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. Congress 2014
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Congress 2014

Post-election analysis, Transforming the Workplace, a union merger and gender equity were the hot topics at last week’s congress.

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Waitemata Clerical

Have your say on clerical pay and conditions.

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Waitemata Allied and Mental Health Nursing

Have your say on Allied and Nursing pay and conditions.

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Bargaining - proposed MECAs

Proposed MECAs and terms of settlement are on the table for DHB bargaining.

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Media Releases

DHB industrial action withdrawn, workers to vote on new offer

The Public Service Association (PSA) has withdrawn notices of industrial action covering 12,000 health workers at District Health Boards (DHBs) across New Zealand, after progress was made in mediation.

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Media Releases

SSC survey shows clear way forward for better public services

The Public Service Association (PSA) has welcomed the release of the State Services Commission’s (SSC) Integrity and Conduct Survey 2013, which it says indicates what needs to be done to strengthen the public services that New Zealanders use and trust.

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