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Community Alcohol and Drugs (CADS)

… buprenorphine naloxone treatment. Once stabilised on treatment our GP shared cared service will provide support to your GP to continue your treatment.


Community Alcohol and Drugs Service (CADS)
Monday to Friday, 8am to 4.30pm
Phone: 07 834 6902

Mental Health Crisis Assessment and Treatment Service
Available 24/7
Phone: 0800 50 50 50


… complexity that requires specialist assessment.


history of head injury now presenting with progressive cognitive impairment
culture and/or language is a barrier to assessment by Primary Care.
major psychiatric disorder. (An assessment by Adult Mental Health Services may be requested prior to acceptance of the referral).
major personality change • atypical cognitive decline
strong family history of neurodegenerative disorder
Exclusion criteria1. Tangata whaiora with a confirmed intellec…

Older Persons and Rehabilitation Building

… 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 buildings, shops, cafes, etc. 

The Pembroke Street Carpark Building is near the Ol…

Suicide Prevention and Postvention

… suicide is one too many

Suicide prevention is everybody’s responsibility.  Everyone can have a role in promoting wellbeing, minimising harm and assisting those in crisis.
The Waikato DHB aims to reduce suicide and deliberate self-harm.
Strengthening mental health and wellbeing in the Waikato will make a positive difference in people’s lives. 
The Waikato District Health Board has an action plan which promotes collaboration between the Waikato DHB, communities and other agencies. The actions wi…


… duodenum/colon
malabsorption conditions
diabetes mellitus
cardiovascular disease
neuro-degenerative disorders
food allergy and intolerance
specialist feeding regimes e.g. enteral feeding
post-surgical clients e.g. wound healing
mental health conditions, e.g. eating disorders
kidney disease
Key personnel

Wendy Dodunski
Manager, Nutrition and Food 

Veronica Eichmann
Manager, Dietetics

LocationWaikato DHB’s dietitians work in community and hospital settings acros…

Past meetings

… big public meeting was held at the Taumarunui RSA in December where over 100 people attended. The meeting was coordinated with Taumarunui Community Kokiri Trust. The aim was for anyone to have their say and the conversations included those experiencing mental health and/or addiction issues, whānau/families and friends who wanted support to help their loved ones and GPs talking about their experiences of trying to assist those who need extra help in a rural community.

We recognised that some of…

Waikato Hospital

… Centre (MCC)
Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4pm 
Hauora ihub is a FREE kaupapa Māori approach to healthcare available to everyone offering wellness and health information and services.  

Services and information include:

Screening services
Smokefree support
Mental health and wellbeing
Immunisation for Tamariki
Hepatitis C testing
And more.


… available.

In an emergencyIf you feel someone is at risk of harm to themselves or others call 111 and ask for Police.

Healthline0800 611 116Registered nurses who provide health triage and advice.

Crisis Assessment and Home Treatment0800 50 50 50For urgent mental health support/advice. This is available for individuals of all ages and situations.

Need to talk?1737Free call or text 1737 any time, 24 hours a day. You’ll get to talk to (or text with) a trained counsellor. This service is comple…

Clinical Workstation

… Clinical Workstation
D10A Icons in Clinical Workstation Explained
D11A Admission Enquiry Events
D15A Using Laboratory Enquiry
D17A Using Forms
D18A Outpatient Appointments
D60A Logging Out of Clinical Workstation
D81A Passwords - Rules and Resetting
D83A Mental Health access for Primary Care
D104A Progress notes for Primary Care
3PPR1 3rd Party Password Reset – Register for Password Reset
3PPR2 3rd Party Password Reset – Change Password
3PPR3 3rd Party Password Reset – Reset My Password
3PPR4 3…