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Visitors can bring you a small amount of fruit, food or cold drinks. However check with the staff if there are any restrictions on what food you are allowed.
If you have visitors who can only come at other times, talk to the nurse in charge of the ward.
If you don’t want to be disturbed by visitors, please let us know.
All visitors mu...
This programme has traditionally been a continuing medical education forum for local and visiting speakers from a range of disciplines, and an opportunity for junior and senior hospital medical staff to present on behalf of their departments.
The Grand Round programme is always “subject to change” in order to accommodate speakers re...
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Be considerate. Please show consideration and respect for all patients and the staff caring for them. This will help us to deliver the best patient care for everyone in...
A downloadable copy (PDF) of the Waikato Hospital campus map can be found at the bottom of this page.
Wards and Clinics information can be found on the Waikato Hospital location information page.
Inpatient unit with 48 beds.
Level 2 emergency department open 24 hours
Day stay unit and theatres – day stay surgery and endoscopy.
Outpatients with clinics in medicine, surgery and many visiting specialists.
Birthing unit – midwife led.
Laboratory services and blood bank.
Outreach chemotherapy and haematology suit...
As well as offering hospital services listed below, the hospital sites host other Waikato DHB services including hospital and community based allied health, clinical nurse specialists, health promoters and other agencies and providers for their local areas.
The rural hospitals