List of hospitals in New Zealand

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This is a list of hospitals in New Zealand.

Northland Region[edit]

Auckland Region[edit]

Auckland Hospital, 1910
Middlemore Hospital buildings, looking west

Waikato[edit]

Waikato Hospital
  • Braemar Hospital (Private), Hamilton
  • Henry Bennett Centre (Mental Health)
  • Huntly Birthcare
  • Liston Height Hospital (formerly known as Care and Independence Hospital) - Taupo
  • Matariki Hospital - Te Awamutu
  • Maurvern Community Hospital
  • Pohlen Hospital (Private)
  • Raglan Trust Hospital
  • Rhoda Reid Hospital - Morrinsville
  • River Ridge East Birth Centre - Hamilton
  • Southern Cross Hospital - Hamilton (Private)
  • Taupo Hospital - Taupo
  • Te Aroha District Community Hospital
  • Te Kuiti Hospital - Te Kuiti
  • Thames Hospital - Thames
  • Tokanui Hospital (defunct)
  • Tokoroa Hospital - Tokoroa
  • Waikato Hospital - Hamilton
  • Waterford Birth Centre, Hamilton

Bay of Plenty[edit]

  • Bethlehem Birthing Centre (Private) - Tauranga
  • Grace Hospital (Private) - Tauranga
  • Rotorua Hospital - Rotorua
  • Southern Cross Hospital (Private) - Rotorua
  • Tauranga Hospital - Tauranga
  • Whakatane Hospital - Whakatane

Gisborne[edit]

  • Chelsea Hospital (Private) - Gisborne
  • Gisborne Hospital - Gisborne

Hawke's Bay[edit]

  • Central Hawke's Bay Health Centre - Waipukurau
  • Hawke's Bay Hospital - Hastings
  • Royston Hospital (Private) - Hastings
  • Wairoa Hospital - Wairoa

Defunct

Taranaki[edit]

  • Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth
    Hawera Hospital - Hawera
  • Southern Cross Hospital (Private) - New Plymouth
  • Taranaki Base Hospital - New Plymouth

Manawatu-Wanganui[edit]

  • Lake Alice Hospital (closed)
    Crest Hospital (Private) - Palmerston North
  • Belverdale Hospital (Private) - Whanganui
  • Dannevirke Community Hospital - Dannevirke
  • Horowhenua Health Centre - Levin
  • Palmerston North Hospital - Palmerston North
  • Taumarunui Hospital - Taumarunui
  • Te Papaioea Birthing Centre (Private) - Palmerston North
  • Whanganui Hospital - Whanganui

Defunct

Wellington Region[edit]

Frontage of demolished old Wellington Hospital (photo by Virginia McMillan)
  • Boulcott Hospital (Private) – Lower Hutt
  • Bowen Hospital (Private) – Crofton Downs
  • Hutt Hospital – Lower Hutt
  • Kapiti Health Centre – Paraparaumu
  • Kenepuru Hospital – Porirua
  • Selina Sutherland Hospital (Private) – Masterton
  • Southern Cross Hospital (Private) – Newtown
  • Te Awakairangi Birthing Centre (Private) - Lower Hutt
  • Wairarapa Hospital – Masterton
  • Wakefield Hospital (Private) – Newtown
  • Wellington Hospital – Newtown
Defunct

Nelson/Marlborough[edit]

  • Arthur McCaa Health Centre - Murchison
  • Braemar Hospital (Mental Health) - (closed in 2000)
  • Churchill Trust Hospital (Private)
  • Golden Bay Community Hospital - Takaka
  • Manuka Street Hospital (Private)
  • Motueka Community Hospital
  • Murchison Hospital
  • Ngawhatu Hospital (Mental Health) - Stoke (closed in 2000)
  • Nelson Hospital (main hospital and separate mental health unit)
  • Wairau Hospital - Blenheim
  • Witherlea (Mental Health)

West Coast[edit]

Canterbury[edit]

Christchurch Hospital
  • Akaroa Community Hospital - Akaroa
  • Ashburton and Rural Hospital - Ashburton
  • Bethesda Hospital (Private)
  • Bidwill Trust Hospital (Private) - Timaru
  • Burwood Hospital
  • Canterbury Charity Hospital (Community)
  • Cashmere Sanatorium (defunct)
  • Cashmere View Hospital (Private)
  • Christchurch Hospital
    • Christchurch Women's Hospital (now part of Christchurch Public Hospital)
  • Darfield Hospital
  • Ellesmere Hospital
  • Forté Health (Private)
  • Hillmorton Hospital
  • Kaikoura Hospital
  • Lincoln Maternity Hospital
  • Lyndhurst Hospital (Closed)
  • Nurse Maude Memorial Hospital (Private)
  • Oxford Clinic Hospital (Closed)
  • Rangiora Hospital
  • Princess Margaret Hospital, Christchurch
  • Queen Mary Hospital - Hanmer Springs (Closed)
  • Southern Cross Hospital - Christchurch (Private)
  • St. George's Hospital (Private)
  • St. John of God Hospital (Private)
  • St. Nicholas Medical Hospital (Private)
  • Sunnyside Hospital (defunct)
  • Talbot Hospital
  • Timaru Hospital
  • Tuarangi Home - Ashburton
  • Waikari Hospital

Otago[edit]

Dunedin Public Hospital from Signal Hill, September 2007
  • Alexandra Hospital (defunct with the construction of the new Dunstan facility)
  • Ashburn Hall
  • Clutha Health First (Community Trust)
  • Dunedin Public Hospital
  • Dunstan Hospital - Clyde
  • Glamis Hospital (Private, defunct)
  • Lakes District Hospital, Frankton
  • Mercy Hospital, Dunedin (formerly called Mater Misericordia) (Private)
  • Oamaru Hospital (Community Trust)
  • Queen Mary Hospital, Dunedin (Maternity hospital, defunct)
  • Ranfurly Hospital (Community Trust)
  • Seacliff Mental Hospital (defunct)
  • St. Andrew's Hospital
  • Wakari Hospital, Dunedin

Southland Region[edit]

  • Calvary Hospital (Private)
  • Peacehaven Home and Hospital (Private)
  • Gore Hospital - Gore
  • Seddon Memorial Hospital - Gore
  • Southern Cross Hospital - Invercargill (Private)
  • Southland Hospital - Invercargill (formerly known as Kew Hospital)

Offshore islands[edit]

  • Chathams Hospital

National services[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Largest hospital in New Zealand switches to Masimo SET Oximetry". News-Medical.Net. 29 June 2004
  2. ^ Walsh, Rebecca (2 April 2005). "McDonald's discharges itself after eight years at Starship". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 13 November 2011.
  3. ^ Borley, Craig (26 June 2008). "$6m intensive care unit the most advanced in NZ". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 25 October 2011.
  4. ^ "Diver flown to Devonport with the bends". The New Zealand Herald. 25 January 2010. Retrieved 7 February 2011.
  5. ^ "Editorial: Hospital funding not fair". The New Zealand Herald. 9 July 2007. Retrieved 1 November 2011.
  6. ^ Dow, Derek A. (2005). Auckland's hospitals : a pictorial history 1847-2004. [Auckland, N.Z.]: Auckland District Health Board. pp. 34–36. ISBN 0476014107. OCLC 156777585.
  7. ^ "Hospital emergency department in 'crisis'." The New Zealand Herald. 1 August 2008.

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