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Exciting development for Geneva Healthcare

Press Release: Exciting development for Geneva Healthcare
29 October, 2013

On the 27th October 2013, Geneva Healthcare Limited purchased Northlink Health (formerly known as Rodney Trust).

This acquisition and change of ownership brings the strengths of both organisations together making the new organisation one of the largest providers of Home and Community support services in the Northern region.

Moving forward the new entity will be known as Geneva Northlink Healthcare and Wendy Hawkins will continue as Chief Executive for six months during the transition process of bringing both companies together.

Northlink Health has been providing Home Support Services, Home Rehabilitation Services and Community Home Based Nursing Services to people of all ages since 1977. Their clients include the Ministry of Health, the Waitemata and Northland District Health Boards and the Accident Compensation Corporation, as well as privately funded customers.

Under Geneva Northlink Healthcare their services will continue as usual as we warmly welcome the staff and clients into the new organisation and build this partnership.

Josephine Wallis, Founder and Chief Executive of Geneva Healthcare says “I believe this transfer of ownership offers a strategic opportunity for Geneva Northlink Healthcare to provide even greater services and will enhance the future growth and performance of healthcare services in the North Auckland and Northland region.”

About Geneva Healthcare
A leading light in healthcare, Geneva is proudly 100% New Zealand owned and operated. Right across our nation, we provide a wide range of services – from quality Homecare and NZQA training, through to community nursing services and complete health staffing.

Geneva Healthcare exist to care for the injured, ill, elderly and disabled people of New Zealand, and the other organisations who also support them.

Their depth and breadth of experience is in New Zealand. Geneva pride themselves on best-in-class healthcare, whether developing staffing and service solutions for a complex organisation, or helping to improve the life of an individual client.

The Geneva Healthcare Vision: “To be recognised as the highest value provider of healthcare services and solutions across New Zealand, allowing us to directly influence and improve the quality and level of care clients receive.”

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