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Geneva Healthcare preferred provider for MidCentral DHB

Geneva Healthcare selected as preferred provider for MidCentral DHB

Geneva Healthcare has been selected as a preferred provider of Home and Community Support Services (HCSS) in the MidCentral District Health Board region.

Following a competitive tender process led by MidCentral DHB, Geneva Healthcare is very pleased to confirm that we have been selected as one of the preferred providers of Home and Community Support Services (HCSS) in the region, subject to obtaining the MidCentral DHB necessary approvals and successful negotiations on a contract. The new service contract is due to commence on 01 October 2018.

We are looking forward to working in close partnership with the MidCentral DHB and the wider sector to provide innovative and better integrated Home and Community Support Services (HCSS) across the MidCentral district. Our joint aims will be to improve the outcomes for all the service users that we will support to enable them to maximise or maintain their independence as they continue living at their own homes.

Following this exciting news, and as an existing provider of HCSS services in the MidCentral district, our immediate focus will be to ensure the seamless continuity of care for any Clients and families who will choose to transition to Geneva Healthcare’s services. We will collaborate with the MidCentral DHB, other successful providers, and exiting providers to ensure this is achieved. MidCentral DHB have confirmed, and we want to reassure everyone, that no changes will be made to Clients’ current allocation of supports, as a result of this transition process.

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