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Waikato Hospital

... support. Services and specialties based at Waikato Hospital are listed under their own name in our A-Z Services.
Its clinical specialties include internal medicine, oncology and haematology, surgical services, paediatrics, gynaecology and obstetrics, emergency and critical care, radiology and anaesthetics.
It is a teaching hospital with links to the University of Auckland, University of Waikato and Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology). The campus includes an education centre with excellent...

Volunteer opportunities

... coordinator.

Hospital hostsHospital hosts provide direction, hospitality and information to patients and visitors.
They provide physical and wheelchair assistance to those people who find it difficult to reach clinics and wards.

St John Friends of the Emergency Department (FEDs)St John FEDS support the work of our staff in the Emergency Department by providing assistance and reassurance to patients. They offer a listening ear and practical help with tasks like phone calls, ensuring people ar...

Volunteer opportunities

... coordinator.

Hospital hostsHospital hosts provide direction, hospitality and information to patients and visitors.
They provide physical and wheelchair assistance to those people who find it difficult to reach clinics and wards.

St John Friends of the Emergency Department (FEDs)St John FEDS support the work of our staff in the Emergency Department by providing assistance and reassurance to patients. They offer a listening ear and practical help with tasks like phone calls, ensuring people are...

Potential placement areas for graduates at Waikato DHB

... surgery
Neurosurgery
Burns/Plastics/Maxillofacial/Urology
Cardiothoracic & Vascular surgery; Cath lab
Cardiac Care 
Intraoperative services (includes theatres, DOSA, PACU)
Oncology
Internal medicine
Respiratory medicine
Acute Medical (assessment) Unit
Emergency Department
Regional Dialysis in-centre
Outpatient Department
Child Health – Paediatric medical ward; Neonatal ICU (NICU)
Health of Older People within the DHB
Rural Hospitals placement areas:

Thames hospital –  Emergency Dept, and w...

Waikato District

... to connect and link people with free food and clothing. Unsure of activity during level 4.
Phone: Hine Thompson Coordinator 07 080 0296Email: huntlywesthub@gmail.com 

Ngaruawahia Community HouseTaha Hinengaro, Taha Whānau, Taha Tinana
A contact for emergency help for food, counselling etc.
Phone: Anne Ramsay 0210535848 

Raglan HouseTaha Hinengaro, Taha Whānau, Taha Tinana
Budgeting, counselling, medical transport, linking to other services. Need to confirm services under level 4.
Phone: 07 82...

Telehealth equipment usage

... travel, and new education opportunities for your facility, etc.) These responses will also contribute to future business cases to extend the reach of our Telehealth capability to better serve our community.

Note that the use of dedicated equipment such as Emergency Resus will be tracked separately and do not need to be reported on this form.

Things to consider when completing this form and adding appropriate comments:

How many people would have travelled to / from this meeting if they were n...

Need help?

Your GP or medical centreFor non-urgent support/advice contact your general practitioner (GP) first. Your GP can send a referral to a Waikato mental health service. If you are not registered with a medical centre or don't have a GP/family doctor, contact our services direct at the numbers listed above.

Ministry of HealthThe Ministry of Health website has a good list of where to go to get help and support, for young people and people of all ages. This includes helplines, some great websites...

Bleeding in early pregnancy and the Early Pregnancy Assessment Clinic (EPAC)

... and without treatment they can seriously impact your health and fertility.

If you are experiencing severe pain, or your bleeding is very heavy, with large clots accompanied by crampy abdominal pains, you need urgent care and should attend the nearest emergency department to you – either at Waikato Hospital or one of the rural hospitals. 

Early bleeding that is not an ectopic pregnancy, a molar pregnancy or does not lead to miscarriage will not have caused your baby any harm.

Anaesthesia

... includes preoperative assessment, anaesthesia for surgical and non-surgical procedures (including sedation and all forms of regional and general anaesthesia), complex pain management and resuscitation, and medical education.

This includes:

Anaesthesia for emergency and elective surgery
Obstetric anaesthesia
Cardiac anaesthesia
Paediatric anaesthesia
Neuroanaesthesia
Remote location anaesthesia (interventional radiology, endoscopy, cardiology, brachytherapy, ECT)
Pain Service (inpatient and ch...

Child Development Centre

Child Development Centre is in a building at 222 Pembroke Street, across the road from Waikato Hospital's Emergency Department.  It shares the building with the Artifical Limb Centre.

There are a very small number of parking spaces close to the centre, but these are for people with disabilities (please advise us in advance of your appointment so we can try to ensure a park if available). The Pembroke Street Carpark Building is just up the road from the centre, on the same side.  Otherwise...