Kia ora tatou As we head towards the end of the year, there are a number of things on my radar I would like to share with the Counties Manukau community.
On Thursday, 30 November our Patient Experience and Engagement team, with the support and generosity of the Middlemore Foundation, get together to throw a Christmas party for our volunteers.
A publication discussing the risk of penicillin injections in people with Rheumatic Heart Disease is being released this week. A group of clinical experts, led by Auckland and Counties Manukau Paediatric Infectious Diseases specialist Dr Rachel Webb, wrote this report.
"I’d like to start by telling you this job is a family affair for me.
This year's Kidz First Long Service celebration recognized 15 people. Together, they've collectively contributed an impressive 200 years of dedicated mahi to our young tamariki and their whaanau.
“I don’t know how many people we see every day - but it’s a lot - hundreds of people, easily.
Counties Manukau celebrates its Neonatal Service on World Prematurity Day 2023 Counties Manukau celebrates its Neonatal Service
Listening to consumer and whaanau voices is a valued function of the Patient Experience team and we talk to Suzanne and Renee from the team about their work.
We are well into the start of a new warmer season, and we almost have a new government.
Families of premature babies have a special reason to celebrate this week, as events are held around the world to mark World Prematurity Day, 2023. At Middlemore Hospital, November 17th is of special significance to one whanau whose twins recently arrived 11 weeks early.