Media release: The Government has launched a new telehealth service today that will see women in their first 10 weeks of pregnancy able to access medication for an early medical abortion over the phone, Associate Minister of Health Dr Ayesha Verrall has announced.
We are happy to announce our new Haemodialysis Unit at Middlemore is now fully open and operational. The new western side of Scott Haemodialysis Unit at Middlemore Hospital was opened with a blessing on Friday, 14 October before the new space opened to patients the following Monday.
Celebrating Niuean Language Week, we turn the spotlight on our staff member Kollin Hilihetule. A proud Niuean, his father's village is Tuapa, and his mother's village is Liku. "I'm always proud of our little nation and how we represent ourselves.
After moving from Samoa to Auckland with her family in 2020, Tala was looking forward to re-igniting her career as an Electrical Engineer.
We remember all the babies born sleeping, those we carried but never met, those we held but could not take home, those who came home but could not stay. Baby Loss Awareness Week takes place every year between 9-15 October.
Inspiring our Pacific youth to explore the many opportunities healthcare offers, is something both FOU: The Future is Open to Us, and the Middlemore Foundation are passionate about.
The Maternal Birth Injury and Other Matters Bill passes Third Reading – the first amendment to ACC legislation of its kind
From 1 October 2022, new ACC cover to benefit approximately 28,000 birthing parents
Additional maternal birth injuries added alongside new review provision to ensure cover remains comprehensive…
Significantly shorter wait times for treating cardiovascular disease are expected at Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau with the new Heart Catherisation Lab, set to officially open on 5 October 2022. A Cath Lab is a vital ingredient in the treatment of cardiovascular disease.
Jadhen Nelson describes Middlemore Hospital as being ‘literally like his home’, having spent the last five months here after a horrific accident changed his life in minutes. While dismantling scaffolding in April 2022, 28-year-old Jahden was electrocuted by power lines, suffering severe burns and rushed to Auckland Hospital.