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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Waitemata updates

Bi-annual update on union activities at Waitemata DHB.

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News from the PSA. In 2017 we showed yes, we care
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In 2017 we showed yes, we care

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Politicians support PSA call for mental health inquiry

In Wellington, PSA members gathered on Parliament lawn on World Mental Health Day (Tuesday 10 October 2017) to support Hastings mum Hana Reedy to present a 30,000 strong petition to Parliament.

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