When something takes your breath away – but not in a good way – the Better Breathing program may be able to help you get it back!This pulmonary rehabilitation programme is designed to help patients with chronic respiratory conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), bronchiectasis, and cystic fibrosis.
What makes mental health nursing a rewarding career?That’s the question a new national recruitment campaign, launched at Middlemore Hospital this week, shines the spotlight on.
Growing up in the Philippines provided Clyde Ypil with resilience, coping skills and empathy – qualities that he puts to good use in our Emergency Department. "Life in the Philippines is tough but it taught me a lot about compassion.
Being Maaori, establishing connections (whakawhanuangatanga) is important to Karen Molyneux, one of our Allied Health Triage Clinicians based at Community Central in Lambie Drive and recently elected President Tangata Whenua for Occupational Therapy New Zealand, Whakaora Ngangahau (OTNZ WNA).
Patrick describes coming back to CM Health as ‘returning home’ and we wanted to find out - what else apart from his work drives Patrick – the answer – a 1965 Oldsmobile Cutlass named “Tammy”.
Fale Suemai has been with Counties Manukau Health for 26 and half years as an Orderly Driver at Auckland Spinal Rehabilitation Unit and is retiring on 26 November 2021.
CM Health Staff Profile: Team manager on a mission to help raise awareness for Pacific people’s mental health
In celebration of Niue Language Week, our staff member Iris Feilo-Naepi talks about the importance of her culture and her mission to help raise awareness for Pacific people’s mental health. Born in Auckland, Iris was raised by her maternal grandparents since she was a baby.
What inspired John Hanna, our new Pharmacy Technician at Haumanu Pharmacy to move to Auckland and work here at CM Health?“Christchurch is too cold” he laughs. “I started my job here in May 2021.
Meet Jannette Hennings – a proud Fijian staff member who is passionate about making a difference in our Pacific communities.
Fijian Language Week is the perfect opportunity to celebrate members of our staff who selflessly give their time as volunteers to help make a difference to the people of Fiji.