Minister announces new DHB appointments
Hon Tony Ryall
2014 Media Statement
Minister announces new DHB
Health Minister Tony Ryall today
announced new appointments to two District Health
Bay of Plenty Chair Sally Webb has been appointed
as Deputy Chair of Taranaki District Health Board.
Webb has been Chair of Bay of Plenty DHB since 2010. She has
experience as a member of the Minister of Health’s
Ministerial Reference Group in 2009, and as a director and
interim Chief Executive Office of the Health Funding
Authority,” says Mr Ryall.
“Cross appointments to DHB
Boards are now common and reflect greater regional
collaboration in the planning and delivery of health
services,’ says Mr Ryall.
Mr Michael Boorer JP has been
appointed as a member of the South Canterbury District
“Mr Boorer is currently Corporate Services
Manager at Alpine Energy Ltd. He worked for the Order of St
John for 12 years until 2012, including four years as
Finance and Administration Director,” says Mr
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