Auckland Lantern Festival (1-4 March) in the Domain will impact roads surrounding Auckland City Hospital and Starship Hospital.
Starship Child Health and Safekids Aotearoa welcome a new initiative from Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Hon Kris Faafoi to make button battery products safer for...
Regional community health worker for Auckland DHB Hashem Slaimankhel, is described by close colleagues as ‘the most compassionate and generous person you could meet’. He gave...
Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) is advising anyone travelling to the Pacific to take steps to avoid mosquito bites.
Pregnant women should take the current whooping cough (pertussis) outbreak seriously and ensure they are up to date with vaccinations.
Barbecues, family feasts and outdoor eating go with the territory during the Christmas holidays – unfortunately so do the rates of gastroenteritis reported to public health. “Summer...
The Ministry of Health now provides compensation to live organ donors for loss of earnings after donating a kidney or part of a liver.
Christmas in the Park takes place on 9 December 2017 in the Auckland Domain and does have an impact on the roads surrounding Auckland City Hospital and Starship
Today we released our Serious Adverse Events Report which outlines Auckland DHB’s Serious Adverse Events for the 2016-17 year.
From 5 December 2017, the Ministry of Health will provide live organ donors with compensation to cover earnings lost due to donating a kidney or part of a liver
Five University and DHB led projects have been awarded more than $340,000 to foster research promising enhancements in prevention, diagnosis and therapies.
Child psychologist Dr Melanie Woodfield and respiratory registrar Dr William Good are among the latest Health Research Council fellowship grant recipients
An advance voting booth, for use by employees, patients and the public, will be at Auckland City Hospital from Thursday 14 September through Election Day.
There's been a rapid rise in patients suffering serious adverse effects from drugs, thought to be synthetic cannabis, in the central Auckland area.
Auckland City Hospital is experiencing its busiest period in history and is asking for the public’s help to keep the ED for serious emergencies.
A new study by Auckland DHB’s Fertility Plus and the University of Auckland shows the benefit of intrauterine insemination for unexplained infertility.
All pharmacies across Auckland, now offer a free, safe collection and disposal service for unwanted and out-of-date medicines through the DUMP project.
The A+ Trust is encouraging people to write their will or if they already have one, to update it.
A team including Auckland City Hospital cardiologist Professor Ralph Stewart has shown persistent, moderate-to-severe mental distress is linked to a significantly heightened risk of death among...
Auckland DHB welcomes the New Zealand Health Research Strategy, which sets a vision of creating a world-leading health research and innovation system by 2027.