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If you are sick you need to know the right place to go

 

The Emergency Department is for Emergencies only.

 

Your GP is usually your first port of call for healthcare – for more information and to find a GP near you click here.

 

Find out about your healthcare options here.

Nursing and Midwifery awards 2016

These annual awards celebrate the amazing job our nurses and midwifes do every day.

Nurses and midwives together make up the largest part of the professional health workforce at Auckland DHB and whether in hospital or in the community have a great responsibility to improve the health of the populations and patients we serve.

Anyone can nominate any deserving nurse or midwife.

 

Local heroes


Show how much you appreciate one of the Auckland DHB Team by nominating them as a local hero. Read more.



FEATURED NEWS

Health Professional Advice: BCG vaccine unavailable in New Zealand until further notice
25 January 2016

New Zealand has been out of stock of BCG vaccine since December 2015. As a result we have had to suspend all Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) community BCG clinics and in-hospital BCG vaccinations within the greater Auckland region until further notice. A letter to Lead Maternity Carers, DHB Midwives, GPs and Practice Nurses can be read here.

 

Waiheke Island Health Services survey

22 January 2016

Auckland DHB thanks those who participated in its Waiheke Island survey. This sought views on health and disability services to help Auckland DHB plan for the future. We thank you for your willingness to take part in the survey and advise that it has now been closed. Results will be available at the end of April 2016 on our website. In the meantime if you have any questions about the survey or engagement process please contact us here: engagewaiheke@waitematadhb.govt.nz
 

Congratulations to our people recognised in New Year's honours

11 January 2016

Professor Ian Civil, Professor Lesley McCowan, Professor Max Abbot and Jan Moss have been recognised in the New Year’s Honours 2016 for their contributions to health services. Auckland DHB Chief Executive Ailsa Claire said: “The honours are well-deserved recognition of the great service and positive impact these people have had and continue to make to public health services.”
 

Health Excellence Awards Winners 2015 announced

7 December 2015

The Health Excellence Awards celebrate the work of Auckland DHB teams and its partner organisations that demonstrate excellence. The 2015 award winners showed strong patient-centred outcomes, co-design and multi-disciplinary team-based solutions that resulted in improved levels of care for the Auckland DHB population, across the wider community and within hospitals.

 

 



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Ministry of Health NZ Health Improvements and Innovation Resource Centre First, Do No Harm NZ Telehealth Forum

                                                                                                                            

                 

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