Clinical Services Administrator

Clinical Services Administrator

Full Time Permanent Position  


An opportunity has arisen for an experienced, and enthusiastic administrator to join our Manaia PHO Team.

This is a busy role, and requires someone who is self-motivated, highly focused and who will be able to provide a high level of admin support to our clinical leaders and administration for our associated clinical programmes.

Health Intelligence - Data Analyst

There is an exciting new opportunity for a Health Intelligence – Data Analyst. As a shared position across both Manaia Health PHO and Te Tai Tokerau PHO, it will be necessary for the appointee to have a presence in both PHO offices. The successful applicant will fulfil a key role in informing planning and development of primary health activities, projects and programmes across both primary health organisations.

Nurse Specialist - Long Term Conditions Team Leader

Manaia Health PHO

Long Term Conditions Team Leader

Nurse Specialist

Fixed term 3 years

1.0 FTE

Long term conditions continue to be the leading cause of hospitalisations in NZ with Maori over represented in these admissions.

Mark Wallis

Youth Primary Mental Health & Addictions Clinician

My background is social work primarily with young people, adults, their whanau and extended families. I have worked extensively in the community sector and in the public sector in Aotearoa, more recently in the beautiful Cook Islands. I’m excited to be joining the Manaia team to support our community health and wellbeing, especially with our rangitahi and their whanau.
Kia manuia

Change Management Facilitator




 1.0 FTE (40 hours p/w)

 An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and innovative professional to join our Manaia Health PHO team, working with and supporting our General Practices, with change facilitation and quality improvement to ensure a sustainable model of future primary care.

This role requires a Professional with:

Death documents online - Ministry of Health


The Ministry of Health has been working with the Department of Internal Affairs to make it simpler for health practitioners to complete medical documents after someone dies.


Now available

All doctors and nurse practitioners can now complete the medical certificates of cause of death and cremation forms via the new online Death Documents platform, instead of filling in paper forms. Online documents can be filled in on computers, tablets and mobile devices with internet access.

Launch of 'Safe to Talk' sexual harm helpline

Ministry of Social Development has recently launched 'Safe to Talk', a new 24/7 helpline staffed by specialists trained in sexual harm support. People will be able to access information, crisis counselling and support, and/or be given advice about their local service providers.

The helpline can be accessed free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by phone, text, website, online chat, and email on:
Freephone: 0800 044 334
Text: 4334
Website/online chat:


Support and information for people with diabetes:

Information for Diabetes Resource Nurses: 

RNZCGP 2018 Workforce Survey

Have you completed your GP workforce survey?
The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners 2018 Workforce Survey is underway again and the College is keen to get as many responses as possible. The information gathered is instrumental in helping the College advocate for GP training and resourcing.

College members who complete the survey will go in the draw to win their choice of either:

• Conference registration + $500 towards flights and accommodation, or
• Breville Barista Express espresso machine, or
• iPad Pro 10.5-inch display with 64G, or
• Canon EOS200D camera.

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