Deputy director general, health system improvement and innovation
- Spent past four years as group manager responsible in turn for health system improvement, integrated service design and service commissioning.
- More than 25 years’ experience including 15 years’ clinical practice in hospitals and in primary care.
- Experienced in operational management, education and working with Māori and Pacific communities in South Auckland.
- Has led initiatives including in maternity, primary care and ambulance services, and overseen regulatory change in abortion law, medicinal cannabis and vaping reform.
- Trained at Guy’s Hospital London.
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