Useful resources to download

We have some useful resources you can download and read before and after your surgery.

All patients should receive an admission form from your specialist or Rodney Surgical before your surgery. Alternatively, you can fill it out online.

Please click the button below to begin your Admission Form completion.

Online Admission form

If the admission form is filled out by hand it must be returned prior to surgery either by post, or scanned or photographed and sent via email to

If you require more information or have specific questions please feel free to call us on 0800 425 007.

Your rights

Rodney Surgical is committed to delivering care in accordance with the ‘Code of Health and Disability Services Consumer’s Rights’.

There is also a copy of the Health and Disability Services Consumer’s Rights available on request and on display throughout Rodney Surgical.

Your consent

If you require information before your procedure then one of our Rodney Surgical personnel will be able to assist, or you can call your Specialist directly. Their contact details will be on your booking letter.

All patients are required to sign a consent form for both the surgery and any anaesthetic that may be administered. It is important that you understand what procedure you are about to undergo and why you require it. Ask as many questions as necessary before you sign your consent form. Prior to surgery you will be seen by the relevant specialists.

    Your Rodney Surgical Centre Experience

    Providing you with the very best consultation and surgery experiences is our entire reason for being.
    A vital part of what makes that possible is your feedback - so we can continuously build on our strengths and improve where we need to. We would be grateful if you could take a few minutes of your time to tell us about your experience – your thoughts help us to really make the difference.

    Your feedback or comments regarding any aspect of your visit to us will help improve our services to you and others. This includes comments you wish to make regarding culturally sensitive service provision.

    Your rights as a patient

    In New Zealand, all patients have important rights. Have you seen them? 

    They are: 

    • The right to be treated with respect 
    • The right to freedom from discrimination, coercion, harassment and exploitation 
    • The right to dignity and independence 
    • The right to services of an appropriate standard 
    • The right to effective communication 
    • The right to be fully informed 
    • The right to make an informed choice give informed consent 
    • The right to support Rights in respect of teaching and research 
    • The right to complain

    We are strong advocates for our patients’ rights. If for any reason you ever feel any of your rights have not been respected and you’d like to talk to someone in confidence about any aspect of your experience in person, please contact us directly.