Christchurch Women's Hospital

Christchurch Women's Hospital

Contact & Location

Address:

Christchurch Womens Hospital

Riccarton Avenue

Christchurch

Postal Address:

Christchurch Women's Hospital

Private Bag 4711

Christchurch 8140

Phone:

03 364 4309
03 364 4699
03 364 4331

Visiting Hours

Christchurch Women's Hospital

10am - 1pm

3pm - 8pm

Check in with reception desk before entering clinical areas

Parking & Public Transport

Car Parking

There are approx 130 CCC pay and display parking bays on-site. The maximum parking time is 2 hours.  Charges apply: 7am-8.30pm Monday - Friday and 9am-8.30pm Saturday - Sunday.  There are no concession rates for disability bays.
See our car parking page for more info about car parking and charges, including how to save on parking costs.
 
Other car parking nearby the Hospital

CCC (old Canterbury Brewery) metered car park If you think that your visit will be 2 hours or longer you can use this ALL DAY PARKING on St Asaph Street/Antigua Street. 5min walk to Hospital.​
Free and metered parking on Riccarton Avenue. 5min walk to Hospital​
Metered parking on Hagley Avenue. 5min walk to Hospital​
Metered (some all day) on St Asaph Street, Tuam Street, Oxford Terrace. 5min walk to Hospital​
Free (all day) parking on Deans Avenue. 10min walk to Hospital​
Wilsons Car Park, Corner Tuam & Colombo Street 2min walk to Hospital​
Wilsons Car Park, 29 Cambridge Tce 2min walk to Hospital​

Transport Options

Please plan extra journey time to allow for car parking. ​

Pick up and drop off
General pick up and drop off points are at the front (Ground Floor) and rear (Lower Ground Floor) of Christchurch Women's Hospital

Taxis
Taxis are available outside Christchurch Hospital on Riccarton Avenue.

Christchurch Women's Hospital Services & Departments

​Listed below is a directory of Christchurch Women's Hospital departments, services and medical facilities, sorted alphabetically. Click on the Service you want or view our printable PDF hospital map booklet for more information. For information about Christchurch Hospital services, see our Christchurch Hospital page.

Service​

Location​

Contact​

Birthing Suite3rd Floor, CWH​03 364 4714​
​Colposcopy​Level 2, Christchurch Women’s Hospital​03 364 4925
​Day Assessment Unit​Ground Floor, Christchurch Women’s Hospital​03 64 4272
Dietician Ground Floor, Christchurch Women’s Hospital​03 364 4601
​Fetal Maternal Medicine​Ground Floor, Christchurch Women’s Hospital​03 364 4557
General Enquiries (CWH only)​Christchurch Women's Hospital​​​​03 364 4699​
​Gynaecology Assessment Unit​Level 2, Christchurch Women’s Hospital​03 364 4925
​Gynaecology Outpatients Department​Ground Floor, Christchurch Women’s Hospital​03 364 4432
​Gynaecology Ward​Level 2,  Christchurch Women’s Hospital​03 364 4925
​Infection Control Christchurch Women's Hospital​03 364 4510​
Interpreter / Translator Service​Christchurch Women's Hospital​03 364 0669
​Maternity Outpatients Department​Ground Floor, Christchurch Women’s Hospital​03 364 4454
Maternity Ward5th Floor, CWH​03 364 4724
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit ​Christchurch Women's Hospital​03 364 4885​
​​Otago University Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology​Level 3, Christchurch Women’s Hospital ​03 364 4630​
Outpatients Services - Appointments  ​Christchurch Women's Hospital​03 364 4430​
​Patient Enquiries (CWH only)Christchurch Women's Hospital​03 364 4309​
​Physiotherapy​Ground Floor, Christchurch Women’s Hospital​03 364 4908
​​Pregnancy & Parenting Education​
​Christchurch Women's Hospital​
​03 364 4421​
Radiology
Ground Floor, Christchurch Women’s Hospital
03 364 4700
​Social Work​Ground Floor, Christchurch Women’s Hospital​03 364 4441

About Christchurch Women's Hospital

Christchurch Women’s Hospital was re-opened on the Christchurch Hospital campus in 2005.

As well as providing gynaecological and obstetric services, Christchurch Women’s Hospital has a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit which provides both intensive and special care for newborn babies.

For more information about the location of  hospital facilities view our printable PDF hospital map booklet.

For information about What to bring to hospital, Arriving at hospital, Your stay in hospital, Outpatient appointments and Visitors and Family please see the appropriate page in the Patients & Visitors section.

For information about Christchurch Hospital services, see the Christchurch Hospital page.

Prevent infections if you are visiting a patient

  • Leave infections at home - do not visit if you are feeling unwell. If you have recently had sickness and diarrhoea you must not visit until you have been free from symptoms for at least two days. Cover up any open wounds or cuts.

  • Alert-icon-128px.jpgUse the alcohol hand rub freely available from the hand hygiene stations in the hospital foyers or at the entrances to all wards and clinics

  • Do not sit on the patient’s bed - use the chairs provided

  • Do not touch patient’s wounds, bandages / dressings, or medical equipment

  • Do not clutter – help staff to keep areas clean by only bringing essential items into the hospital and taking things home that are not required

  • Do not use patient toilets on the wards, use the visitor toilets located outside the wards ​

 

Map of Christchurch Women's Hospital

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Page last reviewed: 01 October 2014
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