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Product/device: If your study involves the use of a new product or device/machine, you will be asked for further information to ensure that the items have the appropriate checks (e.g. biomedical, infection prevention and control, health and safety) prior to use. Full instructions will be forwarded to you by the research office.
Registry/Database: If your study involves adding data to a registry or database held outside of Waikato DHB, you ma...
Hēoi, ka mihi tonu mō rātou kua hingahinga atu.
Nō reira, ka āpiti hōno tātai hōno, rātou ki a rātou, ā,
ka āpiti hōno tātai hōno, tātou e waha tonu i te kaupapa o te hauora ki a tātou.
Nō reira kei te mihi ake.
Greetings, to all of us who are energetically involved in the promotion of Māori health;
with special reference to those who have passed away;
The security of our staff, those in our care and our premises is managed in accordance with a number of protocols and DHB policies including our Health and Safety Policy, Security Policy, Surveillance Policy, Risk Management Policy, Incident Management Policy, and in compliance with our legal responsibilities and various external standards.
The security of our information is...
Responsible for arranging appointments, booking scans, typing medical records, filing, and the day-to-day running of the radiation therapy department. They are also a great source of information for general questions.
Performs important roles behind the scenes working in all aspects of radiation therapy. They are responsible for developing and directing quality control programs for equipment and procedures. They also ta...
To support the organisation and its delivery of health services, Waikato DHB has a number of corporate, performance and infrastructure services, including:
Business & Support (including Biomedical Engineering and...
The Intellectual Disability Clinic (ID Clinic) provides an assessment to establish whether a child or young person has an Intellectual Disability (ID). Intellectual Disability is a life long condition, which affects learning, understanding and problem solving. It is one of the most common causes of ongoing developmental delays and learning difficulties...
Ph: 07 868 8644
Address: 732 B Queen Street, Thames
Website: www.capshauraki.co.nz(external link)
CAPS Hauraki also have offices in Coromandel and Paeroa and Mary Street, Thames – please contact the Thames office on 07 868 8644 or firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment
9am - 4pm
Counselling & Social work support, Youth Services, and SASS ( Sexual...