Waikato Healthcare

Excellent quality health services are available throughout the Waikato region.

Looking for general healthcare information?

In fact, Waikato Hospital in Hamilton is one of New Zealand’s largest single-site hospitals. If you live in some of the more remote areas of the Waikato you may need to travel to access certain health services.

Public Hospitals

There are 6 hospitals in the Waikato region. The largest is the Waikato hospital in Hamilton. There are also hospitals in Taupo, Thames, Tokoroa, Te Kuiti and Taumarunui

Hamilton

Waikato hospital | Waikato DHB hospitals

Thames, Tokoroa, Te Kuiti and Taumarunui

Use the Waikato DHB link above then select your region from the left hand menu

Taupo

Taupo hospital | Lakes DHB

Private hospitals

To find Private hospitals in Waikato search on this Ministry of Health webpage

Private hospitals | Ministry of Health

Dentists

All dentists are registered with the Dental Council of New Zealand. Use their website to find a dentist near you.

Dental Council of New Zealand

Local Health Centres and doctors (GPs)

Doctors (GPs)  are fully trained medical doctors who can advise you on your health and refer you for further tests or specialist treatment if needed. GPs are registered with a Primary Health Organisation (PHO). 

To find a PHO and GPs in the Waikato region use this site.

Choosing a GP or medical centre | Waikato DHB  

Mental Health Services

Mental healthcare services in the Waikato region are provided by Waikato DHB. Look on their website for details.

For urgent assistance after hours 7 days a week: 0800 50 50 50, or ring Healthline 0800 611 116

Mental health and addiction | Waikato DHB

After hours clinics

Anglesea Clinic is the delegated after hours service for almost all of the GPs in Hamilton, Cambridge, Morrinsville, Te Awamutu, Huntly, Te Kauwhata, and Raglan areas.

If you are feeling unwell or need some urgent medical advice, Healthline offers a 24 hour health service over the phone. You can call them on 0800 611 116.

Anglesea Medical - accident and emergency care, open 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Davies Corner | Tui Medical Centres - open from 8am-8pm, 7 days a week.

Rototuna | Tui Medical Centres - open from 8am-8pm, 7 days a week.

About Healthline | Ministry of Health

After hours pharmacies

The Doctor or health practitioner who writes your prescription will probably know the one closest to you. 

Anglesea Clinic Pharmacy is the delegated after hours service for almost all of the GPs in Hamilton, Cambridge, Morrinsville, Te Awamutu, Huntly, Te Kauwhata, and Raglan areas.

Anglesea Pharmacy

Davies Corner | Unichem - Open 7 days a week until 8pm.

Rototuna | Unichem - Open 7 days a week until 8pm.

Plunket

The Plunket Society (Plunket) offers information, support and developmental assessments of children at varying stages between birth and 5 years. They also organise car seat rental schemes, parenting education and parenting groups. See these links for services in your area.

Plunket also offers a free parent helpline and advice service available to all families and caregivers 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 0800 933 922 for parenting help.

Waikato | Plunket

Plunket line | Plunket

Having a baby

There are various options available for giving birth in the Waikato region. Check on the Ministry of Health website to see what is available in your area.

Waikato maternity facilities | Ministry of Health

Senior line

Senior Line is a phone service and online portal with information for older people and their carers who are making decisions about staying at home, retirement villages, day care options and rest homes. Call 0800 725 463 or visit the website

Waikato | Senior line

Hospice

Hospice is specialist care given to those with life-limiting illness. Hospice Waikato provides hospice care in the region free of charge and in the setting of their choice.

Hospice Waikato

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