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COVID-19: Restricted visiting Waikato DHB hospitals

... visiting to HRBC at this time. We encourage the use of technology to stay in contact with loved ones. Please contact the service if you require any support with this. 

Other areas:
One key support person per patient only will be allowed in the inpatient wards during normal visiting hours only (11am – 1.30pm and 4pm – 8pm daily).

All key support people are required to:

Wear a surgical mask at all times (or increased PPE if instructed by clinical staff)
Use hand sanitiser on entry and exit fro...

Maternity Quality and Safety Programme

... partnerships / Whanaketanga - Waikato MQSP works in partnership with a number of teams across hospital primary and community services.

 Alignment with New Zealand Maternity StandardsThe Maternity Quality and Safety Programme has enabled Waikato DHB to work towards implementing the New Zealand Maternity Standards, which are:

Standard One: Maternity services provide safe, high-quality services that are nationally consistent and achieve optimal health outcomes for mothers and babies.

Standard T...

Visiting rules and tips

... their stay.

A key support person may attend 24/7 in the following areas:

Delivery Suite
Emergency Department
Women’s Assessment Unit
Paediatrics
Intensive Care Unit

Other areas:
One key support person per patient only will be allowed in the inpatient wards during normal visiting hours only (11am – 1.30pm and 4pm – 8pm daily).

All key support people are required to:

Wear a surgical mask at all times (or increased PPE if instructed by clinical staff)
Use hand sanitiser on entry and exit from...