General Surgery and Urology - Ward 3A
Ward 3A's professional team, are committed to providing high quality, supportive care. Working together, staff, patients and family/whanau aim to create a nurturing and healing environment, to achieve the optimum patient experience.
Riu 3 tīma mātanga ka herea kia āhua whakarato tiaki tautoko. Kia mahi ngātahi kaimahi tūoro me ngā whanau ,a te pūtake kia hangaia he whakaora taiao kia tutuki te tino arotau tūoro wheako .
Ward 3A is located on level three of the main ward block at Base Hospital. It is a busy 30 bed ward catering for adult general surgery and urology. The ward also provides care for patients from orthopaedic, otolaryngology, dental, gynaecology, ophthalmology, and medical services.
Ward 3A has a dedicated team including: nursing staff, case manager, surgeons, doctors, physio therapist, dietitian, occupational therapist, stomal therapist, wound clinical nurse specialist, and other allied health and clinical support providers; are dedicated, hard working and thrive on a challenge. Our surgical consultant staff includes six surgeons and Urologic Limited provide a urology service.
We are a Releasing Time to Care (RTC) ward and are also implementing Care Capacity Demand Management (CCDM) within the ward.
Releasing Time to Care
RTC is a programme developed by the English National Health Service (NHS) being successfully implemented in DHBs throughout New Zealand. The aim of the programme is to free up time in our nurses' day so they can increase the amount of time they have for direct patient care and improve the safety, reliability and efficiency of the care delivered to the patient.
Care Capacity Demand Management
CCDM is an organisational approach that ensures the right number of skilled staff are in the right place at the right time, with appropriate resources to meet patients' needs (demand) and deliver safe, effective and efficient care.
Visiting hours are 2pm to 8pm daily. Visitors are asked not to visit if suffering from an infection and to avoid visiting during the tea period, 5-6pm.
(06) 753 6139
Last updated: Tuesday, August 9, 2016