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Our Achievements

We're proud of our achievements and our people, that's why we've compiled this list of some of the projects and initiatives we've been involved in and recognised for:
  • Cornerstone accreditation
    (Royal College of GPs) in August 2010.
  • Accreditation with the NZ Quality
    Improvement Council in March 2010.
  • Nurse Mo Harte completes her
    Nurse Practitioner portfolio in June 2009.
  • Director Trissel Mayor becomes
    President of NZAAHD in November 2008
  • Doctor Dave Ayling receives Primary Health
    Care Award for Leadership 2008
  • Director Trissel Mayor publishes a book on
    supervision for Youth Workers
  • YOSS completes the first cycle of work in
    the Te Wana process 2008
  • Finalists in the Chamber of Commerce
    Manawatu Business Awards 2007
  • Joint finalists with the Highbury Whānau
    Centre in MidCentral DHB Primary Health
    Care Excellence in Child/Youth Health
    Services Award 2007
  • Nurse Mo Harte received a MidCentral
    DHB Award for Clinical Excellence in
    Primary Health Care 2007
  • Successful joint tender with the Highbury
    Whānau Centre for the development and
    delivery of the Youth Transition Service
    Contract from MSD in 2006. This service
    opened in April 2007.
  • Winner of MidCentral DHB Primary Health
    Care Award for Child & Youth Health 2006
  • Winner of the TrustPower Community
    Award for Child and Youth 2004
  • Youth Worker Colin Eriksen received a
    Civic Award for his work in developing
    the Skate Park - 2002
  • Development of the Palmerston North
    Skate Park 1998-2002

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