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New Manager For Wellnz Ltd Wellington

Published: Thu 6 May 2010 11:39 AM
May 6, 2010
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New Manager For Wellnz Ltd Wellington
Cliff McCord has been appointed as Wellington Manager for Wellnz Ltd, the specialist injury management company. Cliff has been with
Wellnz in Auckland for the past 14 years, and has a technical and professional background in healthcare and injury management.
He takes over from Sarah Findlay, who has decided to concentrate on her family but will remain as a shareholder of Wellinz Ltd, and will work on
special projects on a part time basis.
The Chief Executive of Wellnz Ltd, Brian Blackman said that the change reflected the importance of Wellington in the Wellnz network.
“Strategically Wellington is very important to Wellnz. Not only do we currently manage a number of key accounts from Wellington, we now have a sizeable tail contract through ACC, and as it is the centre for
Government, we need an active branch and a strong presence,” he said.
Irish born, Cliff came to New Zealand in 1987 and commenced duties in the Mangere Hospital where he worked with multiple disabled and with persons with intellectual disability. From 1992-96, he was Service Co-ordinator for intellectually disabled people living in their own community homes. In 1996 he joined ACC where he led a team dealing with fraud and investigation of injury claims. Cliff joined Wellnz in 1997 and has had wide ranging responsibilities within the organisation from new business development to managing complex review hearings.
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