Medical Wristbands NZ
Medical Wristbands NZ and Patient ID Products

Medical Wristbands NZ is New Zealand and Australia’s leading supplier for patient ID products. The largest choice of bands in NZ and AU. Our medical wristbands are made with the strict quality control and best industry practices, making them the only choice for Hospitals, Medical Centers & Practices.

We are committed to bringing innovative medical products and solutions for our clients, with fast turn around and processing times.

Established in 2006, we are proud to be New Zealand’s most reviewed wristbands supplier. Check out our 180+  5★ Reviews (Google BusinessTradeMeFacebook)

WHATS NEW – Aug/Sep see our NEW Custom Printed Face Masks

Medical Wristbands NZ
We Hold Ourselves to the Following Standards

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS):
Stage 2 meaningful use requirements to use assistive technologies with eMAR.

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA):
To protect patients’ medical records and other health information.

American Health Association (AHA):
To prevent the chance of lost or transferred data.

Five Rights of Patient Safety:
To ensure right patient, medication, dose, time, and method.

medical wristbands nz

Direct Thermal Wristbands

Poly Label Shield Wristbands

Poly Alert Wristbands

Poly Write-On Wristbands

Poly Solid Colour Wristbands

Vinyl Insert Wristbands

Vinyl Sequence Family Insert Wristbands

Vinyl Write-On Wristbands

Vinyl Solid Colour Wristbands

Tyvek Label Shield Wristbands

Tyvek Alert Wristbands

Tyvek Visitor Wristbands

Tyvek Solid Colour Wristbands

Laser Wristbands

RSS Media Releases – NZ Ministry of Health

  • COVID-19 media update, 27 October 2020
    News article27 October 2020The Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield will provide an update on COVID-19 at 1.00 pm today.
  • 5 new imported cases; no new community cases of COVID-19
    Media release26 October 2020There are again no new community cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. There are five new cases from managed isolation. One other case has now recovered, meaning the total number of active cases is 74. The five cases today include three additional international mariners in the Sudima Hotel Christchurch […]
  • No new community cases of COVID-19
    Media release25 October 2020There are no new community cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. One case from managed isolation, which was under further investigation yesterday, has been reclassified as a confirmed case which has now recovered. Three other cases have also now recovered, meaning the total number of active cases is now […]
  • 11 new cases of COVID-19
    Media release24 October 2020There are 11 new cases of COVID-19 to report since our previous media update at 1pm on Friday – all from managed isolation. There are no new cases in the community.  Five of these cases are part of the day 6 testing of international fishing crew in Christchurch.     We have always expected […]
  • New screening programme set to target high rates of bowel cancer in South Canterbury
    Media release23 October 2020Residents of Timaru, and surrounding districts are about to get access to free bowel screening with South Canterbury District Health Board joining the National Bowel Screening Programme.  Over the next two years around 12,000 people in the region, aged 60 to 74, will be invited to complete a home testing kit that […]
  • 9 new cases of COVID-19
    Media release23 October 2020There are nine new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today.  Eight of these cases have been detected in our managed isolation facilities and one is a household contact connected to the marine employee cluster, who was already in self isolation.  Seven of the cases in managed isolation involve fishing […]
  • COVID-19 media update, 23 October 2020
    News article23 October 2020The Minister of Health Chris Hipkins and Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield will provide an update on COVID-19 at 1.00 pm today.
  • Confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sofrana Surville
    Media release22 October 2020Positive test results from crew members on board the Sofrana Surville support the hypothesis that the port worker reported by the Ministry of Health on Sunday could have been infected while working on board.  The Sofrana Surville had travelled from Papua New Guinea to Solomon Islands to Brisbane to Tauranga to Auckland, […]
  • 2 new imported cases of COVID-19
    Media release22 October 2020There are two new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today, both imported cases in managed isolation facilities. The first case arrived on October 19 from the Netherlands via Dubai and the second case arrived on October 21 from Doha. They were both tested on arrival after developing symptoms on […]
  • Codeine-containing medicines to be reclassified
    Media release22 October 2020Medsafe has confirmed all codeine-containing medicines will be classified as prescription medicines from 5 November.   The Medicines Classification Committee meeting, held on 10 October 2019, recommended the change following a period of consultation and stakeholder feedback.   The change means codeine containing products will require a prescription.   In New Zealand, […]