Medical Wristbands NZ
Medical Wristbands NZ & Patient ID Wristbands & Hospital Wristbands

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 223+  5★ Reviews (Google BusinessTradeMeFacebook)

STOCK NOTESplease be advised, all product on this site is located at our FACTORY & DC overseas. Mostly available off the shelf and larger order will depart within 24 hours. SMALL ORDERS we be moved on a consolidated freight basis. Contact us for more information

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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.

SAMPLES will only be offered to DHB and other similar related market sector establishments including medical centres & retirement homes, thank-you.

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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

  • Section 70 notice issued for northern Hauraki; locals, visitors, workers required to isolate, get tested
    Media release20 September 2021Movement in, out, and around northern Hauraki is now restricted as a precautionary measure, following three local cases of COVID-19 reported last night. The Director-General of Health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield, has issued a new direction under section 70 of the Health Act requiring those who may have come in contact with these […]
  • Update on northern Hauraki cases
    Media release20 September 2021The final household member of the northern Hauraki house where the remand prisoner stayed has now been tested and results are pending. An investigation into the epidemiological link (exact route of infection) is ongoing – our working hypothesis being that the individual was infected in Auckland after leaving prison, rather than by […]
  • Health supports $36 million boost to infectious disease research
    News article20 September 2021The Infectious Disease Research Platform is intended to provide a substantial boost domestic research into infectious diseases – a timely subject area as the world fights the COVID-19 pandemic. The $36 million in funding over three years was announced by the Government this week and will kickstart a new programme of infectious […]
  • 22 community cases of COVID-19; one border case; more than 4.7 million vaccines administered
    Media release20 September 2021Cases   Number of new community cases*: 22  Number of new cases identified at the border: One  Location of new cases: Auckland, Whakatīwai  Location of community cases (total): Auckland (including 3 cases in Whakatīwai*) 1,051 (677 of whom have recovered);  Wellington 17 (all of whom have recovered);  Number of community cases (total): 1,071 (in current […]
  • COVID-19 update 20 September 2021 4pm
    News article20 September 2021Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will give a post-cabinet announcement today at 4pm. The Prime Minister will be joined by Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield.
  • Three new positive COVID-19 cases in the Kaiaua/Whakatīwai
    Media release19 September 2021The Ministry of Health is tonight confirming that three household members of a remand prisoner with COVID-19, who was announced as a case today, have tested positive. Two of the three household members attend Mangatangi School on the Hauraki Plains. All three positive cases, and an accompanying adult caregiver, are being moved […]
  • 24 community cases of COVID-19; more than 50,000 vaccines administered yesterday
    Media release19 September 2021Cases Number of new community cases: 24 Number of new cases identified at the border: No new cases at the border today Location of new cases: Auckland Location of community cases (total): Auckland 1,033 (671 of whom have recovered); Wellington 17 (all of whom have recovered) *Number of community cases (total): 1,050 […]
  • COVID-19 update 19 September 2021
    News article19 September 2021Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Director of Public Health Dr Caroline McElnay will update the media today at 1pm.
  • 20 community cases of COVID-19; 2 confirmed cases and 2 historical cases in managed isolation; more than 60,000 vaccines administered yesterday
    Media release18 September 2021There are 20 new community cases today. 19 of these are household or known contacts and only one of these remains unlinked. Interviews are underway with that person to determine how they are linked to the current outbreak. As noted yesterday, we are expecting some fluctuations in case numbers at this point in the outbreak.  12,427 tests were taken yesterday, including more than 7,000 swabs taken in the Auckland […]
  • 11 community cases of COVID-19; five cases in managed isolation; more than 60,000 vaccines administered yesterday
    Media release17 September 2021Cases Number of new community cases: 11 Number of new cases identified at the border: Five Location of new cases: Auckland Location of community cases (total): Auckland 990 (535 of whom have recovered); Wellington 17 (15 of whom have recovered) Number of community cases (total): 1,007 (in current community outbreak) Cases infectious in […]
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