Formerly known as Waihi Hospital, this historic and much loved icon of the Waihi Township is now under new ownership with an exciting makeover in the pipelines and improved services for the community.
Waihi Lifecare provides exceptional, compassionate care; by focusing on individual needs we keep everyone mentally and physically active, enhancing quality of life.
Waihi Lifecare provides 24- hour care for those who can no longer manage safely in their own home, providing hospital services, rest home, respite and palliative care. Still present since its addition in 1940 is the Maternity Annex and surrounding the main buildings are 25 gorgeous cottages for independent living.
News And Events
Welcome to Waihi Lifecare Julius - please tell me a little about yourself and what your role is in the Facility My name is Julius Vicente and I am the Diversional Therapist at Waihi Lifecare. I finished my Certificate in Diversional Therapy and Community Health at the...
Tell me about your Birthing Centre achievements in 2019 Margaret? Wow, the year has seen so much happen for us. Creating a strong and passionate team to provide our care has been a highlight achievement. We are proud of our newly designed logo for our centre which...
Dominique tell me about yourself and your experience in the Aged Care sector. I am a married, mum of two. A Registered Nurse with the majority of my nursing career (past 11 years) being in Gerontology/ Aged Care. Nursing wasn’t on my radar until a gap year between...
Bev, the Stubbs family and on Homer’s behalf, would like to express their special thanks to the staff at Waihi Lifecare Hospital for the caring love you give to all, and my husband Homer. Over the 10 weeks Homer was in your care you made us welcome. Your compassionate love and care greatly eased Homer’s final journey allowing us all – especially Bev – to spend precious special time with him. Waihi is so fortunate to have their facility and we sincerely hope that the people of Waihi will help to support this special place.
Bev Stubbs, Peter, Jan, Carol and John
Bay Of Plenty Times, April 18 2019