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is too. We care for you in your own home and community whenever possible
Because it’s always been about
people, not profit.
Caring for the community for more than 120 years
Nurse Maude provides services to more than 400,000 people each year, delivering over a million hours of district and specialist nursing, home support services, hospice and community palliative care and allied support. Complementary to these, are the Health and Mobility shop, linen service and frozen meals service.
The relentless pursuit of better options.
Nurse Maude provides nursing and homecare to some of the most vulnerable in our community. Every dollar goes into providing care for those who need us most…in our hospital, our hospice, clinics, schools and in your community.
What’s new at Nurse Maude?
Nurse Maude no longer accepts faxes
In line with the Ministry of Health directive, Nurse Maude, along with other health providers will no longer accept faxes.
Referrals will continue to be through ERMS, but all other information is to be emailed to us at the following email addresses – please put the service name in the subject line.
If you have any queries, please phone our contact centre on 03 375 4200.
|Nurse Maude Service|
|Hospice Palliative Care Services||Hospice@nursemaude.org.nz|
|Hospital (Aged Care Facility)||HospitalAdmin@nursemaude.org.nz|
|Home Care Canterburyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
The Ministry of Health is funding telehealth initiatives that engage people with primary and community healthcare services. The Ministry received 105 applications for funding and Nurse Maude is proud to be one of the 19 successful organisations.
Our project, Hauora Tūhono (Connected Health), focusses on Māori and Pasifika older people with chronic conditions who would benefit from being more engaged with health services. Nurse Maude provides, at no cost to the participant, a blue tooth enabled tablet with health monitoring tools e.g., a thermometer, blood pressure monitor and scales for conditions such as heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
A research nurse will be working with our partner organisations, Te Puawaitanga and Tangata Atumotu Trusts to recruit people into the trial and support them to use the tablet. Participants will be encouraged to connect with general practice, other relevant providers, and their whānau.
The trial aims to improve people’s health and wellbeing through increasing their involvement with primary and community healthcare services. By understanding how people feel about using a tablet and monitoring their health conditions with telehealth, we will be able to evaluate whether this type of service could be rolled out nationally.
The tablets used in this trial are provided by Spritely, a New Zealand company, who have designed the tablets specifically for and with Seniors. Nurse Maude is excited to be working with this innovative company on such an important trial.
We look forward to keeping you updated as the project progresses.
E tu kahikatea, hei wakapae uroroa
Awhi mai, awhi atu, tatou tatou e
Kahikatea stand together; their roots intertwine, strengthening each other
We all help one another and together we will be strong.
Introduction to Wound Care Workshop
This year Nurse Maude is offering an Introduction to Wound Care workshop for Enrolled and Registered Nurses only. Previously we have held Foundations in Wound Care workshops; this session is more clinically relevant with an increased number of case studies.