Important: To keep everyone safe during Alert Level 2, visiting people in hospitals is restricted. Whaanau who visit should arrange visits in advance with the ward Charge Nurse. More details here.
Counties Manukau Health provides information for health professionals including policies and resources about professional development.
The Clinical Training and Education Centre (CTEC) is a multi-disciplinary training facility available for the continued development of all clinical skills for CM Health staff, community groups and other healthcare providers
CareConnect is a regional initiative by the four Northern Region DHBs (Auckland, Counties Manukau, Waitemata, Northland) to improve information sharing among community and hospital healthcare providers which facilitates integrated patient centred care .
From this page, you can connect with all the various areas of nursing that Counties Manukau Health is responsible for. Nursing Services continually strive to develop and provide high standards of nursing care by involving and working with patients, their whaanau and various health services.
Primary Care is an initiative that will strengthen our healthcare system through a more local and integrated patient experience. Due to our growing, ageing and changing demographics, hospital demand is growing at a rapid rate. As more hospital admissions occur due to preventable causes, we need to examine what could be improved in how we deliver our services.
Primary Health Organisations (PHOs) are funded by DHBs to provide primary health care services. These services are provided by general practitioners belonging to that PHO.
To get on a waiting list for hospital-based elective services, you will need to be referred by your General Practitioner (GP) or primary care provider.
Warfarin is an oral anticoagulant used to prevent and treat thromboembolism.