On Friday 20 May, Auckland DHB will be joining thousands of organisations and individuals throughout New Zealand celebrating Pink Shirt Day.
The A+ Trust Nursing and Midwifery Awards acknowledge the remarkable difference nurses and midwives make to our patients and communities every day.
This week Auckland District Health Board is celebrating National Immunisation Week. The theme for 2016 is 'protecting baby starts in pregnancy'.
Thanks to the many people who participated in the recent Waiheke Health Services Review survey. The results are now delayed until early June.
What seems like "just a sore throat" can develop into a serious health issue. We're working in the community to change the way we think about sore throats.
The newly refurbished 10-bed ward is primarily for patients on the ‘Enhanced Recovery After Surgery’ (ERAS) Pathway for elective patients.
Auckland Sexual Health Service is advising regular testing as syphilis continues to rise in the Auckland region, particularly amongst mn having sex with men.
A new elective unit at Auckland City Hospital is reducing overnight stays for patients, ward 62 mainly specialises in elective joint replacements.
New Zealanders are being encouraged to get their loved ones talking about their future and end of life care.
The planned strike action at Auckland DHB has been cancelled and normal services will continue to operate.
The next Auckland DHB election will be held in conjunction with the local authority elections, with election day being Saturday, 8 October 2016.
Auckland DHB recently received the Carbon Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme (CEMARS) Certificate.
Thirty eight applications to the Auckland District Health Board Health Excellence Awards have been noted as one of the highlights of 2015.
AUT University and Auckland District Health Board (DHB) have joined forces to establish the Design for Health and Wellbeing (DHW) Lab at Auckland City Hospital.
Auckland DHB will look at implementing a number of quick wins, providing travel information and promoting better travel planning to staff in the short term.
Advance Care Planning is a national initiative that encourages people to think, talk and plan for their future and end-of-life care.
The Health Quality & Safety Commission is urging people working in the health and disability and aged care sectors to take full advantage of a rare opportunity.
Figures released by Organ Donation New Zealand (ODNZ) show the number of deceased organ donors in 2014 was 46, up from an average 36 donors per year (2004–2013)
As Auckland DHB announced in August 2014, the Anatomic Pathology Service (APS) histology and cytology department at Ellerslie is moving,
Nursing staff at Auckland DHB are celebrating this month after completing the 10th year of a successful Operating Room (OR) education programme.