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Geneva Healthcare Acquires Rehabworks North

Geneva Healthcare are pleased to announce the acquisition of Northland based Rehabworks North Limited from 1 February 2019. Rehabworks provides multi-disciplinary assessment and rehabilitation services in the Northland and Auckland regions, as well as offering some nationwide services.

“We are excited to have an excellent group of clinicians join our family. Rehabworks’ sound and sustainable business structure, quality, values and their strong expertise in injury recovery services make them an excellent fit for Geneva. This acquisition will also enable Geneva to have a broader presence nationally,” says Veronica Manion, Geneva Healthcare Chief Executive.

Since 1996, Geneva have been New Zealand’s trusted experts in aged care, illness, injury & disability support. They also provide personalised wellness, psychology and rehabilitation services that enable Clients to live at home, stay connected to their community and continue employment. Together with Rehabworks, they expect to deliver more services and achieve greater Client outcomes.

“Rehabworks North Ltd is excited to be joining Geneva Healthcare. This will allow for expansion of our services while retaining the ability to provide high quality assessment and rehabilitation services to Clients,” says Frances Coutts of Rehabworks.

For more information about support services please visit www.genevahealth.com

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