Planned Care (elective services) at Te Whatu Ora MidCentral follows Te Wahtu Ora guidelines.
Te Whatu Ora defines Planned Care (elective services) as hospital services for people who do not need immediate medical treatment. If you are very ill and require emergency treatment you will be treated with minimal delay.
Planned Care (elective services) and Waiting Times – What You Should Expect
At MidCentral we pride ourselves on achieving the Ministry of Health Te Whatu Ora Planned Care Principle: Timeliness. This results in the MidCentral population being given greater access to elective surgery.
In addition the Elective Services Patient Flow Indictors (ESPIs) targets ensure people do not wait longer than four months for a First Specialist Assessment (ESPI 2) or wait greater than four months for certainty of treatment (ESPI 5).
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