Our departments and wards
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See below for information about Whanganui Hospital's departments and wards.

Whanganui Hospital's Theatre Services Unit
Whanganui Hospital's Theatre Services Unit includes pre-admission clinics, a day of surgery unit, endoscopy clinics, operating theatres and a post-anaesthetic care unit (recovery room).
Whanganui Hospital's Medical Ward
Whether you are a patient or visitor in Whanganui Hospital's Medical Ward you will notice we use a 'team nursing' model for providing you with the best possible care.
Whanganui Hospital's Surgical Ward
Whether you are a patient or visitor in Whanganui Hospital's Surgical Ward you will notice we use a 'team nursing' model for providing you with the best possible care.
Whanganui Hospital's ATR Ward
Whether you are a patient or visitor in our Assessment, Treatment & Rehabilitation Ward (ATR) you will notice we use a 'team nursing' model for providing you with the best possible care.
Whanganui Hospital's Emergency Department
Whanganui Hospital's Emergency Department provides 24-hour care for the assessment and treatment of serious illness or injury requiring urgent attention.
Whanganui Hospital's Critical Care Unit
Whanganui Hospital's Critical Care Unit caters for critically ill, cardiac and high dependancy patients who require a highly specialised level of care.
Whanganui Hospital's Children's Ward
Infants, children and adolescents up to the age of 15 years are cared for in Whanganui Hospital's Children's Ward.
Whanganui Hospital's Maternity Unit
Whanganui Hospital's Maternity Unit provides inpatient care for women and their babies throughout pregnancy, as well as during and after birth.