Rodney Surgical Centre - The Centre for Health in the Heart of Rodney

Community Initiatives

 

The Rodney Surgical Centre is committed to providing charitable healthcare services to our community. If you wish to access one of our community initiatives ask your GP or contact RSC directly (see contact page)

 

1. A voucher for one charitable endoscopy will be provided to registered GPs for every 10 procedures they refer to RSC.  This process is intended to demonstrate reciprical goodwill and foster support for local healthcare providers (when they can provide the same services as their Auckland counter parts). Vouchers are to be given to patients who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford or access endoscopy.
2. RSC has pledged to return 2.5% of profits back into the community. These funds will be used in the primary care setting and allocated to registered GPs, PHOs or other community groups to help improve access to healthcare services. It is intended that this will be a flexible, and straightforward process. 
3. RSC has a longstanding commitment to provide staff and facilities for the Auckland Regional Charity Hospital (ARCH) - for more details view the ARCH website http://aucklandcharityhospital.org
4. As of August 2011 The Rodney North Harbour Health Trust (RHT)  has generously offered to provide funds to eligible patients for surgical and/or endoscopic services at RSC. For further information on this initiaitve please read our referrer infomation guide below.
 RHT Patient Declaration form
Funding request form
Referrer Information

The Rodney Surgical Centre is committed to providing charitable healthcare services to our community. If you wish to access one of our community initiatives ask your GP or contact RSC directly (see contact page).


1.  Northlink has generously offered to provide funds to eligible patients for surgical and/or endoscopic services at RSC. This service is intended for patients with limited funds that hold a community services card and do not have medical insurance. To initiate the process, GPs are requested to send a copy of the hospital referral to RSC with a request for "Northlink funding".  We will take it from there. Patients will remain on the hospital waiting list and only removed once the procedure has occured at RSC.  


2. RSC has pledged to return 2.5% of profits back into the community. These funds will be used in the primary care setting and allocated to GPs, PHOs or other community groups to help improve access to healthcare services. It is intended that this will be a flexible, and straightforward process. 


3. RSC has a longstanding commitment to provide staff and facilities for the Auckland Regional Charity Hospital (ARCH) - for more details view the ARCH website http://aucklandcharityhospital.org