Preparing for a stay in our Inpatient Unit


There are several reasons people are referred to our Inpatient Unit, but our main aim is to enhance your quality of life, and we’ll do all we can to ensure that you’re comfortable during your stay with us.

What is the Inpatient Unit like?
Our rooms are private and spacious, each with its own en suite, TV, and outdoor area. Lounge areas with kitchenettes are available for use by patients, family/whānau and friends.

Our facility is committed to providing holistic care, to support our patients and their families. Respect for the cultural and spiritual needs of our patients and their families are important to us. Inpatient Unit patients have access to our Family Services team which includes social workers, counsellors, spiritual care coordinator, music therapist, vounteers and massage therapists.

My inpatient stay has been arranged. What do I need to do?
• Please bring your usual medications.
• Don’t forget your toiletries.
• Bring continence products if you are using them.
• Pack a bag with some comfortable casual clothing as well as your nightwear and dressing gown.
• You are welcome to bring family photos and mementos but please don’t bring valuables.
• All bedding and linen is supplied but you are welcome to bring a favourite pillow, quilt or similar.
• Cell phones and wireless laptops can be used in the Inpatient Unit. These items are brought on-site at the owners own risk.