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… offered during your admission.

Mothercraft has qualified and very experienced nurses who work with you. The service is also supported by; paediatric medical staff, social workers, dietitians, lactation (breastfeeding) consultants, perinatal maternal mental health and home care nurses.

It is part of the Children's Health service, and the Women's and Children's Health directorate.

LocationEnd of Ryburn Lane, Waiora Waikato Hospital Campus
Pembroke Street, Hamilton


Our services

… and health services, including:

five hospital sites including a tertiary teaching hospital (Waikato Hospital in Hamilton), a secondary hospital in Thames, and three rural hospitals in Tokoroa, Te Kuiti and Taumarunui
two continuing care facilities
one mental health inpatient facility
community based services
public health services.
The remaining 40 per cent is used to fund contracted services provided by non-government organisations (NGOs), primary health care organisations (PHOs), pharmacies…

Books for sale

Click on the title links for the order form for each book.

Changing Times, Changing PlacesFrom Tokanui Hospital to Mental Health Services in the Waikato, 1910-2012.

Under One Roof: A History of Waikato HospitalUnder One Roof provides a comprehensive history of Waikato Hospital from its inception in 1887 until the year 2000

The Waikato Hospital timeline bookOur hospital, Your history.

Other books of interestTreatment of Kidney Failure in New Zealand Authors: Kelvin L Lynn, Adrian L Buttimore,…

Te Kuiti Maternity Resource Centre

… midwives
Well child service providers
Health and community workers including cookery classes, visiting lactation consultants, and vision hearing testers 
Waikato DHB’s smokefree, immunisation, nutrition and parenting education services
Links with perinatal mental health services.
Find out more about Waikato DHB’s maternity services.

The Maternity Resource Centre is not a birthing centre, for the nearest birthing centres please contact Te Awamutu Birthing Centre or the Delivery Suite at Waikato…

Memory Service

… diagnostic, treatment and support service for tanagata whaiora experiencing complex and unexplained progressive changes in their cognition such as memory. The team includes Psychogeriatricians, Clinical psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Community Mental Health Nurse and Social Worker.

We offer?

Expert clinical diagnosis
A thorough and sensitive assessment
Information on appropriate treatment options
Post diagnosis education, support and future planning advice
Links for clients or their…

Manaaki Raatonga aa Iwi (formerly iRS)

… enables us to regularly change what we offer. Wha have alos provided a description of what we offer both onsite and in the community opportunities who access our service.

A recovery focused rehabilitation service for tangata whaiora with high and complex mental health needs which:

believes in your right to self determination
supports you to achieve your dreams and aspirations
works in partnership with you, and your whānau to use your strengths
helps you to build a bridge to a life worth livin…

I'm not well, where do I go?

… Accident and Urgent Medical
Cnr Thackeray, Anglesea St, Hamilton

Victoria Clinic
173 Anglesea Street, Hamilton

Tui Medical Rototuna
Horsham Downs Road and Thomas Road, Hamilton

Tui Medical Te Rapa
26 Bryant Rd, Te Rapa, Hamilton

3. Do I need urgent mental health support?YES  - In an emergency – if you feel someone is at risk of harm to themselves or others dial 111 and ask for Police. For urgent mental health support call Crisis Assessment and Home Treatment  0800 50 50 50 (24 hours a day,…