Latest News 16 February 2021 | A significant reduction in paper use is just one of the benefits of a new electronic patient notes system at Counties Manukau Health.
Traditional fare on the menu at Middlemore HospitalChristmas is about a lot of things. For most people one of those things is food.
CM Health is urging everyone to take a few extra measures to keep safe this summer and help out our busy hospital. Dr Pete Watson, Counties Manukau Health’s Chief Medical Officer, says many of the accidents and injuries usually treated at this time of year are avoidable.
Media Release 15 December 2020 | People needing emergency medical care in the eastern part of Counties Manukau will continue to get the care they need, when they need it.
Community urged to seek the right care for their condition, help keep ED free for life threatening emergencies
Dr Vanessa Thornton, Clinical Director of Middlemore Hospital’s Emergency Department, is asking for the Counties Manukau community’s assistance as the hospital’s Emergency Department nears capacity levels.
Latest News 07 September | Ever wondered how a health service understands what its community needs?One of the ways is through the work of health or clinical coders, who work to put together an overall picture of hospital activity.
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 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).
Latest news 1 July 2020|We have no COVID-19 community cases in AucklandThe last community case of COVID-19 in Auckland was reported on 22 May 2020. The only COVID-19 cases currently in Auckland are people who have recently returned from overseas into managed isolation and quarantine facilities.