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.

2018 MECAs - see below

Additional materials:

Documents


News from the PSA. We all care we all count- messages of support for Admin/Clerical in the DHB's
News

We all care we all count- messages of support for Admin/Clerical in the DHB's

As the DHB Clerical and administration (admin) members head into there first ever national stop work meeting we will sharing messages of support to show that we all care we all count.

Continue reading

Latest media releases from the PSA. Nationwide stop work meeting called for DHB Administration workers
Media Releases

Nationwide stop work meeting called for DHB Administration workers

PSA union members who work in vital administration and clerical roles at all 20 DHBs around New Zealand will be attending stop work meetings for two hours on Monday 11 February.

Continue reading

News from the PSA. Equal Pay Christmas carols in the park
News

Equal Pay Christmas carols in the park

DHB administration workers and equal pay advocates from around New Zealand entertained the public at Wellington's Midland Park at lunchtime today with a specially crafted set of Equal Pay Christmas carols.

Continue reading

Campaigns and issues from the PSA. At the Heart of the Hospital
Campaigns

At the Heart of the Hospital

At the heart of the hospital, Admin and DHB Clerical Workers have raised a claim for Equal Pay.

Continue reading

Media Releases

Mental health and public health nurses to vote on pay offer

Around 3500 DHB mental health nurses, public health nurses, and mental health support workers are preparing to vote on a new pay offer this month.

Continue reading

Media Releases

PSA to Government: Budget shows promise but more courage needed

The Labour-led Government’s first Budget shows promise, the PSA says - but there are still many in the public and community service who will wonder when their turn is coming.

Continue reading