ADHBAuckland District Health Board (New Zealand)
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For example, the ADHB identified the following issues for the refugee groups in their Strategic Plan 2005-2010 (ADHB 2005:35-36).
The health sector within ADHB has been surely strengthened by the addition of this amazing workforce and project.
According to Noel Jones, managing director for TOWER Technology Australia, CRIS provides ADHB with the benefits of electronic patient records without the associated costs and change in management issues.
Remote medication monitoring is suitable for people with a range of diseases or conditions, says Westbrooke, a nurse who moved into the information technology (IT) field at ADHB in the mid-1990s.
Thirty-three ADHB staff were disciplined over the incident.
ADHB is the third largest district health board in the country located in central Auckland, responsible for total health-care needs of approximately 370,000 local consumers.
ADHB chief nursing officer Margaret Dotchin and other senior nurses had also met staff and were providing support.
According to ADHB chairman Lester Levy, in the NHS role, Claire had "moved the organisation from an underlying financial deficit to a high performing organisation".
There is a real 'them and us' culture at ADHB, and this needs to be overcome.
Campbell's resignation coincides with that of two other ADHB senior staff--chief executive Garry Smith, now chief executive of the Selwyn Foundation, and director of allied health, Janice Mueller.