NZMA Welcomes Health System Board Appointments

Published: Thu 23 Sep 2021 10:34 AM
The groups chosen to lead New Zealand’s health system into the future are a blend of expertise, wisdom and foresight, the New Zealand Medical Association says.
NZMA Chair Dr Alistair Humphrey said he welcomes the news of the Board appointments, and looks forward to working with the leaders of the Māori Health Authority and Health New Zealand.
“They are outstanding individuals who will bring both experience and fresh ideas to the table,” Dr Humphrey said.
“We already have close ties to many of the appointees and anticipate building positive relationships with them all.
“They will be aware of the challenges ahead of them – dealing with these challenges will require courage and the ability to listen to communities and health workers at the coal face. We look forward to working with Health New Zealand and the Māori Health Authority to improve health outcomes for all New Zealanders.”
Dr Humphrey said it was imperative to address inequities in the health system, the work of the Māori Health Authority will be essential in this regard.

Next in New Zealand politics

Govt Responds To Independent Review Into WorkSafe
By: New Zealand Government
New Zealand Secures Historic Free Trade Deal With The United Kingdom
By: New Zealand Government
Ombudsman Launches Investigation Into MIQ Booking System
By: Office of the Ombudsman
Pay Cheque To Pay Cheque – Half A Million New Zealanders Have No Savings
By: Consumer NZ
Mandatory Vaccination For Two Workforces
By: New Zealand Government
Green Party Deeply Concerned Space Launches May Be Breaching Nuclear-free Laws
By: Green Party
Prime Minister NZ UK FTA Opening Remarks
By: Office of the Prime Minister
UK And New Zealand Agree Historic Trade Deal
By: British High Commission
Time To Stop The Hunger Games
By: ACT New Zealand
View as: DESKTOP | MOBILE © Scoop Media