A comprehensive alphabetical list of Canterbury District Health Board services.

Services A - Z

    Māori Advocacy Service

    We welcome your feedback, please use our feedback form to send us a patient compliment or complaint.

    Also listed as Compliments & Complaints, Patient feedback, Health and Disability Advocacy Service, Complaints

    Māori and Pacific Health

    The Canterbury District Health Board is committed to a programme of actions and activities aimed at improving Māori and Pacific health outcomes.

    Also listed as Pacific health services, Māori health services

    Māori Health Service

    Ngā Ratonga Hauora Māori (The Māori Health Service) is available to help patients and whanau through their hospital journey with culturally appropriate advice and support.

    Also listed as Ngā Ratonga Hauora Māori / The Māori Health Service

    Māori health services

    The Canterbury District Health Board is committed to a programme of actions and activities aimed at improving Māori and Pacific health outcomes.

    Also listed as Māori and Pacific Health, Pacific health services

    Māori Health Services

    A comprehensive list of Māori health community services and Māori services that are located within our hospitals and primary care locations.

    Māori Health Services

    The aim of the Smoking Programme is to reduce the prevalence of smoking and smoking-related harm amongst Māori.

    Also listed as Smoking Programme

    Māori Mental Health

    Nga Pukenga Atawhai (Specialist Māori Mental Health Workers) work as members of multidisciplinary clinical teams to provide cultural support to the Tangata Whaiora, their Whanau, the clinician and service.

    Also listed as Te Korowai Atawhai (Māori Mental Health Service), Māori Mental Health

    Maternal Fetal Medicine

    At Christchurch Women's Hospital we offer a comprehensive range of specialist antenatal services and clinics for women facing more complicated pregancies and requiring extra support.

    Also listed as Maternity Outpatients Department, Christchurch Maternity Outpatients, Maternity Clinics, Day Assessment Unit (DAU)

    Maternity

    Christchurch Women's Hospital provides primary, secondary and tertiary obstetric and maternity services 24 hours a day, seven days a week for preganant women.

    Also listed as Christchurch Women's Hospital

    Maternity Clinics

    At Christchurch Women's Hospital we offer a comprehensive range of specialist antenatal services and clinics for women facing more complicated pregancies and requiring extra support.

    Also listed as Maternity Outpatients Department, Christchurch Maternity Outpatients, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Day Assessment Unit (DAU)

    Maternity Outpatients Department

    At Christchurch Women's Hospital we offer a comprehensive range of specialist antenatal services and clinics for women facing more complicated pregancies and requiring extra support.

    Also listed as Christchurch Maternity Outpatients, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Maternity Clinics, Day Assessment Unit (DAU)

    Maternity Services

    Canterbury DHB has a range of maternity services including pregnancy and parenting classes, pregnancy testing and post-natal care.

    Maternity Services

    Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) provide many health services for women, a directory of women's health services including non CDHB women's health services can also be found in this section.

    Also listed as Women's Health, Gynaecology, Terminations of Pregnancy, Women's Health Provider Directory, Birthing Locations and Postnatal Care

    Maxillofacial surgery

    The Dental Department provides specialist care in the areas of Special Needs Dentistry, Pedodontics, Orthodontics and Prosthodontics. The service also provides a relief of pain clinic and a full dental clearance clinic for low income adults.

    Also listed as Dental Department, Dental Service (Hospital), Hospital Dental Service, Oral Medicine, Oral Health

    Meal times

    Useful information about your stay in our hospitals, what happens when you are admitted, what to bring with you and our approach to your care.

    Also listed as Your stay in hospital, Arriving at the ward, Enquiries from relatives, Calls from relatives and friends, Interpreter services, Meals on Wheels and home help, Out of town accommodation , Smokefree, Infection prevention

    Meals on Wheels

    The Meals on Wheels service is designed to provide a freshly cooked hot dinner meal at midday for those that find it difficult to prepare or access a hot meal.

    Meals on Wheels and home help

    Useful information about your stay in our hospitals, what happens when you are admitted, what to bring with you and our approach to your care.

    Also listed as Your stay in hospital, Arriving at the ward, Enquiries from relatives, Calls from relatives and friends, Interpreter services, Out of town accommodation , Smokefree, Meal times, Infection prevention

    Media guide and enquiries

    In the event of a trauma or an emergency, the media plays a vital role by providing the community with the latest news and public service announcements.

    Also listed as Guide for the media

    Medical Officer of Health

    Community and Public Health (CPH) provides public health services to those people living in the Canterbury, South Canterbury and West Coast regions.

    Also listed as Community & Public Health, Community and Public Health, Public Health, Health Officer, Canterbury Medical Officer of Health, Outbreak

    Medical Physics & Bioengineering

    Medical Physics and Bioengineering provides scientific and technical services for safe, effective, and innovative patient care.

    Also listed as Bioengineering

    Medication to take home

    Information about being discharged from hospital, what happens with medications and follow-up outpatient appointments.

    Also listed as Going home, Discharge from hospital

    Mental Health (Totara House)

    The Early Intervention in Psychosis Service (Totara House) provides specialist assessment, treatment and support for young people (18-30) experiencing a first episode of psychosis.

    Also listed as Early Intervention in Psychosis Service (Totara House), Totara House, Psychosis (Totara House)

    Midwifery Quality & Leadership Programme (QLP)

    The Midwifery Quality and Leadership programme provides a national framework for midwives to enhance their professional development and be recognised for their knowledge, skills and contribution towards their DHBs quality and leadership activities.

    Midwifery Return to Practice Programme (RTP)

    The Midwifery Return to Practice programme supports clinical placements for midwives returning to midwifery practice, to achieve the Midwifery Council of New Zealand requirements for working professionally and safely within their scope of practice.

Page last reviewed: 13 September 2013
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