Construction work at Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand’s $316m Manukau Health Park redevelopment started this week. The new facilities will include a new ambulatory renal centre, four new operating theatres, an advanced radiology hub, a women’s and ophthalmology building and an integrated breast-care service.
Measles is more than just a rash – it’s a dangerous virus that can spread quickly and leave you or your whaanau quite unwell.
Kia Ora Tatou Counties Manukau was lucky enough to weather Cyclone Gabrielle pretty well. There was no major damage to our facilities, and we maintained strong staff levels despite the disruptions - a great credit to all staff.
Cyclone Gabrielle is forecast to arrive in Auckland on Sunday night and may impact the region until Wednesday. Please keep an eye on updates - Auckland Emergency Management and MetService are the best sources of official information.
Teenaa koutou katoa and welcome to 2023 The start of the year has been especially demanding for several of our divisions with a noticeable increase in burns and broken bones – especially among our tamariki.
Congratulations to Evvie and Chris Lowe, new parents to their baby boy Percy, who was the first baby born In New Zealand on New Year's Day 2023. Percy was born at Pukekohe Birthing Unit at midnight weighing 4095g.
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Congratulations to the family of the first baby to be born at Middlemore Hospital on New Year’s Day 2023, a baby boy, born at 0026hrs weighing 4545g. The team at Birthing and Assessment wish this family great health and happiness in their future years together.