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Boulcott welcomes Dr Ian Wilson, a new Gastroenterologist

After 15 years providing gastroenterology services in Wellington, Dr Ian Wilson is now available for consultation and endoscopy services at Boulcott Hospital.

Click here for more information on the services that Dr Ian Wilson will be offering at Boulcott Hospital.

Winner – Supreme Award, Hutt Valley Business Excellence Awards

At the recent Hutt Valley Business Excellence Awards, Boulcott Hospital won the category for Professional Services. The hospital was then selected as the Supreme Award winner. The Awards are recognition of the quality of our hospital and the contribution we are making to the health of the region.

New ‘state of the art’ operating theatre

Boulcott Hospital’s third operating theatre is now completed and in use. The Stryker i-Suite theatre is the first of its kind in the Greater Wellington region. ‘i’ stands for innovation, information and integration.

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New Day stay unit completed

Boulcott Hospital’s purpose built day stay unit is now complete and operational. 9 beds are in the new modern unit. Each bed has its own personal amenities such as television and phone.

Building developments

Stage one and two of Boulcott Hospital’s building plans are now complete.  Read more »

Boulcott General Surgery and Breastcare

This service will provide high quality radiological and clinical assessment of patients with symptomatic breast problems, and routine breast screening.

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Total Hip Joint Replacement by Andrew Oakley

The New Zealand Orthopaedic Associations National Joint Registry has recently released their eight year report, outlining the current state of play of joint replacement surgery in New Zealand. With its arrival in the mail, I thought it timely that we update our current thoughts about Total Hip Joint Replacement.

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Current minimal access techniques in the treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding, by Meera Sood

Heavy menstrual bleeding affects 1:5 women and leads to 21% of gynaecological referral. It is an important cause of morbidity. It is estimated that 1:5 women will have a hysterectomy by the age of 55, mostly for menstrual related illness.

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Aesthetic nasal reconstruction for Skin Cancer By Charles Davis

The nose dominates the central face and aesthetic reconstruction of complex defects is critical for the patient to be able to reintegrate seamlessly back to full function in society.

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First Trimester Ultrasound Scan – Benefits Outweigh the Costs? by Mr Ganesh A. Ganeshalingham

Diagnostic ultrasound in the first trimester deals with pregnancy dating, the recognition of early pregnancy failure/loss (embryonic demise, spontaneous abortion, ectopic pregnancy, placental abnormalities), multiple pregnancy and with the recognition of normal anatomy and/or the detection of anomalies in very early viable pregnancies. Read more »

Bowel Check

Colorectal cancer is a major cause of cancer deaths in New Zealand, yet most cases are preventable. Read more »