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PRIMHD National Stakeholders Group

PRIMHD National Stakeholders Group

The PRIMHD National Stakeholders Group leads outcomes collection In DHB services, delivering workshops and presentations, organising and planning IT system development, and coordinating training and resources for staff.

Many of the group implement PRIMHD.

The PRIMHD National Stakeholders Group receives support from Te Pou through regular discussions and meetings, and Te Pou draws on their collective expertise and knowledge.

Contact a PRIMHD National Stakeholders Group member

DHB Name Email Phone number
Northland DHB Kevin Waugh 021 446 068
Auckland DHB Patrick Firkin 09 307 4949 ext: 26512
Waitematā DHB Lionel D'Silva 021 903 816
Counties Manukau DHB Yoke See 09 262 9500
Bay of Plenty DHB Jithu George
Waikato DHB Kellie Cantwell
Tairawhiti DHB David Stevenson 06 869 0500 ext: 8626
Lakes DHB Nithisha Gade
Taranaki DHB Sharon Ansley 06 759 7222 ext: 7393
Whanganui DHB Perryne Brasko 06 348 3163
Hawkes Bay DHB John Conneely 06 878 8109 ext: 4226 Mob 027 245 0039
MidCentral DHB Jon Tocker 06 350 9155 ext: 9515
Wairarapa, Hutt Valley and Capital & Coast DHBs Hope McCrohon 04 570 9382
Nelson Marlborough DHB Siobhan Thompson 021 227 5454
West Coast DHB Sue Brown 03 768 0499 ext: 2841 Mob 027 228 7705
Canterbury DHB John Beveridge 03 339 1141 Mob 027 271 8394
South Canterbury DHB Kathryn Robinson
Southern DHB (Otago) Amelia Jane Needs
Southern DHB (Southland) Darren Smith 03 214 5786 Mob 027 600 6472

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