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Dietitians

DietitiansDietitians are registered health professionals who provide specialist advice about food and nutrition to clients and those who care for them.

The clinical dietitian team at Waikato Hospital has specialist dietitians who provide services to all wards. They also provide outpatient services within both adult and paediatric areas.

Community health dietitians work with clients to provide education and support with dietary treatment. They provide services at Thames, Tokoroa, Te Kuiti and T...

How do I get to and from treatment?

We are located at the Waikato Hospital Campus, Pembroke Street, Hamilton

Levels 1 & B1, Lomas Building
Level 1: Simulation (planning CT scan) and Planning
Level B1: Treatment units, Radiation Oncologist clinic rooms and nurses station
Click here to see the campus map for directions.

ParkingWe recommend parking in the Hague Road car park building. Drive in through Hospital Gate 1 (off Pembroke Street) onto Hague Road.  The car park building (on your left) is well signposted. From the car pa...

Physiotherapy

PhysiotherapyThe aim of physiotherapy is to help a person develop, maintain, restore or optimise their physical functioning and therefore their wellbeing and quality of life.

Physiotherapists are specialised registered health practitioners who assess, diagnose and manage human function, most often with people compromised by ageing, injury, disease or environmental factors.

Key personnelSara Findlay
Manager, Physiotherapy Rural & Community

Moana O’Brien
Manager, Physiotherapy Acute, Older...

Infant, Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ICAMHS)

Infant, Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ICAMHS)The Infant Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (ICAMHS) is a free, community service for children and adolescents up to 18 years old and their whaanau.

We provide assessment and treatment for children and adolescents with moderate to severe mental health problems who present with, but not limited to conditions such as, anxiety disorder, depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorders (including anorexia and bulimia), suicidal thoug...

What we do

We do it all. From geriatric care to premature babies, from home visits by district nurses to complex trauma surgery, from renal dialysis to managing pandemic responses, from advanced cancer treatments to community dental clinics, from health screening to mental health and addiction services.

We also fund lots of other organisations to provide health services in our community.

We plan, budget, manage, support, code, file, train and educate.

We have been providing healthcare in the region for...

Terms of Reference

Committee nameResearch Advisory Group (RAG) for the Waikato DHB Region

BackgroundWaikato DHB recently published its updated Vision and Strategy. One arm of the strategy is A centre of excellence in learning, training, research and innovation / Pae taumata
The four priorities for this strategic imperative are:

Build close and enduring relationships with local, national, and international education providers
Attract doctors, nurses, and allied health staff to the Waikato through high quality tra...