Waitemata District Health Board

2,500 PSA members work at Waitemata DHB, including HealthAlliance and Northern Regional Alliance employees.

We work together to protect and improve conditions of work, including fair pay and reasonable workloads.

We cover a wide range of occupations including: administration, allied, assistants, clerical, IT, traffic, security, technical, scientists, mental health and public health nurses and management.

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Meet your two Waitemata DHB PSA organisers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ian Gordon
PSA Organiser WDHB
ian.gordon@psa.org.nz

Ian is responsible for the following areas:

  • Medicine & Health of Older Adults

  • Child, Youth and Family

  • CADS (Mental Health)

  • Forensics (Mental Health)

  • Inpatients (Mental Health, He Puna Waiora)
  • Auckland Regional Dental Services

  • Allied Physical Health

Chan Dixon
PSA Organiser WDHB
chan.dixon@psa.org.nz

Chan is responsible for the following areas:

  • Corporate

  • Clerical

  • Technical

  • Inpatients (Mental Health, Waiatarau)

  • Cultural (Mental Health)

  • Community Mental Health (Adult and Child and Adolescent)

 

Ian in his own words:

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Chan in her own words:

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Occupations covered by PSA at WDHB

A list of occupations covered by the PSA collective and individual agreements.

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Our contracts

The PSA has five collective agreements covering employees at Waitemata DHB (including Health Alliance and NoRTH).

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What we do

We’re the most active union at Waitemata DHB.

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Our union is only as strong as our members.

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Waitemata updates

Bi-annual update on union activities at Waitemata DHB.

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News from the PSA. DHB Sector Newsletter
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DHB Sector Newsletter

An update from the DHB sector committee.

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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.

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Media Releases

“Think beyond Band-Aids”, PSA urges Government

The Labour-led Government must urgently relax its Budget Responsibility Rules to tackle the $2.7 billion hole in the health budget, the PSA says.

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Media Releases

New Zealand agrees - increase tax revenue for better public services

New Zealanders overwhelmingly agree public services need more funding - and they think tax should be increased to pay for them, according to new research released today.

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Media Releases

Grave concerns for future of social work – PSA

The future of social work could be gravely affected by a rushed and short-sighted Select Committee report, the PSA says.

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Latest media releases from the PSA. DHB admin and clerical workers raise claim for Equal Pay
Media Releases

DHB admin and clerical workers raise claim for Equal Pay

Around 7000 DHB workers are standing together to raise a claim for equal pay for administration and clerical employees.

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