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Interventional radiology (including Angio and Neuro)

... Ultrasound Interventions.

Neuro Angiograms/Interventions
Nephrostomies/Ureteric Stents
SVC stents/IVC Filters
Gastrostomies/G-J Tube insertions
Hepato-Biliary Procedures
Blood Sampling

Full time: 2
Part time: 1
Shared with Conventional Imaging department (working 50:50):  7 staff
Interventional Radiologists

4 Interventional Radiologists
+ 2 Radiologists who perform Biopsies
+ 2 Neuro-trained Interventionalist...

Allied Health

We employ more than 770 Allied Health and scientific staff.

In New Zealand health professionals (other than nurses and doctors) who contribute to the assessment, care and treatment of patients or clients are known as Allied Health professionals. They work in many settings such as a patient or client’s home, schools or work places, community clinics or in hospital inpatient or outpatient environments.

Career path opportunities for allied health professionals include clinical specialist, clinica...


... upper limb recovery algorithm in clinical practiceThis project aims to evaluate the implementation process of a new assessment tool for recovery of the upper limb following stroke. This project includes the use of stakeholder focus groups and interviews, staff education packages and clinical audit to review the effectiveness of implementing a new process into routine clinical practice.

An exploration of the amount of physiotherapy received in the first six months following stroke.Aims: The aim...

Allied Health

... Occupational Therapy
Social Work
Speech and Language Therapy 
Also the following services

Child Development Centre (CDC)
Newborn Hearing Screening
Key personnel

Lindsay Pooley
Manager Allied Health

LocationAllied health staff are located in hospital settings and in community-based services throughout the Waikato DHB district.

Please refer to your appointment letter or to the specific service for location and contact information.

Professional management a...

Public Health Nurses

... referrals on health matters.

Public health nurses work includes:

School based immunisations
Wellchild/Tamariki Ora in Kawhia, Taharoa, Meremere
Self-referral clinics in some schools
Healthy Homes/Whare Ora assessments
Education and information (for staff and students) in preschools and schools
Assessment and referral to other services, health or social
B4 School checks
Continence assessment; bed wetting, soiling .
Communicable disease; contact tracing, screening and follow-up of cases

Philomena Margaret McCormack

... pathway of leadership and management as a charge nurse manager. I feel that the DHB has provided me with some excellent resources to help support my transition into a management role from mentorship, workshops and programmes.

I am inspired to see how my staff and colleagues work well together as a team. I am a valued team member of the Cardiology, Critical Care, Cath Lab, and Cardiothoracic and Vascular cluster. Having made some great relationships and connections enables us all to strive for...

Business visitors

... visitor sign in/sign out book is usually located at the front desk) 

For security and safety reasons, we ask that you comply with our policy. Failure to do so may result in you being requested to leave or escorted off our property by security or by staff members who are authorised by the chief executive.

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Work with us

... only centre in New Zealand to deliver Total Body Electron (TBE/TSET) treatments.

Radiation therapists at Waikato are given ample opportunities to grow professionally. We offer a range of development roles such as planning and brachytherapy which allow staff to gain experience and develop their skills. Radiation therapists rotate through CT, planning and treatment every few months, with additional opportunities to rotate through the BIMS team (Brachytherapy, Iodine, Mould room, Superficial) our...

Midland Region Community HealthPathways

... Community HealthPathways please contact your Waikato DHB local coordinator via email at for a username and password or information on how to access directly via your clinical system or the Waikato DHB intranet (for DHB staff only).

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A career in health

... and the variety of the services creates many opportunities for learning and growing your skills and knowledge.

Waikato DHB has a strong learning and development focus in both clinical and non-clinical areas, and a wide range of courses are offered to staff from clinical skill updating in specialised areas to leadership programmes, computer application training and post-graduate research opportunities. See Learning & research for more information.

Waikato DHB uses a range of methods for ed...