Waihi Family Doctors is one of 15 healthcare providers operating 29 GP Practices within the Hauraki PHO (HPHO) . PHO's are funded through District Health Boards to provide access to primary care services.
HPHO's enrolled and funded population sits at approximately 150,000 with a further 5,000 people regularly receiving services from HPHO provider partners.
Waikato District Health Board
Waikato DHB plans, funds and provides hospital, health and disability services to the more than 373,000 people, either directly or by funding and contracting other providers. includes a tertiary hospital, a secondary hospital, three rural hospitals and it also offers a wide range of community-based and health promotion services.
Bay of Plenty District Health Board
Services are provided through Tauranga Hospital in the Western BOP, and Whakatane Hospital in the Eastern BOP.
Waihi Family Doctors proud to be an accredited CORNERSTONE practice.
CORNERSTONE is an accreditation programme specifically designed by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners for general practices in New Zealand.
CORNERSTONE is a combined quality improvement and quality assurance process which allows a practice to measure themselves against a defined set of standards titled Aiming for Excellence - standard for New Zealand general practice.
National Cervical Screening Programme
- rest home
- hospital level
- secure Dementia unit
Waihi Lifecare Hospital
Waihi Hospital provides long term hospital care, acute care, respite care, palliative care, resthome care, Meals on Wheels and Hospice care.
Waihi Maternity Annexe, LMC Care
A list of local LMC or midwifes can be found on the website.
Hospice's aim is to help people make the most of their lives; to live every moment in whatever way is important to them.
Anyone living with a life limiting condition – e.g. heart failure, motor neurone disease, MS or cancer – can access and benefit from hospice services.
Hospice care has a unique whole person approach – which means physical, spiritual, emotional and social needs are equally important – a multidisciplinary team provides care for the person who is dying and their families and friends, both before and after a death.
Hospice support can be provided in your own home, or in one of their inpatient units.