District Health Boards

The PSA is a major health union with over 15,000 members employed by district health boards. Union members are the bedrock of our public health services.

The PSA in health

The PSA is organising for good and rewarding careers that reflect the value we place on public health services and the people who provide them.

Framework for bargaining

Click here to read the framework for bargaining for the 2013 round of negotiations. 

Caz Thomson
Allan Franks
Renee Delamere, Convenor
Janet Calley
Lesley Dixon
Mike Prouting
Coryell Mete
Glenda Young
Andrew Colwell, Deputy Convenor
Rosemary Cullen
Tiare Williams
Tracey Glennie
Janet Quigley
Nancy Dally
Hilary Genet

News from the PSA. Happy International Working Women's Day

Happy International Working Women's Day

This Sunday, March 8, is International Working Women's Day, a day to celebrate all that we have achieved and to recommit ourselves to working towards women's rights everywhere.

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News from the PSA. Working Life - March 2015

Working Life - March 2015

Read the latest issue of Working Life, the PSA's quarterly journal.

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Standing up for healthcare professionals

New Zealand registered anaesthetic technician (NZRAT) and PSA union delegate Louise Morgan provides another perspective on the current state of training and pay for health workers.

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It’s a bargain

This year over half of our members will be in organisations that are involved with collective bargaining.

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Advocating for Pay Equity

Already about 160 PSA members have signed up to become pay equity advocates.

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