Anna Harrison, a former top high-performance Kiwi athlete awarded the New Zealand Order of Merit, has taken up a key role at Middlemore's Kidz First Hospital. Anna is a New Zealand Silver Ferns netball and national indoor and beach volleyball player.
It was the natural beauty of New Zealand and a love for the outdoors that brought Jerson Valencia to New Zealand from the Philippines – and to his career in nursing at Middlemore Hospital.
Dr Mayanna Lund has become the first female New Zealander to be elected as President of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ).
Last week, the Middlemore Critical Care Complex (CCC) held their annual Remembrance Service.
Like many public and private organisations across New Zealand, Te Whatu Ora has been impacted by Holidays Act 2003 compliance issues. We’re committed to addressing these issues, to ensure current and former Te Whatu Ora staff receive their correct leave entitlements.
‘Anei au, too pou whirinaki - I'm here, I'll support you’ National Volunteer Week is from 18-24 June, and the ideal time to reflect on the amazing, selfless work our volunteers do! Our volunteers are a melting pot of people from different backgrounds and cultures,…
Congratulations to Dr Teuila Percival, Consultant Paediatrician here with Kidz First, who became a Dame Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to Health and the Pacific community, in the Kings Birthday honours list.
Sreyon Murthi, Pharmacist and Clinical Change Analyst, treasures the opportunity to give back, a notion that aligns with our values at Te Whatu Ora for Counties Manukau.
“Talofa lava, o lo’u igoa o Jessee Tanu Fia’Ali’i. I was born and raised in Māngere with my four siblings. My parents are from the villages of Fogāsavai'i in Savai'i and Afega in Upolu.