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Minister of Health visits Healthvision

30th December 2010 Minister of Health Tony Ryall visited Healthvision on 7 December 2010, and spoke with company owners John and Sue Doherty, and staff, about the Healthvision business, and a number of issues that are impacting on the health sector in New Zealand. In particular related to community health services.
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Healthvision at the Primary Health Nurses conference

26th August 2010

Healthvision undertook a promotion at the recent Primary Health Nurses Conference at the Waipuna Hotel, in Auckland. With around 400 nurses attending, this was a great opportunity for Healthvision to show off it's range of services, and staff. Nurses who visited us at our stand were impressed with the different services Healthvision provides, and it was great to meet many new potential clients, and reacquaint ourselves with existing clients from many different medical practices and hospitals.

Read what some of our clients have to say about our Community Nurses

11th June 2010

“Again, thank you for the attention your organisation has given my wife after her recent accident. Your nursing staff certainly is superior to any other similar organisation in New Zealand or anywhere else in the world.

Special thanks must be given to your nurse Lynn who has attended to my wife's numerous accidents in recent years. Our gratitude to Lynn cannot be over stated. We have had to call for your help during a weekend and after hours. Where else in this world could we ring after hours and a duty nurse be attending to my wife' wounds in our home within a couple of hours.

Our added thanks to nurses Kathy and Janine and to Karen in the office who it seems nothing is too much trouble.

Healthvision has a great deal to be proud of. Thank you for your help." 

Healthvision is an enthusiastic supporter of AUT research

22nd May 2010

Professor Kath McPherson from AUT is conducting research to increase the knowledge and understanding about consequences of disability; and developing better health and social services for disabled people.

We are keen supporters of this research and the potential to identify better options for people with disabilities. If you would like to know more about the studies and the potential to contribute please contact our coordinators.

Our commitment is to the delivery of services that best meet your needs and your participation is encouraged.

Healthvision achieves workplace safety certification from ACC

20th May 2010

Healthvision has recently been successful in achieving Primary Certification in ACC's Workplace Safety Management Practices (WSMP) programme. This means that Healthvision has met stringent safety standards, set by ACC, which provides a safer workplace for our employees.

The main objective of the programme are to reduce injuries; give an externally audited, national safety framework to work to; and demonstrate our commitment to staff, clients, the business community and the public.

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