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Wakefield Hospital - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

Private Surgical Service

This is where you will come to have your surgery performed. The visits to your surgeon before and after surgery will be at their consulting rooms.

Description

Wakefield Hospital is the largest private hospital in the Wellington region. It is located in the suburb of Newtown and is owned and operated by parent company Acurity Health Group Limited.

Based in the heart of Wellington, Wakefield Hospital offers a wide range of high-quality private healthcare services with a team of experienced specialists and the latest in techniques and equipment available. We have a proud history of offering our patients the very best of care in our modern and comfortable facilities.

Private healthcare allows choice, flexibility and access to specialists who use the latest techniques in treatment. You are free to nominate your specialist and can expect your consultation and treatment in a timely manner without waiting list restrictions. Early treatment and intervention is often pivotal in ensuring the best outcome for patients.

Consultants

Procedures / Treatments

  • Birthmarks (Naevi)

    Raised naevi may be removed surgically by cutting down to the level of the skin but naevi that may have become cancerous will be cut out entirely and stitches will be required. More

  • Breast Enlargement

    Surgery to increase breast size involves inserting silicone sacks (implants) filled with silicone gel or salt water (saline) under the chest muscle and skin.… More

  • Breast Lift

    This is an operation that can lift and reshape sagging breasts.… More

  • Breast Reconstruction - Implants

    A silicone sack filled with either silicone gel or saline (salt water) is inserted underneath the chest muscle and skin.… More

  • Breast Reduction

    Surgery to reduce breast size involves making a cut (incision) around the areola (the dark area around the nipple) straight downwards and along the crease beneath the breast.… More

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Surgery to relieve carpal tunnel syndrome involves making a cut (incision) from the middle of the palm of your hand to your wrist.… More

  • Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate

    Surgery to repair a cleft lip involves making a cut (incision) on both sides of the gap in the lip (cleft).… More

  • Ear Surgery (Otoplasty)

    Cuts (incisions) are made behind the ears through which the cartilage in the ear can be reshaped or removed. More

  • Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)

    This procedure typically involves making a small cut (incision) in the fold of the eyelid (for the upper lid) or just below the eyelashes (for the lower lid) and removing any excess skin and/or fat. More

  • Face Lift

    In a typical face lift, cuts (incisions) are made within the hairline in front of and around behind the ears.… More

  • Facial Implants

    Implants can be put into your chin, cheeks or jaw to improve the shape and/or size of the bones in these areas.… More

  • Lip Enhancement

    In this procedure, small cuts (incisions) are made on the inside of the lip and the tissue is reshaped. More

  • Liposuction

    This procedure removes unwanted pockets of fat from under your skin in specific parts of the body such as the chin, neck, upper arms, stomach, hips and thighs.… More

  • Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty)

    Small cuts (incisions) are made either on the inside or outside (in the creases) of the nose.… More

  • Scar Revision

    This usually involves cutting out the old scar, closing the wound with stitches and, in some cases, moving the scar so that it is hidden by natural features of the body.… More

  • Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)

    Cuts (incisions) are made across the lower stomach and around the tummy button and the muscles underneath are pulled together and stitched.… More

  • Varicose Veins

    The following different types of surgery are available if varicose veins require treatment: Sclerotherapy – a tiny needle is used to inject a chemical solution into the vein that causes the vein to collapse.… More

Visiting Hours

Daily 9:00am to 9:00pm.

Please note that Level 2 (the Cardiac Ward), ICU and HDU are closed for a rest period between 1:00pm and 3:00pm daily.

Refreshments

Snacks can be purchased from the cafeteria between 9:00am and 2:00pm Monday to Friday.

Parking

Free parking is provided within the hospital grounds.

Accommodation

Wakefield Hospital has a limited number of standard apartments on site which can be booked for family if required. These units sleep up to four people and must be booked through our reception prior to your hospital admission.

To book an apartment please email us or contact the hospital reception on (04) 381 8100 - Extn 0.

Pharmacy

Nearest community pharmacy here

Contact Details

Wakefield Hospital

Wellington

Toll Free Phone: 0800 WAKEFIELD (0800 925 334)

Florence Street (off Riddiford Street)
Newtown
Wellington

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Street Address

Florence Street (off Riddiford Street)
Newtown
Wellington

Postal Address

Wakefield Hospital
Private Bag 7909
Wellington 6242

This page was last updated at 3:57PM on March 4, 2019. This information is reviewed and edited by Wakefield Hospital - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.