Latest News 24 December 2019|Status updates for patients injured in the Whakaari/White Island volcanic eruption can be found on the Ministry of Health website https://www. health. govt.
Postponement of surgeries inevitable as Middlemore responds to ongoing care of White Island patients
Media Release 20 December 2019\Ongoing pressure on Middlemore Hospital’s surgery and critical care departments, as a result of the essential role it is playing in the coordination and care of burns patients affected by the Whakaari/White Island volcanic eruption, means elective surgeries are being postponed.
Media Release 19 December 2019|In the wake of the Whakaari/White Island tragedy, Middlemore Hospital, host of the National Burns Service has been overrun with generous offers of help. Members of the public, deeply moved by the tragedy, have offered food, accommodation and transport.
Media Release 13 December 2019|Counties Manukau Health is urging the community to be patient as Middlemore Hospital continues to respond to the Whaakari/White Island volcanic eruption tragedy.
This afternoon CM Health hosted a media conference to provide an update on the current situation regarding patients injured in the White Island volcanic eruption.
The National Burns Unit at Middlemore Hospital is providing national leadership to the National Burns Service, and coordinating the provision of care and supplies to the other hospitals Waikato, Hutt Valley, and Christchurch.
Latest News 18 June 2019 | Techniques for nursing burns patients have changed dramatically in the years since Jan Steele first started working at Middlemore Hospital.
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.