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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…
The Youth Wellbeing ProfileDesigned to inform and further enhance the work of Public Health in education settings. It will be used to guide the understanding of health and wellbeing among young people aged 13-24 years in the Waikato DHB region.
The objectives of this profile are to:
identify the strengths of Waikato-based youth
All course work will be accessed via an online module.
The Professional Development Unit (PDU) will fund the course for DHB employees and DHB funded workplaces who are supporting students and New Graduate RNs (e.g. aged care sector, iwi providers).
No charge to service budgets will occur.
Each course runs as a separate entity and therefore applicants who do not attend day 2 will not be offered an alternative date except in extenuating circumstances.
This is the COVID-19 vaccine for tamariki aged 5 to 11 years.
Parents and caregivers have the opportunity to protect their tamariki aged 5 to 11 against COVID-19, by being immunised with a child (paediatric) formulation of the Pfizer vaccine.
How the programme will run?
Immunisations for tamariki start around the motu on 17 January.
The Ministry of Health is working with DHBs, and community organisations to roll out the Pfi…
Some of our education initiatives are also facilitated by the use of Telehealth, so that rural nurses can remain at their home base and i…
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Address: 193 London Street, Hamilton
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8am - 4.30 pm
Provides a single point of entry for all acute and non-acute mental health issues. This service is available all day and every day and anyone who calls will be referred to the appropriate treatment or support service. Can be through referrals from GP, family, friends or by self.
Child Youth and Family
Ph: 0508 326 459