Martin Chadwick
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Martin Chadwick

Ministry of Health / Manatū Hauora

Chief allied health professions officer

  • Previously executive director of allied health, scientific and technical for two years, and held a similar role at Counties Manukau DHB for six years.
  • Has over 25 years’ health experience in the US and NZ, and has filled clinical, managerial and strategic leadership roles.
  • Recently completed his doctoral degree via AUT, examining health workforce change.

Career

Waikato DHB
Programme Manager
Feb 2008 - May 2010
Counties Manukau DHB
Director Allied Health
May 2010 - Dec 2017
Bay of Plenty District Health Board
Executive Director Allied Health Scientific and Technical
Feb 2017 - Feb 2019
Ministry of Health / Manatū Hauora
Chief Allied Health Professions Officer
Feb 2019 - Present
The Commonwealth Fund
Harkness Fellow 19/20
Aug 2019 - Present

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