New Chief Executive for Southern Cross Hospitals
30 January 2008
New Chief Executive Officer-for Southern Cross Hospitals
Terry Moore has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Southern Cross Hospitals, New Zealand’s largest national private surgical hospital network.
The role encompasses the strategy, leadership and operational management of the ten Southern Cross not-for-profit hospitals. He will also continue to play a major role in a number of joint venture hospital businesses.
He has worked for Southern Cross for the past 8 years and held the Hospitals Chief Operating Officer position for the last five of these. Previously, he held a number of senior roles within the healthcare sector, including Chief Financial Officer of Counties Manukau DHB.
About Southern Cross Hospitals
Southern Cross Hospitals is New Zealand’s largest network of private surgical hospitals.
Established in 1979 as a not-for-profit hospital group, owned and operated by the Southern Cross Health Trust, the 13 wholly-owned and joint venture facilities today in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Rotorua, Palmerston North, New Plymouth, Wellington, Christchurch and Invercargill treat around 60,000 New Zealanders every year.
More than 700 specialists operate in our hospitals nationwide – including many leaders in clinical innovation – providing the foundation, along with our nursing and support staff, for our quality care and our commitment to patients.