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Orientation

... for those new to New Zealand we give them a copy of Hamilton City Council's Hamilton New Settlers Guide which is updated annually. These publications are available on the Hamilton City Council website www.hcc.govt.nz and contain useful and general contact details and information.

Waikato’s RMO Pocketbook - an orientation guideStarting at a new hospital has its challenges – where to go, who to contact, policies and guidelines, forms to fill out, procedures to follow, to name bu...

Mental Health and Addictions

... district health boards.

Mental health services are delivered throughout the Waikato DHB’s district by geographical sectors (North Central, North Rural, South Central and South Rural).

Health professionals: Summary of service contact details and referral addresses.

The Waikato DHB Mental Health & Addictions Strategy 2016 – 2021 is strongly aligned to the overall Waikato DHB Strategy and its values.

Adult Mental Health and Addictions
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Referrals

... informed and to remain involved as the primary medical caregiver.

What information do we require?We need to know the individuals name, date of birth, NHI number, address, telephone number, cultural identity, level of intellectual disability and contact details of parents and/or caregivers. In addition, a detailed outline of the specific mental health concerns that you have leading to the referral. Any accompanying information would be helpful such as

mental health hist...

Disability Support Services (DSS) 0 to 65

Disability Support Services (DSS) 0 to 65 years old Disability Support Services (DSS) is part of Disability Support Link (DSL), a Needs Assessment and Service Coordination (NASC) service for persons from birth to 65 years.

Note: Disability support for older people (65+) is managed through our Health of Older People (HOP) team

NASCs are organisations contracted by the Ministry of Health to

identify their strengths and support needs
outline what disabil...

Tamariki Ora (Well Child Services)

... information about what is included in the home visits.

Below is a list of Tamariki Ora providers in the Waikato who take a tikanga Māori approach. The Ministry of Health website lists all Waikato Well Child Tamariki Ora services and their contact details.

Raukawa Charitable Trust Based in Tokoroa and covers the areas of Tokoroa, Putaruru, Tirau, Matamata, Cambridge, Te Awamutu and surrounding areas.
Phone: 0800 728 5292

Raukura Hauora o TainuiBased...

Volunteer opportunities

Our volunteer programmes are based at Waikato and Thames hospitals. Other activities also take place at Te Kuiti, Taumarunui and Tokoroa hospitals and at our continuing care facilities in Te Awamutu (Matariki) and Morrinsville (Rhoda Read). The following is a small selection of the many different volunteer roles we offer at Waikato Hospital. We do not always have vacancies on our volunteer teams.  

For further information please contact our Volunteer coordinator.

Hosp...

Volunteer opportunities

Our volunteer programmes are based at Waikato and Thames hospitals. Other activities also take place at Te Kuiti, Taumarunui and Tokoroa hospitals and at our continuing care facilities in Te Awamutu (Matariki) and Morrinsville (Rhoda Read). The following is a small selection of the many different volunteer roles we offer at Waikato Hospital. We do not always have vacancies on our volunteer teams.  

For further information please contact our Volunteer coordinator.

Hospit...

Waikato Hospital

... suite. It offers research opportunities and many specialties have their own research unit.
Read more in Learning & Research  
 

Key personnelInterim Chief Operating Officer
Dr Grant Howard

Location and contact detailsWaikato Hospital location for address, directions, campus map, parking and transport, public amenities and shops, accommodation, visiting times, wards and clinic locations.

Phone 07 839 8899 for all hospital departments a...

Choosing a midwife (lead maternity carer)

The first step on your pregnancy journey is choosing a midwife to coordinate your maternity care. Your midwife is also known as your lead maternity carer (LMC).

When to register with a midwifeThe best time to register with a midwife is in the first trimester of pregnancy (the first 12 weeks) or as early as possible. Register with a midwife as soon as you can, to make sure you are able to access early screening to assess your health, and for you to have early access to any services y...

Privacy statement

... about yourself. This information along with your email address and password becomes your "Profile".

The information that you will be asked for includes:

identifying information (e.g. your name and date of birth)
contact details (e.g. your email address) - your email address must be a unique email address that only you use, so that you can securely login to the system and information can be securely emailed to you
information about your lifestyle (...