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Tunstall welcomes Guardian experience



Tunstall welcomes Guardian experience


10 October 2012

Tunstall Australasia has recently welcomed Stephen Murray as Manager of Tunstall LifeCare New Zealand.

Stephen is the former General Manager for Guardian Healthcare and Bupa Healthcare and has now joined Tunstall to take care of national business management, development growth and acquisitions.

With years of experience with St John, Guardian Healthcare, Bupa Healthcare and various other general management roles, the appointment of Stephen looks to be a fantastic step forward for Tunstall’s New Zealand business.

"It is a pleasure coming to work knowing that what you are doing is making a difference to so many people’s lives", Mr Murray said.

"I am looking forward to drawing on my years of health experience for the betterment of this market leading organisation".

Stephen will be stationed at Tunstall’s Tauranga office where he will guide a team of more than 20 staff.


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