Clinical Affiliates

The following clinical organisations are working in partnership with the CMDT and have given permission for their logo to be included on this page.

Auckland District Health Board

Auckland District Health Board

ADHB is the largest district health board in the country, in terms of budget, with annual revenue of approximately $1.8 billion dollars. This funding delivers local, regional and national health services. Research is one of these. Read on ...
www.adhb.govt.nz
 
 
Canterbury District Health Board

Canterbury District Health Board

The Canterbury District Health Board collaborates with other health and disability organisations, stakeholders and our community to decide what health and disability services are needed and how to best use the funding we receive from Government to improve, promote and protect the health, wellbeing and independence of the people of the Canterbury region.
www.cdhb.govt.nz
 
 
Institute of Healthy Ageing

Institute of Healthy Ageing

The Institute of Healthy Ageing provides a research framework that encourages the development and implementation of best clinical and management practice so that healthy ageing is promoted and supported within the Waikato, the Midland region, nationally and internationally.....Read more

Institute of Healthy Aging website

 
 
i3

i3

i3 is a place where ideas are encouraged, creativity cultivated and energy is contagious.
They recognise that transformational change that will bring about sustained, reliable organisation-wide
and evidence-based improvements in patient care.
www.i3.waitematadhb.govt.nz
 
 
MidCentral DHB

MidCentral DHB

MidCentral DHB stretches from the west to the east coast of the lower north island and serves a population of 174,000 people, the majority of whom live in Palmerston North. MidCentral receives funding of $620m per annum to provide a range of health and disability services and is responsible for delivering the Regional Cancer Treatment Service on behalf of the other five central DHB’s.
 
 
 
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