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.
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. "My role is to poupou (advocate), tokoni (enable), and fakaivi'i (empower) our Pasifika patients, especially our Tongan community.
CM Health is proud to be a teaching hospital – meaning we help train the next generation of Health professionals.
CM Health Staff Profile: Cancer nurse coordinator passionate about impacting the lives of Pacific and Maaori
In celebration of ‘Epetoma o te reo Māori Kūki ‘Āirani – Cook Islands Language Week, Cook Islands cancer nurse coordinator Martha Kainuku talks about the importance of her culture and her drive to impact the Counties Manukau community positively.
Roger Grech, Senior Podiatrist at CM Health, was recently awarded the Life Member to Podiatry NZ Award and was also a finalist for the Leadership Award at the National Podiatry Conference 2021.
This coming Wednesday, 9 June New Zealand Nursing Organisation (NZNO) members are scheduled to take part in a national strike. This involves a full withdrawal of labour from 11am to 7pm which will have a significant impact on the services CM Health is able to provide.
Latest News 18 February | A friendly face with a bit of banter travels throughout Middlemore Hospital as mailroom clerk Jack Tutuvanu delivers the daily mail to staff on his hospital rounds. He never misses a moment to put a smile on someone’s face.
One of Counties Manukau Health’s leaders has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to improving the health and wellbeing of Pacific people. Clinical Nurse Director, Division of Medicine, Safaato’a (To’a) Fereti won the Pasifika Futures Health and Wellbeing Award at the 2020 SunPix Pacific People Awards recently.
From an early age, growing up in a large happy family in peaceful Nepal, Counties Manukau Health psychiatrist Dr Shishir Regmi knew he wanted to practice medicine. “There wasn’t a practising doctor in my family but I was inspired by our local doctor who cared for our community.
As we celebrate Niue Language Week from 18 to 24 October, two of our staff share how being a proud Niuean influences their work at Counties Manukau Health (CM Health)“I was born in Niue and came to New Zealand for the first time in 1984.