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ENZ Welcomes New Epilepsy Specialist to Canterbury


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ENZ Welcomes New Epilepsy Specialist to Canterbury

Epilepsy New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Anna Lee McLeod as the new Epilepsy Information and Support Specialist for the Canterbury/West Coast area, based in Christchurch.

Joining Epilepsy New Zealand’s Christchurch branch with an impressive background in the health and community sectors, Anna Lee is looking forward to establishing strong relationships with the epilepsy community.

“I am really looking forward to working alongside people with epilepsy in the Canterbury area”, Anna Lee says. “I’m excited about starting this role with Epilepsy New Zealand to provide support and information to the community”.

Anna Lee is available for appointments in Christchurch to meet individuals or families, present educational seminars at schools, community groups and work along side health professionals. Contact with Anna Lee can be made through the free phone help line 0800 EPILEPSY, by emailing or online at


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