Counties-Manukau’s Dr Lina Groenewald is the recipient of the prestigious Health Delivery Research Career Development Award and has chosen to focus her research on a topic close to her heart - 'Describing care pathways for patients with delirium discharged from hospital'.
Clinical research plays a huge role in improving patient care and health outcomes. Middlemore Clinical Trials (MMCT) is giving health professionals at Counties Manukau Health more opportunities than ever to be involved in extraordinary innovation right on their doorstep.
Pregnant women could help prevent future outbreaks of the Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) that’s hospitalised scores of infants and young children by participating in one of Middlemore Clinical Trials, which is looking to develop one of the world’s first vaccines for RSV.
Latest News 9 December 2020 | A Counties Manukau Health team led by paediatric infectious diseases specialist, Dr Rachel Webb, will develop and test an all-new approach for the early detection of rheumatic heart disease as part of a suite of new research to be carried out by some of…
Latest News 30 April 2020| A Counties Manukau Health doctor is leading a trial to find possible treatments for COVID-19. Middlemore clinical microbiologist and infectious diseases physician Dr Susan Morpeth is at the helm of the New Zealand arm of an Australasian study (ASCOT: the Australasian COVID-19 Trial).
Latest news 9 December 2019 |Fisher and Paykel Healthcare has announced a $1. 5 million partnership agreement with Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) to provide funding for clinical research at Middlemore Hospital.
Media release 5 March 2019 | A 12 month pilot programme testing for bladder cancer is achieving positive results for the Counties Manukau region. The Cx Bladder test is a non-invasive molecular based urine test for possible bladder cancer in patients’ presenting with blood in the urine (haematuria).