There is currently COVID-19 in our community which means some changes to our hospitals and clinics. Find out more. As always, we're here if you need us.
You don’t need to provide your My Vaccine Pass to access health care – we’re here if anyone needs us.
Auckland DHB's Clinical Perfusionists, who are highly trained professionals that operate the heart-lung machines during cardiac surgery, have completed their industrial action.
We thank our patients and…
Our APEX Union medical physicists have notified us that they intend to take industrial action from 12.01am to 11.59pm on Tuesday 7 December 2021. No work…
Pop along to more than 20 festive events happening across the city.
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.
Today, our APEX Union Clinical Perfusionists, the highly-trained professionals who operate the heart-lung machines during cardiac surgery, are taking industrial action.
Our Clinical Perfusionists are striking from…
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…
We're getting ready for Super Saturday!
After the parent of a baby in NICU tested positive for COVID-19, we immediately activated our plans to keep babies in our care safe.
How to access the service.
As of 7am on Friday 24 September, inpatients can have one visitor per day out of two nominated visitors.
Adult inpatients are being offered a COVID-19 test as part of the surveillance testing being carried out across Auckland.
Sixteen nurses from across our teams are now working with Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) on the COVID-19 outbreak response.
The event provides the second COVID-19 vaccination dose to people who attended the first event from July 30 to 1 August.
We’re encouraging people who haven’t had their first dose yet to book into the Airport Park and Ride
The call centre can make sure our people feel supported during lockdown.
In the early hours of this morning, Aotearoa reached an important milestone