24 Hour Surgery – Medical Officer

The Pegasus Health 24 Hour Surgery is committed to providing high-quality, 24-hour healthcare to the people of Christchurch.  We currently have several permanent Medical Officer positions available (20 hours per week minimum preferred). Ko tāuake mahi | What you will be doing The Medical Officer, as part of a larger team, providing acute medical services to patients…

Goodfellow Symposium 2024

We’ve built a lineup of speakers and topics designed to inspire and provide the full complement of Skills for Next Monday, including: Keynotes and update sessions: Our close partners, the Royal NZ College of GPs, the Royal NZ College of Urgent Care, and MercyAscot, have joined us to create a programme that brings together the gentle…

Urgent Care Centre Forum

The health care sector is experiencing unprecedented times, coupled with staff shortages and high levels of unenrolled patients.   We are all in the same waka. City Medical Napier has proposed a quarterly forum of the urgent care centres across Aotearoa New Zealand, where we can sit around the virtual table and share our challenges and…

Cultural Safety and Inclusion CME webinar

ANZCA’s Gender Equity Subcommittee is hosting a free webinar Words matter: inclusive language in gender diverse care on Thursday 12 October at 6 PM AEDT. The webinar will discuss inclusive language to create safer interactions with gender diverse communities in healthcare. It features guest speaker Hannah Maher, policy writer and LGBTQ+ Inclusive Practice trainer from…

Aotearoa Patient Safety Day 2023

Kia ora koutou, The theme for Aotearoa Patient Safety Day 2023 is ‘Engaging patients for patient safety’ with the tagline ‘Elevate the voice of patients’. Resources are available to order now; more information about how to place your order is below. Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission is using Aotearoa Patient Safety Day…

Research project survey

Dear Colleagues, tēnā koutou katoa,  My name is Albert Wu, I am a FRNZCGP and am currently working as the Medical Administration Registrar at Counties Manukau. I would like your opinion on rationalising the primary care inbox to streamline paperwork, as your time is valuable.  All clinically active and training General Practitioners, Urgent Care Physicians,…

Sepsis – how to not miss it in primary care

On Tuesday 22nd of August Dr Paul Huggan, an Infectious Disease Specialist from Waikato and co-founder of the NZ Sepsis Trust presented a webinar for the Goodfellow Unit on recognising sepsis in primary care.  The recording of the webinar is available below. This is valuable CPD for urgent care physicians. https://www.goodfellowunit.org/events-and-webinars/sepsis-how-not-miss-it-primary-care