Exciting opportunity to lead a new era in PRIME

Date published
11 Aug 2017

Do you have the skills and enthusiasm to chair the new National PRIME committee?
The New Zealand Rural General Practice Network (the Network) is seeking Expressions of Interest from experienced and motivated PRIME clinicians New Zealand-wide to chair this newly-formed committee. This is an exciting and challenging role resulting from a year-long review of the PRIME service and is the first step in implementing the review’s recommendations. As a key member of the PRIME review steering group the Network has been tasked with leading the search for a PRIME clinician with the right skill set to be chair. If you’re up for the challenge we’d like to hear from you.

National PRIME Committee Chair
The term for the Chair is two years, and may be reappointed if approved by NZRGPN and National Ambulance Service Office (NASO).
The Chair is responsible for engagement with key external stakeholders about developments of the PRIME service. In particular, and subject to being invited to do so, the Chair will provide regular updates to the National Rural Health Advisory Group.
The Chair will be a member of the New Zealand Rural General Practice Network or be eligible for membership and be prepared to join the Network upon appointment to the role.

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