Patients must reside within the Waitemata District Health Board (DHB) catchment area.
- ACC District Nursing Services The ACC District Nursing Service provides services to patients at home or at work, with injury related nursing needs that require the expertise and competency of a skilled, appropriately qualified nurse to promote rapid healing, rehabilitation and early return to work or participation in everyday activities, please click here
- Assessment Intervention Respiratory Service (AIRS)
The AIRS service aims to provide support for patients whose main health issue is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in both an inpatient setting and at home. For more information about this service, please click here.
- Assessment Treatment & Rehabilitation Service (AT&R)
AT&R provides a specialist inpatient service for older people with a mix of geriatric medicine and rehabilitation which is aimed at improving and maintaining the health and independence of older people. For more information about this service, please click here.
- Continence Service
This service is part of District Nursing.
Continence Nursing Specialist Service works with the patient to help manage continence issues linking with other healthcare professionals such as geriatricians, physiotherapists and dietitians, as indicated. For more information about these services, please click here.
- District Nursing
District Nursing provides home based nursing care including specialist wound care, palliative care and home based treatments such as the management of IV medication. District nurses also provide ACC nursing care for patients with both short and long term needs. For more information about this service, please click here.
- Gerontology Nurse Specialist Service (GNS) - Nga Kaitiaki Kaumatua
Gerontology Nurse Specialists provide gerontology nursing assessment, follow up and care coordination for older adults in the community who are at high risk due to increased frailty and complex situations. For more information about this service, please click here.
- Mental Health Services for Older Adults (MHSOA)
Mental Health Services for Older Adults is a service for service users aged 65 years and over and is provided in both an inpatient and community setting. The service is provided on the North Shore, and in Rodney District and West Auckland. For more information about this service, please click here.
- Needs Assessment and Service Co-ordination (NASC)
NASC helps older adults identify and access support services in the community to enable them to stay at home as safely and independently as possible. NASC also assists younger adults who require support services following hospitalisation or as part of a palliative care package. For more information about this service, please click here.
- Ostomy Service
This service is part of District Nursing and links with other clinicians such as colorectal surgeons and clinical nurse specialists and other members of the community multidisciplinary team.
Ostomy Nursing Specialist Service provides assessment, care and management of stomas including home visits and provision of supplies. Advice and counselling, both pre and post operatively, is also available. For more information about these services, please click here.
- Allied Health Services
Allied Health services are provided both in an inpatient and community setting. Allied Health disciplines include: Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Social Work and Speech Language Therapy. For more information about Community Allied Health services please click on the links below:
Community Dietetics (click here)
Community Occupational Therapy (click here)
Community Physiotherapy (click here)
Community Continence Physiotherapy (click here)
Community Social Work (click here)
Community Speech Language Therapy (click here)
- Acute Stroke Services
The Acute Stroke team includes stroke physicians, neurologists and stroke nurse specialists. This team provides specialised stroke care to all patients with a confident diagnosis of ischaemic or haemorrhagic stroke. The Acute Stroke Service has 10 allocated beds on Ward 2 and links with Assessment Treatment & Rehabilitation wards when a patient is likely to need a hospital stay of more than 5 days and rehabilitation is indicated.
- Residential Aged Care Integration Project (RACIP)
The Residential Aged Care Integration Programme (RACIP) is an innovative system to integrate care for older people living in aged care facilities and to support Residential Aged Care (RAC) staff. The programme employs a team of Gerontology Nurse Specialists and Wound Care Specialists. For more information about these services, please click here.