Speciality nursing

Specialist wound service

Our nurses assess, manage and advise on chronic or complex wounds or leg ulcers and provide care plans aimed at preventing wounds, including compression hosiery.

Clinic Information:

Monday to Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm
35 Mansfield Avenue, Christchurch

Continence service

Our registered nurses provide support, assessment, treatment and education for anyone over four years of age with a continence issue.

If needed, subsidised continence products may be available.

Clinic Information:

Monday to Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm
35 Mansfield Avenue, Christchurch

Diabetes primary care support team

Nurse Maude provides support and information to General Practice for people with type 2 diabetes in the community, including assistance with the start of insulin or changes in medication. The service provides access to specialist nurses and a dietitian.

Stoma service

We give clients the resources they need to live with a stoma independently, comfortably, and with dignity.  This includes visits in hospital and at home, arranging for ostomy equipment, and stoma supplies, clinics for regular checks and referral to other health professionals.

Clinic Information:

Monday to Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm
35 Mansfield Avenue, Christchurch

Infusion service

You can access this service through your doctor or medical specialist and it is usually provided at the Nurse Maude Infusion Centre in Merivale.  If the Infusion Centre is not the best place for you to receive your treatment this will be discussed with you and an alternative arrangement may be made.

Clinic Information:

Monday to Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm
35 Mansfield Avenue, Christchurch

School-based nursing service

We provide health universal health, disability and youth development checks which includes the HEADSSS assessment as well as individual health services in decile 1, 2 and 3 secondary schools, alternative education facilities and teen parent units in Christchurch.

Complex children's respite service support

Nurse Maude trains and matches volunteers to families with a child or children with complex health needs to provide respite support. The service allows families to also focus on siblings and enjoy time together and provide a much-needed break from fulltime care giving.

If you know of a family who could benefit or you would like to volunteer, contact us on 375 4200 and ask for the Complex Children’s Respite Service.