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Ka tū whera te tatau pounamu o te Ao
E takoto te whāriki o te Atua ki mua i a tātou
He hōnore, he korōria ki te Atua
He maungārongo ki te whenua
He whakaaro pai ki ngā tāngata katoa
Ka huri te kei o te waka ki te Kīngi a Tūheitia
Me te whare Kāhui Ariki whānau whānui tonu
Mā te Atua e tiaki, e manaaki i a rātou
Me ngā whakaaro tonu ki ngā mate o te wā
Takoto mai, moe mai koutou, haere, haere, haere
Kāti rātou ki a rātou, tātou ki a tātou...
The information that you will be asked for includes:
identifying information (e.g. your name and date of birth)
contact details (e.g. your email address) - your email address must be a unique email address that only you use, so that you can securely login to the system and information can be securely emailed to you
information about your lifestyle (e.g....
If you go into labour, your waters have broken, or you have had any bleeding before the date that you have been advised to have your baby, you should contact your midwife and come to the Women’s Assessment Unit at Waikato Hospital straight away.
Is there any other treatment I should have?Depending on the timing of birth and how you are going to have your baby, you may be offered a course of co...
All Waikato primary birthing centres have double postnatal rooms available so your partner or support person can stay overnight with you during your postnatal stay. Extended family can visit during the day – contact each individual birth centre about their visiting policies.
Waikato primary birthing centres
Waterford Birth Centre, Hamilton
River Ridge East Birth Centre, Hamilton
Pohlen Hospital Birth Centre, Matamata
Te Awamutu Bir...
Private Bag 3200
Once an application is received
The Medical Recruitment Coordinator will contact you and discuss the allocation of rotations, how long you are wanting to stay and when you are thinking of commencing employment. At this stage we need to discuss any special requirements you may have e.g. if you want to return to the UK f...
Ph: 07 868 8644
Address: 732 B Queen Street, Thames
Website: www.capshauraki.co.nz(external link)
CAPS Hauraki also have offices in Coromandel and Paeroa and Mary Street, Thames – please contact the Thames office on 07 868 8644 or firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment
9am - 4pm
Counselling & Social work support, Youth Services, and SASS ( Sexual Abuse Support Service) with a 24/7 help line 0800 88 33 00.
The priority for testing at all locations, including GP practices, is people who meet location of interest criteria, are symptomatic or who have been requested by Healthline or their GP to seek a test. If you are not in these categories, please contact the COVID-19 Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for advice.
From 11.59pm Thursday 23 September most people crossing Alert Level boundaries on permitted business or personal travel must be tested beforehand. In some cases evidence of a negative t...