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Antenatal appointments at Waikato Hospital during COVID-19 Level 2

... while you are attending antenatal clinic appointments at Women's Health Clinic. As a result we have made some changes to how the service is run.

Appointments

Appointments have been changed in response to COVID-19. This is to minimise face-to-face contact and to maximise safety. Depending on your condition and the reason for your referral to clinic, your appointment may be carried out over the phone. We will keep you informed about what will happen.
If you require a scan/tests/monitoring...

Care in Women’s Assessment Unit (WAU) during COVID-19 Level 2

... other patients. To do this, we have made some changes to how things work in WAU.

WAU is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for urgent care for pregnant women. However it is not a drop-in service or walk-in clinic.

Your midwife (LMC) or doctor (GP) will contact WAU and arrange for you to attend and we will expect your arrival. If you need to be seen that day, but not urgently, the WAU team will discuss this with your LMC/GP and they will let you know about the best time to attend.
If you have...

Waikato Hospital antenatal and postnatal ward during COVID-19 Level 2

... To keep the ward as safe an environment as possible and in line with hospital restrictions, you will not be able to have a support person stay with you. This minimises the number of people using the facilities on the ward and therefore the number of contacts women on the ward have with other people. This is in line with all other New Zealand hospitals with similar facilities to Waikato Hospital.
In line with hospital and national restrictions, there are unfortunately no visitors allowed to the...

Waikato DHB services during COVID-19

... and/or telehealth options.

We acknowledge this will cause some inconvenience and appreciate your understanding as we prioritise patient safety at this time. As our investigations progress we will continue to review this approach.

DHB staff will be contacting affected individuals with urgent procedures to confirm their appointments are going ahead or to provide details for telehealth.

If you are not contacted prior to your appointment, please assume it has been deferred and you will be contac...

Information System Outage and Cyber Security Latest

... others.

We would also like to remind the community that support remains available to anyone who may have any questions or concerns about their personal information following the incident. Listed below are some of the organisations (including their contact details) where further support and guidance can be obtained.

Ongoing Support
Again, Waikato DHB sincerely apologies to the Waikato community for the added stress this incident is causing during a challenging time for all.

Below are some of...

Preterm birth in a previous pregnancy

... and what monitoring you will need.
If you smoke it is important to stop smoking as soon as possible in your pregnancy. Smoking greatly increases the risk of going into labour too early. You can talk to your midwife about what support is available or contact your local Once and For All stop smoking service.
Alcohol and recreational drug use (such as marijuana, synthetic cannabis and other drugs) is also linked with preterm birth. Talk to your midwife or GP if you have concerns about this.
Talk t...

Choosing a midwife (lead maternity carer)

... agreement with that facility? An access agreement means that the midwife can access that facility with you for labour, birth and postnatal care.
Would you like to explore having a home birth? Does the midwife provide home birth care?
Most women have contact and care with the same midwife throughout pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period, providing excellent continuity of care. Midwives also have holidays, family commitments and time away. You may want to ask:

does the midwife have any plann...

Hauraki District

... www.capshauraki.co.nz

Colville Social Service CollectiveReaching out to vulnerable people in Northern Coromandel.
Phone: 07 866 6920 Facebook page
www.cssc.net.nz

Coromandel Independent Living Trust (CILT)Taha Tinana, Taha Whānau
Family Support Services contact - Jean Ashby - 021 503 148 / Abbey Namana - 022 516 0737.
Food bank / pharmacy / family support / other local initiatives. CILT are working with the Coromandel Four Square to provide a shopping and delivery service for people in the c...

Dietitians

... health professionals.

Clinical Dietetic service, Waikato Hospital, Pembroke St, Hamilton
Community bases throughout the district
Nutrition and Food Services, Waikato Hospital, Pembroke St, Hamilton
Regional Diabetes Service, 26 Clarence Street, Hamilton
ContactPhone 07 839 8899 for all hospital departments and services