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For Waikato District Health Board employees

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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...

Waikato Hospital Arts Committee

Waikato District Health Board staff are passionate about the role art plays in health care environments.

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.

The Art...


AudiologyAudiologists are allied health professionals who specialise in the prevention, identification, assessment and habilitation of hearing disorders.

Services offered by Audiology include:

Diagnostic hearing assessment for children of all ages
Diagnostic hearing assessment for adults when there is a medical need
Hearing aid fitting and follow up for children with permanent or significant hearing loss
Hearing aid fitting and follow up for adults who meet Ministry of Health enable full fundi...

Paediatric Surgery

Paediatric SurgeryWe provide tertiary level surgical services for infants, children and adolescents within the Waikato and Midland health region, including

neonatal surgery
paediatric urology
general surgery of childhood
thoracic and abdominal conditions 
In addition to the standard open procedures, we are able to offer cystoscopic, endoscopic, colonoscopic, laparoscopic and thoracoscopic services.

As part of the Women's and Children’s directorate we work closely with the paediatr...


Waikato DHB supports and promotes breastfeeding in the Waikato.


This breastfeeding app is very popular for help, information and support. You can download it FREE from the BreastFedNZ website.

Like or follow the Breastfeedingnz’ Facebook page - provides support and a ‘go to’ resource 24/7.

The BreastFedNZ website provides helpful information and links to support breast feeding



The Waikato CSSC acknowledges the generous support of our sponsors.

Established with the help of:

Cancer Society Waikato-BOP
Donny Trust
Souter Trust
Waikato Heart Trust
Anglesea Braemar Hospital Ltd
Department of Anaesthetics, Waikato Hospital
Respiratory Research Trust, Waikato Hospital
Medical Investments
D V Bryant Trust
Cardiology Charitable Trust
Norah Howell Trust
E B Firth Trust
Rotary District 9930
Johnson & Johnson Medical (NZ)
Medipak Surgical NZ Ltd-Storz
Obex Medical Lt...

Mental Health

We employ more than 700 staff working in mental health, including psychiatrists, registrars, house officers, mental health nurses, social workers, clinical psychologists, occupational therapists, cultural advisers and psychiatric assistants. Our services are delivered within hospital and community settings including acute inpatient care, community, specialist (e.g. eating disorders), rehabilitation, child and adolescent and services for older people.

Working in mental health is often challengin...

How do I apply for a job at Waikato Hospital?

You can apply directly to Waikato DHB. You do not need to apply through a recruitment agency.

However, you must apply for your job through the proper Waikato DHB recruitment processes. As such, the recruitment process is conducted online through the Waikato DHB eRecruitment system. Please visit our vacancies page to view current vacancies/opportunities. As well as your up-to-date CV, we ask for a covering letter and at least three references.

Prospective Year 1 house officers apply in accordan...

Getting to know your baby

“Look at you – Aroha Atu, Aroha Mai” video has information for you and your whānau to understand your baby’s social and emotional needs in the first three months of life.

The video has been developed by Counties Manukau District Health Board and is available in English, Māori, Samoan, Tongan, Cook Island Māori and Niuean. Open the link of your choice below to view the video:

Look at you (English Version)
Aroha Atu Aroha Mai Reo (Maori version)
Pepe Vaai ia te oe e ese lou Samoa (Samoa version)...