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.
DHBs and Nurses Union settle pay talks
District Health Boards and the New Zealand Nurses Organisation have reached an agreement that will see improvements to pay and working conditions for nurses working for the DHBs in hospitals and the community.
Big steps achieve smaller footprints!
A huge congratulations to Dr Rob Burrell and the Anaesthetic Team for their valuable work reducing CM Health's carbon footprint by 650 tonnes of CO2 equivalents each year. “Healthcare, though life-changing and life-saving, can be a dirty business.
John Hanna – why I work at CM Health
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.
Jannette Hennings – Why I work at CM Health
Meet Jannette Hennings – a proud Fijian staff member who is passionate about making a difference in our Pacific communities.
Living our values – Helping to change lives in Fiji
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.
Kindness and respect wins the day: Daniel Mataafa announced as Young Nurse of the Year
The New Zealand Nurses Organisation’s (NZNO’s) has announced CM Health registered nurse Daniel Mataafa as Young Nurse of the Year.
Celebrating Long Service at CM Health
‘Diversity, whaanau, acceptance, challenges and doing a job well’ – these are just some of the reasons why our staff love their jobs and stay at Counties Manukau Health for years.
No injuries as result of fire at Tamaki Oranga
Media Statement - Attributed to a CM health spokesperson No 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.