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Resident doctors, RMOs and house officers

... specialties on one campus – loads of opportunities to learn procedures.
Good, affordable accommodation close to the hospital.
Enjoyable lifestyle – restaurants, nightclubs, galleries, sports events, family activities, ski-fields and surf beaches in easy reach.
Who we areOur role is to recruit, roster and retain resident medical officers (RMOs) at Waikato Hospital. We coordinate the Year 1 house officer selection working within the ACE process, and we also coordinate house officer, senior house...

How do I get to and from treatment?

... available to you, please see reception for these or ask your Radiation Therapist.

Drop off and pick up pointsThe Transit Lounge is the closest drop off point to the radiation therapy department. To get to the Transit Lounge, follow Hague Road until you reach the roundabout, turn left into Lomas Lane and follow signs to Transit Lounge (there is drop-off / pick up zone directly outside). There is seating and bathroom facilities in the transit lounge so it is a good place to wait if you are being...

Older Persons, Rehabilitation and Allied Health

Older Persons, Rehabilitation and Allied HealthThe Older Persons, Rehabilitation and Allied Health directorate includes services that are provided in inpatient wards, outpatient clinics, and in the community, and in clients’ homes. Specialist support is provided to clinical services at Thames Hospital and the three southern rural hospitals either in person or via Telehealth.

Hospital-based services
General assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for people 65 years plus or those close in age,...

Volunteer opportunities

... further information please contact our Volunteer coordinator.

Hospital hostsHospital hosts provide direction, hospitality and information to patients and visitors.
They provide physical and wheelchair assistance to those people who find it difficult to reach clinics and wards.

St John Friends of the Emergency Department (FEDs)St John FEDS support the work of our staff in the Emergency Department by providing assistance and reassurance to patients. They offer a listening ear and practical hel...

Volunteer opportunities

... further information please contact our Volunteer coordinator.

Hospital hostsHospital hosts provide direction, hospitality and information to patients and visitors.
They provide physical and wheelchair assistance to those people who find it difficult to reach clinics and wards.

St John Friends of the Emergency Department (FEDs)St John FEDS support the work of our staff in the Emergency Department by providing assistance and reassurance to patients. They offer a listening ear and practical help...

Preterm birth in a previous pregnancy

... diarrhoea which can cause bowel pain and discomfort.
An urgent assessment can be organised for you and your baby. The earlier premature labour is recognised, the better the chance that it can be stopped, with a better outcome for your baby. 

If you cannot reach your midwife call Waikato Hospital Women’s Assessment Unit (WAU) on 07 839 8800. The unit is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

First year house officers and NZREX doctors

... specialised as you want.
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A vibrant campus – a place to meet new friends as well as learn new skills.
A city that has everything except traffic gridlock and high rents.
Outdoor adventures waiting for you to jump in and play.
All within easy reach of Auckland to the north and the ski-fields of Mt Ruapehu to the south, and beaches to the east and west. 
Teaching programmeAll first year house officers have two hours of protected time each week to attend teaching sessions. We have a ded...

Going into labour

... before you go into labour.
Your waters breaking – your waters can break before labour, right at the end of labour, or anywhere in between. If the water coming out is green/brown, or quite red like blood, then call your midwife immediately. If you cannot reach your midwife or her back up midwifery partner call Waikato Hospital delivery suite on 07 839 8800. If there seems to be a lot of blood, dial 111 for an ambulance too.
Contractions beginning – contractions might feel like a strong, crampy,...