1 Tuakau Road
Pukekohe Hospital was opened in 1953 as a maternity unit. In 1979 a Geriatric ward was built. Over time, the Hospital has changed its focus with ten clinic rooms utilised by visiting specialists from Counties Manukau DHB and the community.
Pukekohe Hospital currently has 26 beds, 10 of which are dedicated for Assessment Treatment and Rehabilitation. There is a full team of Senior Medical, Allied Health and Nursing staff. The balance of the beds are used for Respite and Palliative Care. We continue to have a limited number of beds for residential care.
The service is managed by an Operations Manager, Charge Nurse Manager, Registered Nurses, Allied Health Professionals, Health Care Assistants and Administration staff. They are supported by local General Practitioners and the Community Geriatrician from Counties Manukau Health.
Pukekohe Hospital hosts the Mobile Surgical Unit every six weeks, offering minor surgery on referral.
Maternity services, Home Health Care, Public Health Nurses and an Outpatient Rehabilitation Service are also based at the Hospital.
The Maternity Resource Centre offers advice for pregnancy and antenatal care and is located at the entrance to the Birthing Unit.
The Franklin Community Rapid Response Service operates from Pukekohe Hospital Site.
Click on a service below for all contact details
- Adult Rehabilitation & Health of Older People (ARHOP) More Info
- Alisha Clayton - Midwife More Info
- Charisma Midwifery Collective More Info
- Claire Eyes - Midwife @ Pukekohe Birthing Unit More Info
- Clare Kirby - Midwife More Info
- Community Health Service More Info
- Community Mental Health More Info
- Community Mental Health More Info
- Counties Manukau Health Community Midwifery Service More Info
- Diabetes More Info
- Diane Kempton - Midwife More Info
- Elaine Rudkin - Midwife, Acupuncturist and Wellness Provider More Info
- Keryn Mills - Midwife More Info
- Maternity Services More Info
- Megan Swarbrick - Midwife More Info
- Public Health Nursing More Info
- Pukekohe Primary Birthing Unit More Info
- Rheumatology More Info
- Services for Older People More Info
- Visiting hours for family/whaanau are 2pm – 8pm. Two visitors per patient at any one time during visiting hours.
- Patients may have one key support person who may visit between 8am – 8pm This will be restricted to adults only.
- Overnight visiting (8pm – 8am) for the key support person will be considered under compassionate grounds only.
- No children under 16 years unless approved under compassionate grounds.
There are some specialised services in the hospital where visiting hours may vary, for example, the Delivery Suite, or Intensive Care Unit. In these cases, signs will be in place with the relevant information. If you are not sure, please feel free to contact us at the numbers listed below:
- For Information/Visiting Hours: phone (09) 270 4799
- For Patient Enquiries: phone (09) 276 5004 or 0800 266 513
- For Tiaho Mai (Acute Mental Health Unit): phone (09) 270 4742
There are six disability car parks at the front entrance of Pukekohe Hospital. There is parking along the drive way for patients. Further parking is available (30 car parks) for patients and staff on the left as you enter the main drive - All parking is free.
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If you need to attend a medical appointment but are having difficulty with transport, Franklin Family Support Services operates a system that may entitle you to a free or subsidised return trip. For further details, please ring Franklin Family Support Services on 09 238 6233.
There are no charges for services to public patients if you are lawfully in New Zealand and meet one of the Eligibility Directions specified criteria set by the Ministry of Health. If you do not meet the criteria, you will be required to pay for the full costs of any medical treatment you receive during your stay.
To check whether you meet the specified eligibility criteria, visit the Ministry of Health website.
For any applicable charges, please phone the Accounts Receivable Office on (09) 276 0060.