoming much more visible at Counties Manukau Health.
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.
Media statement 20 December 2018 | A multi-drug resistant organism has recently been found in two patients during their admission to Middlemore Hospital, resulting in the Ministry of Health, in consultation with Counties Manukau Health, declaring certain wards a ‘transmission risk area’ (TRA).
Media release 22 August 2018 | Recently we released information through an OIA request to the media regarding the remediation works required on CMDHB hospital buildings.
Media release 26 July 2018 | Counties Manukau Health is contacting approximately 200 Haematology Day Stay patients who may have come into contact with a patient who has tested positive for a multi-drug resistant organism.
Occupancy levels at Middlemore Hospital and Kidz First have remained busy but manageable throughout the day, despite the hospital continuing to provide essential and life preserving services. The number of people attending our Emergency Department has been steady.
Media release 12 July 2018
CMDHB contingency planning has seen occupancy levels reduced today at Middlemore Hospital and Kidz First.
Media release 12 July 2018 | District Health Boards are disappointed nurses have rejected the revised offer recommended by their union after facilitation. DHB spokesperson Helen Mason, says DHBs’ primary concern at this point is ensuring the safety of patients and staff.