Latest News 31 July 2020 | We’re introducing a new model for delivering testing for COVID-19 in our Auckland communities. Our new community testing centres (CTCs) will replace the community based assessment centres (CBACs) we set up in March and April.
Media release 31 July 2020 - From this weekend there will be a new model for delivering community testing for COVID-19 in Auckland.
Media Release 31 July 2020| The Government is stepping up the fight against measles and protecting hundreds of thousands more young adults by investing up to $40 million for a year-long measles-catch-up campaign and $23 million to fully fund and develop the National Immunisation Solution, Associate Minister of Health Julie…
Latest News 29 July 2020 | World Hepatitis Day is celebrated every year, on 28 July, to raise awareness about viral hepatitis. For over 20 years, then Nurse Specialist and now Nurse Practitioner Jacqui Stone has treated people exposed to the hepatitis C (hep C) virus.
Media Release 24 July 2020|The Counties Manukau Health Immunisation team is encouraging the community to attend a free vaccination day at the Free Church of Tonga in Mangere on Saturday, 25 July, 2020.
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 22 July 2020 | Tofilau Bernadette Pereira is still buzzing about a very special piece of mail that arrived for her earlier this year.
Latest News 13 July 2020 | Recladding work being carried out on Middlemore Hospital’s Scott Building is on budget and is scheduled to be completed ahead of time.
Latest news - 8 July 2020|A passion for supporting Kaumaatua, Kuia and those caring for whaanau with Dementia keeps social worker Jonine ‘Bobby’ Nepia’s feet firmly on the ground in her new role in Adult Rehabilitation and Health of Older People (ARHOP).
Media Release 7 July 2020|Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) has made significant progress in catching up on the backlog of elective surgeries and clinics caused by the COVID-19 lockdown.