Riccarton Ave, Christchurch 8011Private Bag 4710, Christchurch 8140Ph 03 364 0640Riccarton Ave, ChristchurchPrivate Bag 4710, Christchurch 8140Ph 03 364 4699Cnr Mairehau & Burwood Roads, Christchurch 8083Private Bag 4708, Christchurch Mail Centre 8140Ph 03 383 6836, Fax 03 383 6814Elizabeth St, Ashburton 7700Private Bag 801, Ashburton 7740Ph 03 308 4149
It also operates health services from other facilities. For a full list click here.
Christchurch hospital is the largest tertiary, teaching hospital in the South Island and provides a full range of emergency, acute, elective and outpatient services for the region. Their services and departments are listed on their website here
Christchurch Womens Hospital provides Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Neonatal ICU services to the region. Their departments and services are also listed on the CDHB website here
Burwood Hospital contains the regions spinal unit as well as other outpatient and clinical services as listed here
Ashburton Hospital services include General medicine & surgery, District nursing, Maternity, Outpatients, Elderly care, Radiology and A&E. For a comlete list refer to their website here
Parking is available on site at the main Christchurch & Christchurch Womens and at the Burwood campus hospital with several pay and display car parks around the main buildings and a car park building on Antigua Street operated by the ChCh City Council.For more information click here
Parking is available at all other facilities on and around the respective sites.
Christchurch hospital campus
The main loading dock for Christchurch Hospital is located in the Inwards Goods department across the road from the main. For equipment deliveries into the hospital a loading dock is located at the rear of the Food services building. Use the Riverside entrance.
The purchasing deparment is located across the road at 33 Asaph St along with Inwards goods.
The Clinical Product Co-ordinator can be contacted on:
Ph 03 364 0089
New Equipment Policy:
Companies wishing to introduce new medical products into Canterbury DHB must have a WAND number for the product and submit a completed PEHNZ form and contact the Clinical Product Co-ordinator before proceeding.
All electrically operated medical equipment must comply with the AS/NZS 3000 electrical standard and be tested by the Cantebury DHB biomedical engineers prior to being placed in clinical areas.
If products become unavailable or are being substituted, altered, or modified the Clinical product co-ordinator must be contacted and a Change form submitted in advance.
Health Alliance has taken over National DHB Procurement as of July 1st 2014. For more information visit their website here
Supplier Code of Conduct:
A Supplier Code of Conduct form has been produced by Health Alliance and can be found here