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Chief Medical Officer

Chief Medical Officer

Company: MidCentral District Health Board
Location: NZ
Job Type: Full-time
Job Status: Sourcing
Date Posted: 14/06/2019
Job Contact:

Keyur Anjaria

64 6350 8859


About the District Health Board
MidCentral District Health Board (MDHB) provides health care services to over 178,000 people across the central North Island of New Zealand.  The DHB is well advanced through a transformational change programme to firmly establish itself as a high performing health system that meets the current and future demands of its communities.

About the Role
An opportunity has become available for a senior medical leader to take up the DHB’s Chief Medical Officer (CMO) role.  The CMO is an integral member of the Organisations Leadership Team, a highly strategic position.  The role is directly responsible for leading, implementing and providing oversight to the delivery, quality, productivity and efficiency of the medical workforce.  In partnership with other clinical and professional leaders, the CMO holds accountability for clinical risk management functions and implementation of other clinical systems as appropriate.

About Palmerston North
“Young Heart, Easy Living”, Palmerston North or ‘Palmy’ as it is affectionately known by the locals, has attractions and activities to suit everyone. Located a couple hours from the ski fields of the North Island, wonderful wine country and the coolest little capital in the world, Palmerston North boasts fine dining, a world class university and a wonderful semi-rural lifestyle of its own.

More information about the district and Palmerston North can be found by clicking the link below

How to Apply
To apply please click on the apply now button below.

If you would like to find out more, please contact Keyur Anjaria, General Manager People and Culture at Keyur.Anjaria@midcentraldhb.govt.nz .  All enquiries will be dealt with the utmost confidence.

Applications close Sunday, 7 July 2019

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