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How are we tracking?

… quality and financial markers is an important part of managing and improving Waikato District Health Board. It is also important to do so in a transparent and publicly accountable way.

Performance reports, including operational, financial, quality, people/staff, infrastructure, funded/contracted providers, and information technology areas, are presented to Waikato DHB’s governance level on a regular basis.

Service user experienceWhat matters to you is important to us. Your feedback helps us i…

Maternity care for COVID-19 positive women

… epidural or a caesarean section this will also be provided.    

Once your labour starts contact your midwife as you usually would. When your labour is established your midwife will call the hospital or birthing centre to arrange for you to come in 

The staff caring for you will be wearing PPE and your support person will also be asked to wear a mask at all times. Both you and your support person are required to stay in the birth room at all times so that infection risk is kept to a minimum.  …

Te Puna Oranga

… of suicide among Māori
A new director of Pacific Health, recognising that Waikato has the second highest Pacific population in AotearoaNew Zealand
A role that leads tikanga best practice and improvedtikanga capability across Waikato DHB services and staff, working closely with Kaumātua Kaunihera, the group of elders who guide and advise Waikato DHB on matters of tikanga.The role will also strengthen our engagement with Iwi/Māori and the Kīngitanga.

Programmes and research delivered by the Maor…

Hauraki District

… information. Supports Eastern Bays Local Wefare Committee.
Phone: 273337547 Email: 

Hauraki Maori Trust BoardTaha Tinana, Taha Whānau, Iwi Katoa
Iwi Support across Hauraki Regional food hub to ensure there's food stock and sufficient staff and volunteers to make up kai packs.

Paeroa Community Support TrustTaha Tinana
Ensures Meals on Wheels is well organised and the Food bank is well stocked.
Email: Manager - Glenice Te Rore…

What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine for 5-11-year-olds?

… offering plenty of fluids will help. 

Severe reactions to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are very rare and usually occur straight away after the vaccination. For this reason, you and your child will be put in an observation area for monitoring by clinical staff to ensure they receive any medical treatment if this occurs. 

Signs of severe allergic reaction can include:

difficulty breathing  
swelling of the face and throat 
a fast heartbeat  
a bad rash all over the body  
dizziness and weakness…

COVID-19 testing

… Greenwood site
If this is not completed, the Greenwood Street team will be able to assist

If you need immediate or urgent help, do not hesitate to seek medical care by calling 111 for an ambulance or going to your nearest hospital emergency department. Let staff know straight away that you’re concerned you may have symptoms associated with COVID-19.

It is free to get a COVID-19 test.
All GPs are able to provide assessment and testing – please phone your practice first. 
Please do not turn up…