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It promotes information sharing, collaboration and support across the aged care sector in the Waikato District Health Board region.
It covers resources, education, quality and news/events.
It is managed by Julie Daltrey, Waikato DHB nurse practitioner (Older adult), and Kate Yeo, associate director of Nursing: Virtual Health and O…
From November 2019, the National Cervical Screening Programme changed the starting age from 20 years of age to 25 years of age. This is because screening women aged 20 to 24 has shown to be ineffective at preventing cervical cancer, whereas there has been significant reductions in both cancer incidence and mortality for women older than 25 years of age. The HPV vaccination programme (for all females and males aged 9 to 26 years) is proving to be a more effective preve…
Are you and your whānau up-to-date with all your vaccinations?
Getting immunised is the best way to protect yourself, your whānau and community from catching and spreading these serious diseases. Immunisation uses the body’s natural defence mechanism, the immune response, to build resistance to specific infections.
Protect the ones you love so they can keep doing what they love
Get your Flu jab before winter arrives. It’s free for anyone aged 65+, Māori and Pasifika 55+, as well…
Assaults - December 2020
Annual Leave RMOs - August 2020
Annual Leave SMO Response to RDA - August 2020
Annual Leave SMOs - August 2020
Annual Leave SMOs - July 2021
Aged Residential Care & General Beds - February 2022
Assaults on Health Staff - February 2022
Alcohol Related Harm - May 2022
Assault Investigations - May 2022
Assaults - June 2022
Admissions via ED - July 2022
About 60 per cent of funding received by Waikato DHB is used to directly provide hospital and health services, including:
five hospital sites including a tertiary teaching hospital (Waikato Hospital in Hamilton), a secondary hospital in Thames, and three rural hospitals in Tokoroa, Te Kuiti and Taumarunui
two continuing care facilities
one mental health inpatient facility
community based services
public health services.…
assessment and intervention for children 0 – 16 with functional sensory processing or motor difficulties including difficulty with fine and gross motor skills, self care, daily routines and play.
assessment for school aged children with high or complex needs for home based equipment or housing modifications
assessment for safety issues in the home for children with challenging behaviours
Referrals to the service may be internal or external.
The sessions maybe cl…
Exclusion and stool clearance criteria guideline
High risk groups
Staff of health care facilities or early childhood services
Children aged under five years attending childhood services or other groups
Older children or adults at higher risk due to illness or disability…
Provides a comp…
* nurses who have completed the new graduate programme and are then doing their second year of practice
Pacific peoples health
Rural health, mental health and addictions.
A career plan that has been discussed at latest performance review must be included as part of the HWD application process.
Waikato Hospice – one place.
Aged Residential Care – potential positions, numbers to be confirmed.
An application via ACE is also required to be eligible for funding to undertake a graduate programme with Corrections.
If you are interested in a NETP position…