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.
Voting in the 2020 General Election opened 3 October and ends on Saturday, 17 October at 7pm.
Latest News 29 July 2020 | World Hepatitis Day is celebrated every year, on 28 July, to raise awareness about viral hepatitis. For over 20 years, then Nurse Specialist and now Nurse Practitioner Jacqui Stone has treated people exposed to the hepatitis C (hep C) virus.
Latest News 22 July 2020 | Tofilau Bernadette Pereira is still buzzing about a very special piece of mail that arrived for her earlier this year.
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.
Latest News 23 January 2020 | A new data analysis platform at Counties Manukau Health will enable clinicians to better understand healthcare information collected by the hospital. CM Health now has a licence to use the programme Qlik Sense.
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 Release 26 April 2019 | Counties Manukau Health is re-sending appointment letters to East Auckland, Papatoetoe and Otara patients affected by the junior doctors strike next week, following the theft of a large amount of mail from a mail distribution centre in East Tamaki.
Media Release All DHBs 15 April 2019 | DHBs welcome the Employment Relations Authority's decision to grant facilitation. DHBs Spokesman Dr Peter Bramley says DHBs are available to meet as soon as possible.
Media release 25 March 2019 | What happens when a person refuses life-saving treatment? How should clinicians talk to patients about limiting care when active treatment is not clearly indicated?These are some of the thorny questions regularly faced by Counties Manukau Health’s Clinical Ethics Advisory Committee (CEAC).