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Christmas in the Park takes place on 14 December in Auckland Domain and impacts roads surrounding Auckland City Hospital and Starship Hospital.
Eight winners were recognised at the Auckland DHB Health Excellence Awards, held on Wednesday 27 November.
Today we released our Serious Adverse Events Report which outlines Auckland DHB’s serious adverse events for the 2018-19 year.
Work has begun on an improved urgent after-hours health care service for Waiheke Island.
Combined media release from all 20 New Zealand District Health BoardsDistrict Health Boards are asking the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) to help break the impasse in...
UPDATED - 21 October 2019
Industrial action by APEX Medical Imaging Technologists (Radiographers/MRTs) called off
Auckland DHB has won the Excellence in Climate Action - Large Organisation category at the Enviro-Mark Solutions Awards 2019.
We have undertaken significant contingency planning to ensure safety remains our priority.
Starship welcomes the Auckland Regional Public Health Service announcement that the first measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination has been brough...
Last Friday Auckland DHB turned pink to support Pink Shirt Day to Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora – Speak Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullyin...
Auckland DHB has warmly welcomed today’s Government announcement of $30 million to build an integrated stroke and rehabilitation unit at Auckland City...
Last week, Auckland DHB held its annual Nursing and Midwifery Awards evening in recognition of the organisations exceptional nurses and midwives.
The Ministry of Health and 1737 have created resources to help anyone experiencing mental distress as a result of the incident in Christchurch.
Road closures will be in place during the festival but patients, visitors and emergency vehicles will be able to access the hospital at all times.
Auckland DHB has achieved Rainbow Tick for inclusivity and diversity, making it the first District Health Board in New Zealand to reach this milestone...
Today we released our Serious Adverse Events Report which outlines Auckland DHB’s Serious Adverse Events for the 2017-18 year.
The Northern Region’s four DHBs have secured a long-term agreement that provides ongoing certainty about the provision of community-referred pathology...
District Health Board leaders welcome new Government funding for Northland and Auckland.
Pronunciation of te reo Māori, cultural protocol and waiata are the main focus of a new mobile app, Āke Āke, launched this week by Auckland DHB.