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ACP Facilitation Service for Waikato - Te Kōhao Health

This is service that is free of charge and available to staff, patients, whānau, general public, community organisations.

The service provider is required to support the Māori and Pasifika populations as a priority, however the service is available for everyone/anyone who wants to know more/develop an ACP. 

Service details:

Waikato District Health Board:   FUNDER

Te Kōhao Health Limited:  PROVIDER OF SERVICE

Phone:  0800 483 564 anytime


Team-leader:  Val...


... DHB Preceptor course application form and get this signed off by your manager.

Please do not book directly with Wintec

Send the completed form to Nicola McKenzie at the PDU.

Or by internal mail (for Waikato DHB staff)
Nicola McKenzie
Percival Flats
17 Ohaupo Road
HamiltonOr by post to

Nicola McKenzie
Professional Development Unit
Private Bag 3200
Hamilton 3240Late applications may be accepted.  

Applications will be processed by Nicola, and the applica...

Join Radiology

Waikato DHB Radiology is growing our service to meet growing demand and is focused on creating a positive culture and great work environment for all our staff.

We have a state of the art facility with some equipment first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.We have well established links into all specialties and sub-specialties, and clinical teams across the Waikato District Health Board including providing imaging support for a Level 1 Major Trauma Centre. We are looking to grow the team wi...

Key support person

... key support person will be welcomed, but not obliged, to be present with the patient to:

participate in clinical conversations and family meetings
participate in clinical handovers
help with basic/essential care needs (in agreement with appropriate staff)
support the patient with decision making
help with the transition of care to the patient’s home.
Key support people can visit from 8am to 8pm or even longer at the discretion of the nurse in charge of a ward. For example, the key support pers...

Life starts here

... the desire to ensure the very best experiences for wāhine (women) and whānau (family). Your new life starts here. 

We are all about making this a great place to come to work every day – yes, it is busy, but we are committed to making this a very well-staffed and well supported tertiary unit.

Our energetic and supportive team of midwife managers, medical staff, and midwifery leaders will be there to help you transition to a new place of work.

Radiation Therapy

... treatment unit, a brachytherapy treatment unit, and a radio-isotope laboratory.
As a Radiation Oncology department we aim to provide excellent patient-focused care that results in a positive experience for our patients and creates an environment where our staff want to work. We utilise modern radiation therapy techniques including VMAT, SABR and SRT to deliver treatments in line with international best practice guidelines. Our image guided systems (kV, CBCT and MV Imaging) ensure accuracy with...

Matamata-Piako District


Te Hauora o Ngati HauaTaha Tinana, Taha Hinengaro, Taha Whānau, Taiao
Te Hauora o Ngāti Hauā provides services and resources aimed at nurturing, connecting, empowering Ngati Hauā whānau, hāpū and iwi. The office is closed, but all staff are avaialble to soffer support as needed.

Citizens Advice BureauIwi Katoa
A good source of community based information to support whānau.

Matamata, email:
Te Aroha, email:

Antenatal appointments at Waikato Hospital during COVID-19 Level 2

We know that your pregnancy journey is a very important time for you and your whānau. We are working hard to ensure you, your whānau, our staff and other patients are safe 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 have been changed in response to the COVID-19. This is to minimise face to face contact and to maximise safety. Depending on your condition and the re...

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

... who are staying on the ward with their baby following birth.

During the COVID-19 lockdown it can be a very scary time to be pregnant or to have just had a baby. We are working very hard to ensure the ward environment is safe for you, your baby, our staff and other patients.  The layout of the ward does not enable social distancing if additional people such as visitors and come to the ward. For us to ensure women and babies are safe we have made some changes to how things work on the ward.


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

During the COVID-19 we are working very hard to ensure that Women’s Assessment Unit (WAU) environment is safe for you, your baby our staff and other patients.  For us to do this we have made some changes to how things work in WAU.

WAU is a service that is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week for urgent care for pregnant women. However this 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. I...