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Health services in Canterbury are listed alphabetically below, if you are visiting a hospital, contact and location information for most services are on our hospitals pages.
You can find a General Practice team by either using our General Practices (GP) map, or by visiting the listings of General Practices on each of the three local Public Health Organisation (PHO) websites.
Specialist services provided by the Christchurch Hospital Nuclear Medicine Department include; Diagnostic Imaging, Radiopharmacy and Radionuclide Therapies.
Specialist palliative care services in the community are provided by the Nurse Maude Hospice Palliative Care Team.
The Community Services within the Older Persons Health Service comprises of six interdisciplinary Community Services teams that cover the greater Christchurch area.
Oromairaki is a contemporary new birthing facility in Selwyn Community, located within the Selwyn Health Hub - Toka Hapāi.
Orthopaedic Outpatients (Bone Shop) department provides follow up care to patients with broken or damaged bones/muscles in an outpatient setting. Orthopaedic Acute Care (OAC) provides specialist acute orthopaedic assessment and management of bone and muscle injuries.
The PSAID Community Team provides comprehensive outpatient mental health assessment and treatment.
The Burwood Pain Management Centre is based at Burwood Hospital. Our aim is to restore functional ability and enable individuals to live as independently as possible despite their pain.
Palliative care is a holistic approach to the care of people with progressive incurable disease, that aims to prevent and relieve suffering.
Pegasus Health is the Primary Health Organisation (PHO) for most Christchurch general practices, plus general practices in Selwyn District.
A list of Canterbury community pharmacies with their opening hours...
Physiotherapy often abbreviated PT, is primarily concerned with the remediation of impairments and disabilities and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential...
Plastic surgery is a medical specialty concerned with the "correction" or restoration of form and function. Plastic surgery includes many types of re-constructive surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, and the treatment of burns.
The Psychiatric Consultation Service provides access to assessment, treatment and advice to hospitals in Christchurch for psychological and psychiatric issues...
The PSAID Inpatient Unit provides treatment of mental health disorders for adults with intellectual disabilities.
Our service offers support to children, young people and their families across all schools in Canterbury with nurses based at some rural facilities.
Purapura Whetu provides Adult Community Mental Health, Whānau Ora Mental Health, Te Hā Waitaha - Stop Smoking Canterbury and other health services.
The Radiation Oncology Department provides cancer patients with Radiation Therapy treatment. It is part of the Canterbury Regional Cancer & Haematology Service (CRCHS) at Christchurch Hospital.
The Radiology Department is organised to provide secondary and tertiary radiology services to both people in Canterbury and the wider South Island.
Rangiora community maternity unit is located within the Rangiora Health Hub and is located approximately 40 minutes’ drive from Christchurch and provides primary birthing care and postnatal maternity services.
Rehua Marae provides Kaumātua day programmes and Kaumātua day support services.
The Respiratory Department provides specialist care for a wide range of respiratory conditions such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), asthma, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, sleep apnoea and many other conditions.
Riccarton Clinic provides triaged walk-in access to medical and accident treatments during our extended hours of operation from 8am to 8pm, every day.
Seagar Clinic is an inpatient rehabilitation unit which offers a recovery-based programme that enables people with mental health issues to live fulfilling lives in the community.
Social work services are based at Christchurch Hospital and Burwood Hospital. Social workers help patients, and can also assist their families or carers.
Speech Language Therapy provides assessment and management to individuals with communication and/or swallowing disorders.
The Burwood Spinal Unit (BSU) provides services for people with spinal cord impairments caused by accident, illness or congenital abnormalities.
St. George’s maternity centre is located within the St. George’s Hospital and is located approximately 12 minutes’ drive from Christchurch Women’s Hospital and provides primary birthing care and postnatal maternity services.
The Burwood Surgical Service is a centre of excellence dedicated primarily to Elective Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation.
Tangata Atumotu Trust is a Pasifika health provider. Tangata Atumotu Trust work across a wide range of sectors to improve health outcomes for the Pasifika community Canterbury.
Te Awakura is a facility for adults with acute mental illness that require 24 hour nursing care. Assessments and treatment are provided by a multidisciplinary team.
Te Kakakura Trust provide Mental Health Residential, Community Support Worker and other health services.
Te Puawaitanga Ki Otautahi Trust provide Tamariki Ora / Well Child, Whānau Support, Parenting Support and other health services.
Te Rūnanga O Nga Maata Waka provide support Services to Mama and their Pēpi (Mothers and Babies).
Te Tai o Marokura provide mobile disease state management, Tamariki Ora – Wellchild, Mama & Pēpi, whānau ora, AOD and other health services.
Te Whare Mahana Whānau is a whānau-family accommodation facility for eligible family members, supporting a whānau member using services at Christchurch Hospital.
An inpatient extended care unit which provided 24 hour care and support for people with mental health issues that require a longer stay in hospital. This unit closed in January 2023.
Single Point of Entry is a person’s initial contact with the mental health services. It streamlines the way people are referred for the Adult Community Mental Health Services they require.
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