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Our team

Team rolesAdministrative staff
Responsible for arranging appointments, booking scans, typing medical records, filing, and the day-to-day running of the radiation therapy department. They are also a great source of information for general questions.

Medical Physicists
Performs important roles behind the scenes working in all aspects of radiation therapy. They are responsible for developing and directing quality control programs for equipment and procedures. They also ta...

Work with us

The Waikato Regional Cancer Centre is located at Waikato Hospital in the city of Hamilton, New Zealand. This centre serves a population of 580,000 from Waikato, Lakes and Tairawhiti District Health Boards. The service has a staff of approximately 120 and comprises of an Oncology Department which includes radiation therapy, chemotherapy, an inpatient ward, palliative care service, and a Haematology Department. The Waikato radiation therapy service is Varian integrated with Eclipse, Aria and four...

Advance Care Planning for Waikato health professionals

... have been developed by Waikato DHB and the Midland Regional ACP Facilitators Group to assist health professionals and patients when considering and answering the main questions of ACP.

HQSC website page for health care professionals and staff on Advance Care Planning contains links to or information on:

e-learning modules (Waikato DHB staff should access the modules through the Ko Awatea portal)
ACP training manual
ACP self-assessment competency framework For Health Professionals

Rehabilitation and Allied Health Research and Education Centre (RARE)

Waikato DHB's Rehabilitation and Allied Health Research and Education Centre (RARE) strengthens the evidence base of Allied Health practice through:

undertaking, mentoring and facilitating clinical research projects
promoting a research culture
supporting allied health education and leadership at Waikato DHB.  
Key activities

Facilitating and conducting research projects within Allied Health (details of current research)
Promoting research...


Ordering Bodywise Be Smarter resourcesResources are free for Waikato DHB services/staff but a small charge is made for others to cover our costs. Use the appropriate order form below.

Be Smarter A3 poster – promoting the key messages of Be Smarter
Be Smarter pads of double-sided sheets for assessment, goals and advice. Minimum 10 pads per order
Be Bodywise Practitioner Manual – 42 pages covering all aspects of Be Smarter and resources for health practitioners 

Feedback or complaints

... important to us. Your feedback helps us improve our services.

If you have an immediate concern about your treatment or care, or the care of a family member, tell us. Many problems can be resolved quickly by talking things over. Speak to a staff member or ask to speak to a manager e.g. charge nurse, clinical nurse leader or team leader in the department, clinic or ward. If they are not available, ask to speak to the duty manager.

Patient advocacy servicesIf you would li...

Induction of labour (IOL) at Waikato Hospital

... may be used to induce labour, and you will move between areas of the women’s health service at Waikato Hospital as things progress. The process for you will depend on your individual care plan, medical needs and the availability of delivery suite and staff

Cervical ripening Cervical ripening involves the softening and opening your cervix before induction of labour. Depending on your needs, cervical ripening can be medical (using a synthetic hormone gel called prostaglandin) or me...

Emergency response plans

At times Waikato District Health Board staff have to manage emergency situations or crises. These can include:

acute clinical episodes, such as a cardiac arrest
environmental hazards, such as a hazardous substance spill
breaches of security
bomb threats
utility failure
industrial action
an unexpected influx of acutely ill patients (such as a multi-casualty incident or public health emergency).
Depending on the event, this type of...

Specialist Eating Disorders (SEDS)

... /> consultation / shared care with community and inpatient teams (medical and psychiatric) 
for clients of all ages and throughout the Waikato DHB health district.

We also offer consultation, training and supervision for Waikato DHB staff and community services working with clients with eating disorders.

Key personnelLynne Blake
Clinical Leader

LocationAdult Mental Health & Addictions Services
193 London St, Hamilton


Hauora ihub

... clinic appointment or to visit a family member or friend, why not take the opportunity to get some health information or check ups yourself? 
Hauora ihub is centred on the Māori value of manaakitanga (caring, hospitality, respect) with friendly staff who provide on-the-spot service, make referrals or point people in the right direction for treatment or support. It is designed to be warm and welcoming.
Hauora ihub is located on Meade Clinical Centre (MCC) Level 1, in the same big foy...