Newshub. co. nz 10 May 2016 | Emergency departments around the country are under increasing strain, but up to 10 percent of ED visits may be unnecessary. Minor ailments including colds, ulcers and even paper cuts are distracting doctors and nurses from those who really need emergency care.
Latest news 10 May 2016 | We wish to advise that Counties Manukau DHB will be issuing a Registration of Interest (ROI) for Providers to register their interest to deliver tailored targeted Pregnancy and Parenting Education services to pregnant women and their whaanau in Counties Manukau.
Media Release 28 April 2016 | Auckland Regional Sexual Health Service is advising regular testing as infectious syphilis continues to rise in the Auckland region, particularly amongst men having sex with men.
Latest news 15 April 2016 | Saturday (16 April) is Conversations that Count Day – a national initiative led by a co-operative of hundreds of people across New Zealand’s health system that is encouraging us to have a ‘Conversation that Counts’.
Stuff. co. nz 14 April 2016 | Middlemore Hospital is so overrun with patients, it's established a hotline so GPs can call before referring people. Since the beginning of the year the hospital has been treating more than 2000 patients each week.
Stuff. co. nz 7 April 2016 | Research into wound infections after skin cancer surgery has received a shot in the arm from Counties Manukau Health. It has launched a $2 million fund to promote research at the district health board.
Latest news 31 March 2016 | ACC and WorkSafe New Zealand recently launched a series of television advertisements centred on health and safety in the work place.
Earlier this month, Taiohi Whai Oranga, a Manurewa Marae-based youth organisation, joined forces with Counties Manukau Health and The Tindall Foundation to launch a Maaori Health Science Academy – the first of its kind in South Auckland.
Stuff. co. nz - Middlemore Hospital is already bursting at the seams and it's not even winter. Last week the hospital was at 106 per cent capacity while today it was at 108 per cent.