What is Ward 65 in Auckland hospital?

What is Ward 65 in Auckland hospital?

Ward 65 – General Medical – Hospital Ward in Grafton.

What is Ward 68 Auckland hospital?

infectious diseases ward
The infectious diseases service at Auckland City Hospital contributes to the care of people with a wide variety of infections both within the hospital and in the Auckland/Northland community. We directly look after a small number of people on the infectious diseases ward (Ward 68), Level 6 of the new hospital building.

What is Ward 63 Auckland hospital?

Usual Visiting Hours for inpatients on the infectious diseases ward (Ward 63) are from 11am to 8pm each day.

What is Ward 64 Auckland hospital?

Ward Clerk- Ward 64, Cancer and Blood Service, Auckland City Hospital.

What is a general medical ward?

General medicine is the medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis, management and non-surgical treatment of unusual or serious diseases. The Care Group has four acute general medicine wards, including two Acute Medical Units.

Can you visit hospital in Level 2?

Most hospital and specialist appointments are still happening during Level 2, but there may be some changes and different rules to protect everyone from COVID-19. If you need to come to the hospital for your appointment. …

What’s the difference between a medical and surgical ward?

“What’s the difference between a medical ward and a surgical ward?” Patients on a surgical ward are receiving pre and post-op treatments. Their care can involve surgeons and other kinds of specialists. Patients on a medical ward receive care unrelated to any stage of a surgical procedure.

What does orange light mean NZ?

At Orange, there will be community transmission of COVID-19, with increasing risks to vulnerable communities, and pressure on the health system.

Are dentists open in Level 3?

The treatment scenarios under Alert Level 3 remain the same as under Alert Level 4. This means that you can provide ONLY urgent and emergency care to your patients. All dental treatment for urgent or emergency care which cannot be deferred should continue where the PPE and room requirements can be met.

What are the wards at Auckland City Hospital?

There are four wards at Auckland City Hospital that form part of the Home and Older People’s Health Service. The four wards are located in the the Support Building. Awatea Ward and Marino Ward are on level 14. Rangitoto Ward and Remuera Ward are on Level 13. These wards work very closely as a team and a unit.

What is the largest hospital in New Zealand?

Auckland City Hospital is New Zealand’s largest public hospital and clinical research facility. It’s committed to excellence in patient care, research, training and community service. For serious injury and health concerns, go to your closest hospital emergency department or call 111.

How do I get to Auckland City Hospital?

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