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.
Our Asian workforce has steadily grown over the last four years and now represents 34% of our total workforce. “We have a more diverse workforce than ever.
Latest News 07 September | Ever wondered how a health service understands what its community needs?One of the ways is through the work of health or clinical coders, who work to put together an overall picture of hospital activity.
Latest News 07 September | Supporting whaanau for nearly twenties years in various nursing roles at Counties Manukau Health (CM Health), nurse practitioner Fakaola ‘I Vaiola Siliva ‘Otuafi loves being at the heart of the Pacific community in South Auckland; working towards better health outcomes for her people.
Media Release 23 July 2020|A Maaori midwifery symposium bringing together Maaori leaders in maternity to share learnings that will inform future priorities will be held at Middlemore Hospital on 28 July.
Latest news 5 May 2020 | Today is the International Day of the Midwife. It's also the International Year of the Midwife. We're fortunate in Counties Manukau to have some amazing midwives who go above and beyond for whaanau.
Latest news Monday 24 February 2020|Four years ago, Nicholas Waaka was working as a young orderly at Middlemore Hospital, wheeling patients in his care along hospital corridors to their next destination.
All DHB Media Release 29 October 2019 | DHBs ask Employment Relations Authority for Facilitation to help end MIT strikesDistrict Health Boards are asking the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) to help break the impasse in bargaining with APEX Medical Imaging Technologists (MITs) which has seen multiple strikes disrupting patient services.
Latest News - 18 October 2019 | Chris Mallon has delivered hundreds of babies since she first began working as a midwife in 1999 and she says every single one was a privilege.