Loving Hearts,
Caring Hands



The Raglan Rest Home and Hospital started its life, sitting majestically at the top of Manukau Road, with extensive Sea views right out to the bar, on 10th October 1952.

 The plans were drawn up on 1st September 1950 for the Waikato District Hospital Board as a satellite Maternity Hospital, with an official opening by Hilda Ross in October 1952.


Why Us?

Raglan Rest Home and Hospital – Loving Hearts, Caring Hands.

 The motto encompasses the philosophy of the Raglan Rest home and Hospital – the team and the wider community are totally invested in providing the best experience possible for all that have contact with us.


October 2017

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Raglan Rest Home and Hospital is proud to be able to offer a variety of services and prides itself on being flexible, working hard to meet the individual and family needs that present themselves.

Having Hospital level Care means that there is always a Registered Nurse on-site, with plenty of back-up available; these benefits residents requiring any level of Care.



Activities are at the heart of the Raglan Rest Home and Hospital and we continually strive to come up with new ideas that meet the ever-changing needs of the residents. We are always open to trying new things and discarding those that are not working at any particular time.


Allied Services


Raglan Rest Home and Hospital are extremely fortunate in having the services of the Doctors and Team from the West Coast Medical Centre, the Raglan Pharmacy, Path lab, Jenny Watts Physiotherapy and Podiatrist Chad Carroll as part of their community.