The Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau Annual Staff Values Awards winners for 2022 have been announced. The winners were presented with their awards by Interim District Director Vanessa Thornton at a ceremony held at Ko Awatea.
There’s been high excitement at Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau’s Te Kaahui Ora Maaori Health unit this month, with the team picking up the Supreme Prize in the annual Allied Health Awards.
Mateata Teatao talks about the importance of her Kiribati culture and passion for helping Pacific people
In celebration of Kiribati Language Week, Fanau Ola Social Worker Mateata Teatao talks about the importance of her culture and her passion for helping Pacific people through their most vulnerable times. "I always knew I wanted to help people.
Dreaming of a new life rich with opportunities, Luisa Lilo’s parents immigrated from Samoa to New Zealand in the 1950s. Like many other Samoan families, it was not always easy when they first came to Aotearoa.
Traditional fare on the menu at Middlemore Hospital Christmas is about a lot of things. For most people one of those things is food.
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).
After 47 years of service to CM Health, Linda Tucker, Lab Technician in our Biochemistry Department, is heading off to a well-earned retirement.
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.
The New Zealand Nurses Organisation’s (NZNO’s) has announced CM Health registered nurse Daniel Mataafa as Young Nurse of the Year.
Sitela Payne-Vimahi, a senior social worker with the Fanau Ola team, talks about her passion for making a difference in the lives of Pasifika people, how her faith guides her work.