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Te Whatu Ora chair describes workplace pressures on staff after visit to Middlemore ED

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Te Whatu Ora chairman Rob Campbell says a recent visit to Middlemore Hospitals emergency department gave him a first-hand insight into what its like for frontline healthcare workers.
He described the visit in a Q and A session after a board meeting on Friday.


Campbell said the staff he spoke to in the emergency department outlined their concerns about staffing levels, workplace pressures and their pay during a Saturday night visit to the ED.

He said while the ED wasnt operating at peak surge levels, it was very busy and people were still waiting a couple of hours for treatment.

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The staffing levels were substantially down on what they should have been due to staff absences, he said.

And he said the waiting room facilities were inadequate for the sheer number of patients coming through the doors.

Campbell said staff stopped to speak to him and highlighted their concerns about the workplace pressures they were operating under.

But in the main they were focused on getting on with the job in front of them and I was very focused on staying out of their way, he said.

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Te Whatu Ora chairman Rob Campbell says staff at Middlemore Hospitals emergency department highlighted their concerns about the workplace pressures they were operating under during a recent visit.

Campbell said addressing the ongoing staffing shortages and lack of space for patients in the hospital would take time and couldnt be addressed with short-term solutions.

But the more staff we can get in the better, and we are doing everything we can about that.

A damning report into the Middlemore Hospital ED last month described it as unsafe for patients and staff.

The report was part of an independent inquiry into the death of a patient in June - after a woman left Middlemore's emergency department (ED) after being told it would take hours for her to be seen.

It was written by Dr André Cromhout, an emergency physician from Te Whatu Ora (Capital, Coast and Hutt Valley), who said the Middlemore ED was overcrowded and operating well over acceptable capacity.

"This is an unsafe environment for both patients and staff and is not sustainable."

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Health Minister Andrew Little says the health workforce, and making sure there are enough workers, is his top priority. (Video first published October 28, 2022)

A spokesperson for the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) said it was pleased to hear Campbell had visited Middlemores ED to see the pressure frontline health workers were operating under.

Our members have been voicing these concerns for some time. We appreciate his obvious concern and hope that will help Te Whatu Ora and the Government to work with us towards long-term solutions.

We agree there is little available in terms of short-term solutions beyond internationally qualified nurses and encouraging past nurses back into the workforce.

The spokesperson said even though such solutions werent sustainable in the long-term, it was now more important than ever that internationally qualified nurses were given a fast track to residency.

There also needs to be more active recruitment of nursing students in Aotearoa New Zealand, with a particular focus on Mori and Pasifika so we can grow a workforce that is able to provide culturally appropriate health care, he said.

There are long-term solutions and we believe the Government should be pulling out all the stops to put these in place.

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