Medical Wristbands NZ
Hospital Wristbands NZ & Patient ID Products

Hospital Wristbands NZ & Patient ID Products is New Zealand & Australia’s leading supplier for medical wristband products & solutions. Our medical wristbands are made with the strict quality control & 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. Always forward thinking & planning with our vision.

Established in 2006, we are proud to be New Zealand’s most reviewed wristbands supplier. Check out our 150+  5★ Reviews (Google BusinessTradeMeFacebook) – BUY WITH CONFIDENCE, its important to us!

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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.

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

  • More than 120,000 first doses for 5-11s; 90% of Canterbury Māori fully vaccinated; 45 community cases; 5 in hospital
    News article27 January 2022Canterbury has become the third DHB to fully vaccinate more than 90% of eligible Māori. More than four million first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine have now been administered to our 12+ population across Aotearoa – another very significant milestone. There were 13,995 paediatric doses administered yesterday, bringing the total to 124,155. […]
  • COVID-19 update, 26 January 2022 2 pm
    Media release26 January 2022Associate Minister of Health Dr Ayesha Verrall and Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield will provide an update at 2 pm today. Transcript   >> Kia ora koutou katoa. Today I will set out our plan for the next steps in our COVID-19, including details of the phases of our public health […]
  • More than 100,000 first doses for 5-11s; 90% of Auckland Māori fully vaccinated; 23 community cases; 6 in hospital
    News article26 January 2022Auckland has become the second DHB to fully vaccinate 90% of Māori within their rohe. South Canterbury has become the ninth DHB area to vaccinate 90% of Māori with a first dose. Several other DHBs are getting very close to this milestone. This is an opportunity to recognise the mahi of Māori […]
  • Record day for boosters and paediatric doses; 25 community cases; 10 in hospital
    News article25 January 2022Today, we are reporting 56,788 boosters administered yesterday, the highest number in one day so far, bringing the total to 1,053,055. Similarly, yesterday was a record for paediatric doses administered of 14,400. Almost 95,000 5-to-11-year-olds have now received a first dose. The number of first and second doses in the 12+ population […]
  • More than a million booster doses given; 25 community cases; 10 in hospital
    News article24 January 2022More than 1 million booster doses have now been administered – 57% of those who are due. Boosters lower your chances of COVID-19, including the Omicron variant, making you very sick and being hospitalised, and help to slow the spread of the virus. If you’re 18 or older and it’s been 4 […]
  • More than 40,000 booster doses given yesterday; 24 community cases; eight in hospital
    News article23 January 2022The nine COVID-19 cases reported yesterday in the Nelson/Tasman region have now been confirmed as the Omicron variant, and a further case from the same household was confirmed late yesterday. These cases are in a single family who flew to Auckland on 13 January to attend a family event and other events […]
  • COVID-19 update, 23 January 2022 11 am
    News article23 January 2022Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield will give an update today at 11 am.
  • Ministry announcing two new cases in Northland
    News article22 January 2022Northland DHB has this evening informed the Ministry of two new COVID-19 cases. One of the cases is linked to a known case and was in isolation as a close contact in Whangārei. The other case is in the Kaitaia area and public health staff are continuing to investigate to establish a […]
  • More than 58,000 vaccine doses given yesterday including more than 42,000 boosters; 43 community cases; 8 in hospital
    News article22 January 2022We are continuing to encourage as many people as are eligible to get their booster shots and paediatric vaccinations. Yesterday 42,319 boosters were given and 12,388 vaccinations to 5-11 year olds. Together with first and second doses, a total of 58,481 vaccinations were given yesterday. New Zealand’s vaccine rollout remains our key […]
  • More than 900,000 boosters given to date; 23 community cases; 18 in hospital; 1 in ICU
    News article21 January 2022New Zealand’s vaccine rollout remains our key defence against all variants of COVID-19, including Omicron. There were 37,967 boosters administered yesterday, bringing the total to 903,464, which is 54% of the eligible population. There were a total of 11,762 first doses of the paediatric Pfizer vaccine administered yesterday to 5 to 11-year-olds, bringing the […]
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