As many of you will have heard, the travel bubble between Melbourne and New Zealand has been suspended as such there will be no flights arriving into New Zealand from Victoria.
Celebrating Samoan Language Week: Samoan doctor an inspiration for Pacific and Maaori youth to never give up
For Saleimoa Sami’s whaanau, training in medicine was completely foreign. Unfamiliar with the world of academia, the 30-year-old had to navigate studying and ongoing training while also fulfilling his family commitments.
Ministry of Health Media Release: COVID-19 info vital to vaccination programme Getting the right information is an important part of the process for Whaanau, hapuu and iwi to be ready for the COVID-19 vaccination, Associate Minister for Health (Maaori) Hon Peeni Henare said.
Gina Pikaahu – Registered Nurse – Maaori Health Registered Nurse Gina Pikaahu was one of the first of our frontline staff to get the COVID-19 vaccination. She shares her experience and why getting the covid vaccination is about protecting your whaanau.
Our Taunaki Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services has officially opened Maota, the new whaanau lounge, and Mamanu, a shared vegetable garden.
Reimagining what a spinal unit could look like. Grant Sharman was the first patient at the Auckland Spinal rehabilitation unit in Otara in 1977 following a life changing game of rugby at the age of 15. “A ruck formed, they dived in and I broke my neck.
Elina Tameifuna - Fanau Ola Acting Service ManagerFanau Ola Acting Service Manager Elina Tameifuna was one of the first of our frontline staff to get the COVID-19 vaccination. She shares her experience and some words of encouragement. What was it like getting the covid vaccination?It was quick.
International Nurses Day is today and provides us an opportunity to acknowledge and thank nurses for their contribution to the health and well-being of New Zealanders. It also marks the anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birth.
The following people within our Counties Manukau community will soon receive invitations to be vaccinated:
Older Maaori and Pacific people being cared for by whaanau, the people they live with, and their carers. Those that live in South Auckland and are aged 65 and over.