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Click here for more informationTokoroa Hospital is a rural hospital about 90 kilometres south of Hamilton. It serves the South Waikato area, and is part of the Waikato District Health Board.
Click here for more informationThis facility was purpose-built for health services related to older people and for rehabilitation services. The building includes four wards and an outpatient clinic for the Older Persons and Rehabilitation service, as well as a ward and clinic area for Mental Health Services for Older People.
It is on Pembroke Street across the road from Waikato Hospital, and joined by a pedestrian overbridge to the other hospital buildi...
Click here for more informationA patient or their family can nominate a key support person for emotional and practical support, and they will be able to stay with the patient for longer than the normal visiting hours. They are welcome to visit from 8am to 8pm.
A key support person is typically a loved one, for example, a spouse, partner, adult child, parent, sibling, close friend or whānau member.
If the patient is not capable of nominating someone, th...
Click here for more informationWaikato Hospital is a tertiary hospital in Hamilton, New Zealand. It is located on the Waiora Waikato Hospital Campus.
Phone: 07 839 8899
Enquiries desksThere are two Enquiries desks at Waikato Hospital:
Enquiries desk by Emergency Department
Monday to Friday 8.30am to 8pm, Saturday & Sunday 8.30am to 5pm
Enquiries desk on Level 1 Meade Clinical Centre (MCC)
Monday to Friday 7.30am to 4pm
Visitors can also get d...
Depression NZThis site provides information about depression and anxiety as well as giving ways that can be used to help you on the journey back to feeling well.
Depression NZ | RuralThis website is full of ideas and stories to help people with depression and anxiety get to a better place fro...
Struggling to reconnect.
Having a low mood that you can’t seem to shake off.
Having little or no interest in doing things that you used to enjoy.
Being grumpy and irritable.
Lack of energy and feeling tired most of the time.
Changes in sleep and eating patterns.
Problems with concentrating and staying focused.
Low self-esteem and loss of libido.
Feeling empty, lonely and isolated.
Increased use of alcohol or other forms of self- medicating.
Wearing masks on public transport
These health and safety measures are necessary to help stop the spread of respiratory illnesses and protect the wellbeing of our patients, visitors, children and staff.
Thank you for your understanding.
COVID-19: Visitor policy in Alert Level 1
Click here for more informationA warm welcome to everyone visiting patientsWe know that coming to hospital can be stressful and can cause anxiety. Our goal is to provide the best care for patients. We also w...