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Who gets a vaccination and when?

... this information.

Group 1 (February - March 2021)

Border and Managed Isolation and Quarantine (MIQ) workers, and their household contacts

Group 2 (February - May 2021)

Frontline healthcare workforces who are most likely to contract and/or spread COVID-19 through their interaction with patients

Any person who usually lives in a long-term residential care where residents are at risk of severe outcomes from COVID-19

All people working in long-term residential environments where people are at...

Let's talk rural wellbeing - Welcome to our Fieldays stand

COVID-19 has had a significant impact on how we interact with others, go about our lives, our work, study and many other aspects of our lives. The combination of stress and uncertainty can have significant and wide-reaching impacts on the mental wellbeing of all people in New Zealand.

Information and tools to support your mental wellbeing during the COVID-19 response are available on the Ministry of Health Website:

September 2020

... preparing to start work in the North Ruapehu region.  The Council stressed the importance of action, as there has been a lot of planning, and the communities are ready to lead and realise community-informed change.

The Council also received an update on the Covid-19 response, and were able to discuss the current DHB Provider Arm restructure, and how it was hoped this would bring accountability and decision making closer together.


March 2020

... The Consumer Council acknowledges their appreciation of all that the retiring Director of Quality and Patient Safety, Mo Neville, had provided in both the starting up of the Council and their work over the time they have been running.

An update on the Covid-19 preparations was provided to the Consumer Council in order to provide assurance that the DHB is doing all it can to be ready for whatever may eventuate.  All parties agreed that it is vital that accessible, simple information is provided...

During your hospital stay

COVID-19: Visitor policy in Alert Level 1
Click here for more informationOur aim is to give you excellent care and support while you are here. Our staff will explain what is happening each step of the way. Please ask us if you have concerns or don’t understand something. We welcome your comments and feedback.

South Waikato Primary Birthing Unit

COVID-19: Visitor policy in Alert Level 1
Click here for more informationContact via your Lead Maternity Carer (LMC) midwife or the Tokoroa Hospital switchboard:

07 885 0600

Clinical Workstation

... D104A Progress notes for Primary Care
3PPR1 3rd Party Password Reset – Register for Password Reset
3PPR2 3rd Party Password Reset – Change Password
3PPR3 3rd Party Password Reset – Reset My Password
3PPR4 3rd Party Password Reset – Update My Details
D108 Maintaining My Account Details
D109 Prescribing during COVID-19

What happens at your vaccination appointment?

... let you know and tell you how to make an appointment.

Talk to a health professional first if you:

are pregnant or breastfeeding
are receiving cancer treatment
have any other medical conditions or are taking other medicines.
If you have symptoms of COVID-19, get a test and stay at home until you get your results. You can be vaccinated once you have a negative test.

A healthcare worker will do a health check with you and give you some information.
You will have time to ask any questions.


Group 2 and Group 3 vaccination information

... schedulers for an invitation to be vaccinated.

How the booking system works:
Those eligible will receive an invite to register using a link and unique validation number.
You will need to answer a few questions to confirm your identity and eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccination.
Once registered, you can book both vaccination appointments at a time which suits you.
When confirmed, you will receive an email with the details which need to show at your first appointment either on your phone or pr...


... reception staff on 07 839 8732 for a phone consult or a clinic appointment with one of our doctors or nurses.

Do I need to book an appointment for the FAST service?
Our FAST service is usually a drop-in service during our opening hours. However, during COVID-19, you will need to book a time-slot to come in for self-testing because we have to limit the number of people in reception to have enough physical distancing to keep everyone safe. Please call us to discuss when you’d like to come in for...