Te Kuiti Hospital offers 24 hour emergency department (level 2), and has its own laboratory and radiology services, inpatient wards and maternity services.
Rural hospitals form an important part of Waikato DHB’s health service delivery. Te Kuiti Hospital works closely with all health service providers working in the area and actively supports initiatives to recruit and retain health professionals in rural areas.
More information on the North King Country Health Workforce Development initiative.
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The services provided at Te Kuiti Hospital include
The Te Kuiti Family Health Team’s main base is at the hospital campus and provides community services - district nursing, heart failure nurse, public health nursing, dietitian services, vision and hearing testing, occupational therapy, social work, and physiotherapy.
24 Ailsa Street
(07) 878 7333
Referrals for admission are by general practitioners (GPs) or other health specialists.
Self-presentations are acceptable at Emergency Department – referral not required.
Non-acute (non-urgent) referrals will initially be seen at a clinic and are invariably referred to Waikato Hospital consultants.