Georgia Lindsay

17
Sep

Resignation of HealthCare NZ CEO

Tēnā koutou Group Chief Executive of New Zealand Health Group, Josephine Gagan, today announced that Healthcare NZ’s Chief Executive, Vanessa Dudley, has resigned from her role, and will take some well-earned leave until her employment ends in mid-October 2020. Ms Gagan said she wanted to thank Ms Dudley for her contribution to HealthCare NZ over the past two years and

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14
Sep

‘Kia Kaha te Reo Māori – Māori Language Week 2020

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori – Māori Language Week – is a celebration of one our national languages and represents what makes Aotearoa a multi-cultural, unique and diverse nation. HealthCare NZ is proud to be supporting Māori Language Week again in 2020. We recognise our Māori language is being revitalised in Aotearoa, and we are promoting te reo Māori

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14
Aug

COVID-19 Update: 14 August

As a result of the new confirmed Covid-19 cases that have emerged this week, the Government will announce any changes to the alerts levels across New Zealand this evening at 5.30pm. However, our business has made a decision that we will operate under Alert Level 3 across the whole country irrespective of any changes to the alerts levels (under Alert
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12
Aug

COVID-19 Update: 12 August 2020

Following the Government’s announcement of new Covid-19 cases in Auckland, New Zealand's Alert Levels changed from 12 noon today (Wednesday 12 August).  Auckland Region (Pukekohe to Wellsford) has moved to Alert Level 3, while the rest of New Zealand moved to Alert Level 2. While this might cause some of us to feel anxious, we need to remember as a
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26
May

Fraudulent “Geneva Healthcare’ website alert

Last weekend, our ICT team discovered a fraudulent domain and website using the names ‘Geneva Healthcare’ had been set-up. The purpose of the website appears to have been charging people who expressed in jobs with Geneva that did not exist. There was also a possible a risk of phishing and that they may have provided their confidential details. We reported

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18
May

Sharing Our Journey With Student Volunteer Army (SVA)

We are proud to share our journey with Sam Johnson and partner with his team at the Student Volunteer Army (SVA) as part of our COVID-19 response.  Through SVA’s contactless grocery pick-up and drop-off service nationwide, people we support, those who are immunocompromised, and the families or our health workers can receive the essential grocery items they need.  If you,

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12
May

HealthCare NZ is working with the Ministry of Health to deliver a new wellbeing service

HealthCare NZ is proud to be supporting frontline healthcare workers as part of the Ministry of Health’s psychosocial response by providing access to psychological health and wellbeing support. General Manager Mental Health & Wellbeing, Sean Versteegh, says the introduction of the new service recognises the stress and demands on front-line health sector staff in responding to COVID-19. “The current situation

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30
Apr

MySkill Partners With MSD For Free Health Courses with NZQA Unit Standards

MySkill, in partnership with the Ministry of Social Development, is now offering free online Community Health courses with NZQA Unit Standards. This initiative aims to provide free access to higher education for all New Zealanders, and a pathway for more people into a health job, and boost the sector especially during the battle against COVID-19. “As the only national training

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29
Apr

Freedom Alarms is an essential service

Are you feeling isolated and have ongoing medical conditions? Even as we respond to Covid-19, Freedom Medical Alarm means you have a direction connection to emergency assistance if you need it, providing peace of mind for you and your family. Freedom Medical Alarms is a Joint Venture with HealthCare NZ and Wellington Free Ambulance and we are an essential business
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24
Apr

New Zealand Health Group response to the article posted on 24 April 2020 by E tū

Please attribute to: Josephine Gagan, New Zealand Health Group Chief Executive, (on behalf of  HealthCare NZ)   Our COVID-19 Management Response Committee has been very proactive and doing everything possible to ensure the health and safety of our staff and clients during this pandemic. We fully support the need for our staff to access Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). As such,

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