Waitaki District Health Services

Alert

Oamaru Hospital is now operating at a higher level of alertness internally, to better keep our community and staff safe. This means:
• Everyone entering the hospital is screened on arrival
• Those entering the Hospital will be required to wear surgical masks
• Those with mask exemptions (excluding patients) are not permitted to enter the Hospital
• All inpatients are restricted to two nominated visitors for the duration of their stay however only one visitor per day (exemptions on compassionate grounds will be considered)
• Meals on Wheels will move to contactless deliveries
This is a precautionary measure to keep our vulnerable patients and staff safe on recommendation from the Southern DHB.

Note – due to the evolving Covid-19 status in our community, it may be that we need to change these restrictions at short notice.

Visiting hours are currently 2.00 - 7.00pm daily.

These arrangements will be in place until further notice.
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Trevor McGlinchey

Trevor McGlinchey

Trevor brought his children up in Oamaru where he, along with his wife Rangi, established and operated the Te Mahi o Waitaki Trust. He has since worked in Dunedin (tertiary education), Wellington (national advocacy) and Christchurch where he is the General Manager of Oranga (wellbeing) at Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu. Trevor is closely attached by whakapapa to Moeraki Marae.

 

Trevor has a long history in governance. Currently he chairs Moeraki Ltd, the Te Runanga o Moeraki holding company and is a director of the cultural and environmental consultancy, Aukaha. Trevor has been a Ministerial Appointment to a number of government groups including the Welfare Expert Advisory Group and Ngā Mataanga Māori. 

 

He is committed to wellbeing and communities. This commitment was recognised in 2019 by his being awarded a Queens Service Medal for services to community and to Māori.

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