We are here to provide you with the very best in services and facilities, so that you can provide the very best care for your patients.
At Wakefield Hospital, we employ more than 320 staff including over 90 qualified nurses. Our medical professionals are enthusiastically supported by the hospital administrators and management.
We are proud to attract some of the finest specialists in New Zealand, including specialists in high technology, low invasive techniques.
As a specialist in your field, we would love to offer you the opportunity to work among other highly respected specialists, in partnership with a first-rate nursing team.
At Wakefield we perform a wide range of diagnostic, interventional and surgical procedures, including cardiac surgery. Regular financial investment into facilities and equipment allows our specialists and staff to practice their profession within a superior medical environment.
Currently our Wakefield Hospital redevelopment is underway. This is a significant investment in the Wellington community, with $130 million committed to substantially redevelop the campus. The facility has been designed to the latest seismic codes and standards, making Wakefield one of the safest hospitals in New Zealand with the use of base isolators.
Our new hospital will provide central New Zealand with access to some of the most advanced medical services and treatment in the country, using the latest medical technologies.
Once completed, Wakefield Hospital will have 37 patient rooms, 10 ICU beds, six theatres and recovery areas, a cardiac cath lab, an endoscopy suite, medical imaging and much more. Wakefield Hospital theatres will also include AirFRAME technology upon their completion.
Full-time medical specialists also provide 24-hour care to complement our dedicated team of professional staff.
We have seven operating theatres, along with a 34-bed hospital, 10 recovery beds, x-ray and imaging services, Angiography Suite, dedicated 5-bed Intensive Care Unit, Endoscopy Unit and Cardiac Labs.
We are proud to be accredited against both national health standards and international best practice business standards. This ensures an organizational wide focus on quality and excellence.
Evolution Healthcare undertakes certification against the following standards:
New Zealand Health and Disability Services Standards (HDSS).
The HDSS enable consumers to be clear about their rights and providers to be clear about their responsibilities for safe outcomes. The standard ensures consumers receive safe and timely services and the services are appropriate and provided in an efficient manner within a clean and safe environment. Additional mandatory standards include restraint minimization and safe practice and infection prevention and control.
ISO 900:2015 Quality Management Systems (QMS).
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standard bodies. Adoption of the QMS is a strategic decision for an organization that can help improve its overall performance and provide a sound basis for sustainable development initiatives.
The potential benefits are:
– Ability to consistently provide products and service that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements
– Facilitating opportunity to enhance customer satisfaction
– Addressing risks and opportunities
– Ability to demonstrate conformity.
What is Net Promoter Score (NPS)?
Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a metric used to measure customer loyalty as it relates to company brand or to a product or service.
How is Net Promoter Score calculated?
Subtracting the percentage of Detractors from the percentage of Promoters yields the Net Promoter Score, which can range from a low of -100 (if every patient is a Detractor) to a high of 100 (if every patient is a Promoter).
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