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.
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.
MEDIA RELEASE - Today's announcement that $110 million has been prioritised for the replacement of the Auckland Spinal Rehabilitation Unit at Ōtara and the General Rehabilitation Service at Middlemore Hospital has been welcomed by Counties Manukau Health.
Since joining Counties Manukau Health (CM Heath) Mental Health Service in 2016, Maria Victoria Astillero has been helping her Filipino community to understand how the health system works and raising awareness about the importance of seeking support for mental health when needed.
Counties Manukau Health Board statement The Counties Manukau Health Board (the Board) has reviewed today’s Government announcement on the proposed health system reforms.
Counties Manukau Health to offer free consultations at 16 clinics to relieve pressure on acute services
Media release | For the past 10 days Counties Manukau Health has been dealing with significant pressure on acute services.
The Auckland region is currently experiencing high volumes of Emergency Department presentations which are impacting on waiting times. Clinical Director of Middlemore Hospital’s Emergency Department, Vanessa Thornton, is urging the community to come to the ED only for emergencies, including injuries which threaten life or limb.
Starting Tuesday, 9 March, there will be some major work going on throughout CM Health to upgrade our phone system.
Media release | The National Hauora Coalition (NHC) and Counties Manukau Health have become aware of misinformation spreading across social media about COVID-19 testing in schools.
The Ministry of Health is requiring everyone in the Papatoetoe High School community – students, staff, students’ brothers and sisters and all household members – to stay at home. Students and staff who got tested BEFORE Monday, 22 February, are asked to get tested again.