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Waikato HospitalWaikato Hospital staff recognise the special significance of the whenua. We encourage māmā who are keeping their whenua to find a whānau member to take the whenua home directly from the delivery suite. We do provide temporary storage of your whenua in Maternity Wa...
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staff and friends of the Waikato Hospital and Waikato Clinical School.
Midlands Community Pharmacy Group (MidCPG) swabbing programme
This includes the pharmacies, Pathlab sites and nursing staff at K’aute Pasifika Services and Asthma Waikato.
If a patient drops into any of the services run under MidCPG, the MidCPG lab form is to be used, and the MidCPG patient data form is to be completed and faxed immediately to MidCPG.
Working in mental health is often challengin...
Patients, families, visitors and staff must be able to depend on volunteers so we ask for a minimum commitment of at least three months.
Volunteers are asked to volunteer for no more than 16 hours a week. Most volunteers gift four hours of their time once or twice a week.
Volunteers usually take a three to four week break over...
What is the role of Kaitakawaenga?
To provide cultural support to tangata whaiora and their whānau on admission to the Henry Rongomau Bennett Centre and within Waikato DHB’s Mental Health and Addiction Services.
As part of multidisciplinary teams, to help tangata whaiora and their whānau through their journey of care at Henry Rongomau Bennett Centre.
A standard meal will be sent to you until you are able to select your own choices on the menu provided each day.
If you need assistance at meal times, please ask the ward staff.
If you need a special diet, please ask your nurse or midwife to contact the clinical dietitian for your ward.
Requests must be made in writing, preferably using the Request for Patient Information Form.
Our staff must offer you reasonable help with making the request, including how you can meet the personal identification requirements.
Referrals to Pathway can be internal or external.
There are two types of Pathway Clinic:
School-age (for children 5-8 years).
The Pathway Clinic is run by senior staff, who interview caregivers, undertake a developmental screen and, depending on their findings, refer on to further services within Child Development Centre and/or to early intervention and other community services.
A Pathway Clinic appoi...