An NZRGPN designed and driven programme to encourage rural school students to take up rural health careers is one of two finalists in the Research and Education category at the first-ever New Zealand Primary Healthcare Awards.
Award winners will be announced at a formal, black-tie ceremony in Auckland on 29 February.
“I’m absolutely delighted that the NZRGPN has been confirmed as a finalist in the inaugural New Zealand Primary Healthcare Awards,” said Chief Executive Dalton Kelly.
“I’m really proud of the team for this acknowledgment. It recognises how, led by Rural Health Careers Programme Manager, Esther Maxim, we have really started to get some traction in encouraging rural students into healthcare careers.”
More detail on the award is available here: https://www.nzphawards.co.nz/finalists
“This builds on last year’s success with the NZRGPN winning the SEEK award for medium-sized recruiter of the year and sets us up well for another strong year,” said Mr Kelly.