News

In our articles you will find news, views and issues from around New Zealand.  We also profile some of our placements so that you can see and experience what living and working in New Zealand is really like. 

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Latest Updates

  • Practice Managers - meet us at PMAANZ!

    Date published
    8 Aug 2014

    Learn about our recruitment service and CME accredited orientation course.

    Find us at stand 18 to learn more.

  • RHAANZ is alive and kicking!

    Date published
    6 Aug 2014

    The Rural Health Alliance Aotearoa New Zealand represents a united voice from across multiple rural sector organisations. Their aim is to provide solutions and influence policy affecting the health and wellbeing of rural communities.

  • INZ onshore panel physician network set to change

    Date published
    15 Jul 2014

    From early 2015, Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is implementing an onshore panel physician network which is an important change to the medical examination process for New Zealand visa applicants.

  • Online medical education resource

    Date published
    4 Jul 2014

    GPLink is an online medical education platform for New Zealand GPs.

  • From a doctor’s point of view

    Date published
    4 Jul 2014

    Dr Nick Gideonse signed up for a six-month stint as a locum physician and thoroughly enjoyed his time here.

  • Lance O'Sullivan does it again!

    Date published
    19 Jun 2014

    Kaitaia GP Lance O'Sullivan, reigning New Zealander of the Year, came second on the list of most trusted individuals list.

  • A leap forward for Nurse Practitioners!

    Date published
    9 Jun 2014

    From 1 July 2014 Nurse Practitioners are to become authorised prescribers as are doctors, dentists, midwives and optometrists.

  • Patient portals to come?

    Date published
    9 Jun 2014

    The Conference for General Practice will hold insight about the use of patient portals being used in general practice.

  • Queen's Birthday Honours: Dr Ian Smit

    Date published
    4 Jun 2014

    Dr Smit, who received the Queens's Service Medal for services to health, said he did not "particularly" do anything that other doctors in the community didn't, and he was part of a team writes Peter Jackson.

  • Obesity fight sees lollies banned at hospital

    Date published
    30 May 2014

    There is to be no spoonful of sugar with the medicine at Waikato Hospital.

    Sweets will be banned from its vending machines around the campus from July 1.