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At Southern Cross Healthcare supporting the health and wellness of our people is a priority. We’re committed to an environment in which our nurses and others feel supported, equipped for personal and professional success, and able to be their best.
Please note: All general health enquiries, questions or concerns should be directed by telephone to your admitting specialist or GP or local accident & emergency centre.
Southern Cross Healthcare is New Zealand’s largest independent healthcare network and is extremely proud to be an integral part of New Zealand’s wider healthcare system.
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We are delighted to announce a new partnership that will bring more quality healthcare to the top of Aotearoa.
Southern Cross Rotorua Hospital has been awarded for their creative solution that addresses nursing shortages.
This programme is fully funded by Southern Cross and has built resilience in over 122,000 tamariki and 8,500 educators in 425 schools.
As part of Southern Cross we’re proudly here for Aotearoa. Our vision is for New Zealanders to live healthier years for longer by supporting good health and wellbeing.
Read more about the impact Southern Cross made in 2022.
Read our 2022 Community Impact Report
All data is from 1 July 2022 - 30 June 2023.1Southern Cross hospitals and Southern Cross Healthcare joint venture partner hospitals.2Southern Cross Healthcare credentialled medical practitioners.3Work related health services include workplace assessments, health checks, monitoring, vaccinations, rehabilitation, back to work assistance and mental health support.These services are delivered by MedPro and Raise and our joint venture partners Active+ and TBI Health.4Delivered by MedPro and Raise and our joint venture partners Active+ and TBI Health.
This tool is intended for use by those about to undergo an elective surgical procedure.
Admission to hospital to undertake treatment puts you at HIGH risk of BLOOD CLOTS. If any of the following apply, YOU are at HIGHER RISK of developing a blood clot. Please note that there may be other factors which could increase your risk of blood clots. Please raise any issues of concern with your GP or treating medical specialist.
Select below as many of the points that apply to you.