Combined Media Release from the metro Auckland region District Health Boards 17 January 2020Contingency plans are in place at metropolitan Auckland DHBs to minimise the impact of the three-month sonographers’ strike on our patients and ensure we continue to deliver the highest-possible standard of service.
Latest News 17 January 2020|Counties Manukau Health has full contingency plans in place for industrial action by Sonographers who are members of the APEX union. Sonographers will strike for 12 weeks from Saturday, 18 January, 2020. The majority of our health services will not be affected by strike action.
Latest news 9 December 2019|Fisher and Paykel Healthcare has announced a $1. 5 million partnership agreement with Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) to provide funding for clinical research at Middlemore Hospital.
Media Release 12 November 2019|CM Health employs professional clinicians providing the highest level of care in its Neonatal Unit, and is proud of the care provided to mothers and babies both in the community and those transferred to the unit.
Media Release - 4 November 2019 |Counties Manukau is one of the most socioeconomically deprived regions within the country, with persistent gaps in life expectancy between Maaori and Pacific people and others living in the area.
Media release 24 October 2019 | Counties Manukau Health has full contingency plans in place for a series of industrial action by members of the APEX union. The majority of our health services will be unaffected by the strike action.
Media Release 30 August 2019 | School nurses are being trained to roll out a vaccination programme in schools as part of an opportunistic vaccinations programme in an effort to stem the number of measles cases in the Counties Manukau Health district.
Media Release 27 August 2019 | Counties Manukau is experiencing an outbreak of measles and everyone is being encouraged to ensure they have been vaccinated against this highly infectious illness. Immunisation is free for people aged 1-50 years, and it’s simple - just go to your local doctor.