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For Waikato DHB employed nurses
Please refer to the staff intranet or the PDU for further information.
For nurses employed by other health providersTui Medical Declaration form - for use by Tui Medical employees only
Definitions of practice levels
RN levels of practice
EN levels of practice
We thank the community for their understanding and cooperation at this time. As always, our priority is the safety and care of our patients, whānau and staff.
Please advise your LMC if you are feeling unwell with any COVID-19 symptoms. If you have tested positive for C...
Over the years Waikato DHB has built up an extensive art collection from numerous artists in each of its hospitals through donation or purchase.
Well selected and appropriately placed artwork has a positive impact on wellness and wellbeing. Decorating hospitals with specific types of artwork can speed up a patient's healing process, shorten hospital stays and help manage pain.
There are two main reasons to assess for ID:
To help understand the child and to help family, friends and teaching staff have realistic expectations of them.
To establish eligibility to health funded disability services.
ID assessments are carried out by one or two psychologists who gather information about the child’s development, academic pro...
Smoking cessationStaff at Waikato hospital support people wanting to quit smoking. Our smoking cessation programme includes free nicotine replacement therapy.
Social Workers/ Psycho-Social Support ServicesSocial workers and Psycho-social supports services a...
The conventional imaging department in MCC operates Monday to Friday 0800-1630.
ED is staffed 24/7 and provides imaging for whatever comes through the door, as well as covering Inpatient’s when MCC is unstaffed and servicing all acute theatre needs.
Full time: 38
Part time: 18 (working a variety of FTE from 0.4 to 0.9)
If you are being treated for a sleep disorder, NZTA may ask you to provide proof you are using your therapy (e.g. a CPAP or other PAP machine). Our Sleep Lab staff can guide you on what is required, and we can then advise NZTA of your adherence or compliance.
Alternatively, NZTA may ask you to provide proof that you are not at risk of driver fatigue. If this is the case, NZTA will specify what type o...
If you are being treated for a sleep disorder, NZTA may ask you to prove you are using your therapy (e.g. a CPAP or other PAP machine). Our Sleep Lab staff can guide you on what is required to comply with that treatment, and we can then advise NZTA of your adherence to the treatment.
Alternatively, NZTA may ask you to provide proof that you are not at risk of driver fatigue. NZTA will specify w...
More information about the whooping cough vaccination
Visit the Ministry of Health website for more information about whooping cough.
The Immunisation Advisory Centre has more information on the Boostrix vaccine....