This year for Pride Month we focused on pronouns.
New Zealand’s 20 District Health Boards are in bargaining discussions with the Public Service Association (PSA) to renew the national collective agreement for our Allied, Public…
Time for your flu vax? Find out where to go.
If your child develops Covid-19 symptoms, you should stay home, if they are alert and feeding well, and monitor their symptoms.
Call Healthline on 0800 611 116 or…
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Two years ago, on 28 February 2020, we detected the first case of COVID-19 in Aotearoa at Auckland City Hospital. We didn’t know what…
General practices and urgent care clinics in Tāmaki Makaurau will begin rolling out free supervised rapid antigen testing (RATs) today.
People needing a test and presenting to a community testing centre in the Auckland region may be given a rapid antigen test (RAT)
The testing criteria has been updated in our region to ensure the right people in our communities have access to tests.
You only need to be tested…
Everyone aged 18 years and older who has received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine can now book their free booster dose using BookMyVaccine.nz
Vaccination centres, GPs and pharmacies across Tāmaki Makaurau have started immunising 5 to 11-year-old children.
Know where to go when you’re sick or injured.
Auckland’s eligible Pacific population has successfully hit 90 per cent first dose vaccinations across all three of the city’s DHBs.
Counties Manukau DHB, with the largest Pacific…
COVID-19 home isolation cases should seek the help they need immediately.
It’s a momentous day for Tāmaki Makaurau, with Auckland District Health Board this afternoon becoming the first DHB in the country to reach the 90 per…
Dr Mike Nicholls and Dr Lyn Sadler have received fellowships in the annual awards.
Our new dialysis unit in Tāmaki is open to dialysis patients.
James Shaw, Minister for Climate Change has announced the allocation of $2.031 million of the Government’s State Sector Decarbonisation Fund to switch to LED lighting in…
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Sixteen nurses from across our teams are now working with Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) on the COVID-19 outbreak response.
The call centre can make sure our people feel supported during lockdown.