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.

The DHB sector has its own national committee and a seat on the PSA Executive Board, this ensures your sector has a voice at all levels of PSA decision-making.

You can meet the members of the committee here.

Media Releases

Productivity Commission sends worrying signal ahead of Budget 2015

The Public Service Association (PSA) says today’s release of the Productivity Commission’s draft Report Into Social Services sends a worrying signal of the Government’s intentions ahead of Budget 2015.

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Union concerned over dangerous changes to Waikato DHB’s mental health system

The union representing mental health workers at Waikato DHB, The Public Service Association (PSA), is concerned over the poor process as the DHB tries to push through dangerous changes to the rostering of the Henry Bennett Centre.

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Media advisory: health workers to protest at Waikato DHB for better mental health services

Waikato DHB mental health workers, members of the PSA, will protest on Friday April 17 for the inaugural Better, Safer, Fairer day in support of their system for rostering that the DHB is currently proposing to scrap, to the detriment of mental health staff and...

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Mental health union supports expanded mental health review at Waikato DHB

The Public Service Association (PSA) has written to Waikato DHB chief executive Nigel Murray, supporting his call for an independent review into the Henry Bennett Centre to ensure recent failures aren’t repeated.

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News from the PSA. In the thick of it - seminar series
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In the thick of it - seminar series

In April we are featuring speakers who will discuss the Official Information Act.

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Clerical meetings to vote on new contract

Make sure you have your say on the new offer.

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