CHT St Margarets Hospital
At a glance
- Tina Lock - 09 834 4963
- CHT Healthcare Trust - 09 522 4585
Design is around suites of 10 residents, all with ensuites, all enjoy shared dining area and living spaces, a kitchenette and access to gardens.
CHT St Margaret's dementia care unit provides secure, thoughtful care for residents who need extra care, complete with specially designed gardens, dining and lounge areas.
Quality care, compassion and a strong connection to the community is at the heart of CHT Healthcare Trust. For over 55 years we have been taking great care of older people in the Auckland, Waikato and Bay of Plenty areas. Each of our properties provides a sense of home for residents, seamless transition across levels of care and support for families.
As an independent healthcare trust, CHT focuses all energy and resources into caring for residents, their families and communities.
• Outdoor seating spaces
• BBQ area
• Shared lounge spaces
• Shared dining room
• Activities programme
• Organised outtings
|Contract with DHB||Yes|
|Updated: 14 Nov 2012|
Bed and Vacancy Details
|Approximate number of beds at this level of care||20|
|Premium Room Charges||Some Rooms as at 21 Oct 2021|
|MOH Certification and Audit Report||View MOH certification and audit report (opens in a new tab)|
|Extra admission requirements due to COVID-19||No|
|Updated: 23 Jun 2022|
|With colourful trees and gardens, St Margarets Hospital and Rest Home is designed around suites of between 8 and 10 bedrooms with each bedroom having its own ensuite. Each of the suites has its own dining area and living room and all have a kitchenette for use by residents and their guests.
Courtyards are a special feature at St Margarets and can be accessed from bedrooms and lounges, providing residents with secure outdoor areas and gardens.
At CHT we take time to listen to you and understand you. Our Trust was established for you and we want to know what you expect and need.
As a completely independent Charitable Trust we can focus on meeting the needs of our residents. As we have no other demands on our funds, we reinvest all of our surpluses back into our facilities and our services.
This focus on services is based on our strong belief that every person is entitled to be treated with respect at all times and given encouragement to retain the highest possible level of personal dignity, integrity and independence.
|Updated: 18 May 2010|
The Ministry of Health conducts regular audits of Residential Care Facilities. They can be found HERE.