NZMA Values

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

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Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

National Office Staff

Chief Executive Officer
Lesley Clarke
Operations Manager
Robyn Fell
Policy & Stakeholder Relations Manager
Sanji Gunasekara
Communications Manager
Diana Wolken
Communications Marketing Coordinator
Madeleine Boles de Boer
PA / Administrator
Kerry Rice
Membership & Database Administrator
Julie Hare

New Zealand Medical Journal

Editor in Chief
Professor Frank Frizelle
Production editor
Rory Stewart

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

NZMA Timeline

1886

NZMA founded. The first meeting’s agenda included issue of unqualified vaccinators, the registration of midwives and new rule that made doctors ineligible to become coroners. The first President was Dr Thomas Hocken.

1887

First issue of the New Zealand Medical Journal published.

1896

A New Zealand branch of the British Medical Association was formed and the original NZMA disestablished. It was envisaged that affiliation with the BMA would increase influence and prestige of the NZ medical profession.

1898

First woman member of the NZMA signs up – Dr Emily Siedeberg. She later served as medical superintendent of St. Helen’s Hospital in Dunedin.

1939-45

NZMA finds advocacy and representation difficult as many of its members are overseas fighting in World War Two.

1941

Fee for service plan for GPs introduced – doctor paid five shillings for each consultation and illegal to charge additional fee.

1967

NZMA achieves total autonomy from BMA and is named Medical Association of New Zealand (later changed back to NZMA in 1976).

1980s

NZMA ceases to be a union.

1999

Pippa McKay elected first female NZMA Chair, and Dame Norma Restieaux appointed first female NZMA President.

2002

New Zealand Medical Journal becomes an online publication.

2011

NZMA celebrates 125 years as the pan-professional body representing doctors and their patients

NZMA Presidents and Chairs

New Zealand Medical Association

2018
Sue Hayde
Kate Baddock
2017
Pippa MacKay
Kate Baddock
2016
Pippa MacKay
Stephen Child
2015
Branko Sijnja
Stephen Child
2014
Branko Sijnja
Mark Peterson
2013
Tony Baird
Mark Peterson
2012
Tony Baird
Paul Ockelford
2011
Aine McCoy
Paul Ockelford
2010
Aine McCoy
Peter Foley
2009
Ronald Goodey
Peter Foley
2008
David Kerr
Peter Foley
2007
Peter Roberts
Peter Foley
2006
George Downward
Ross Boswell
2005
Murdoch Herbert
Ross Boswell
2004
Ken Thomson
Tricia Briscoe
2003
Dennis Pezaro
Tricia Briscoe
2002
Peter Dukes
John Adams
2001
Tom Marshall
John Adams
2000
Roy Holmes
Pippa Mackay
1999
Dame Norma Restieaux
Pippa Mackay
1998
Sir John Scott
Anton Wiles
1997
Owen Prior
Brian Linehan
1996
Bert Insull
Brian Linehan
1995
Noel Roydhouse
Dennis Pezaro
1994
Anthony Foley
Dennis Pezaro
1993
Michael Shackleton
Alister Scott
1992
Keith Gibb
Alister Scott
1991
Jeremy Hopkins
Alister Scott
1990
Graham Gordon
Lewis King
1989
Graham Beale
Lewis King
1988
R. W. Hilliker
M. A. H. Baird
1987
M. H. Cooper
M. A. H. Baird
1986
A. R. Stone
J. M. Broadfoot
1985
M. G. Dunshea
J. M. Broadfoot
1984
N. G. Prentice
D. C. Williams
1983
J. P. Broad
D. C. Williams
1982
J. E. Rouse
J. D. P. Hopkins
1981
O. R. Nicholson
J. D. P. Hopkins
1980
B. J. Bowden
B. G. Jew
1979
W. J. Pryor
B. G. Jew
1978
K. E. Kibblewhite
Graham Gordon
1977
Randal Elliott
Graham Gordon
1976
H. H. Gilbert
W. J. Treadwell

The Medical Association of New Zealand

1976
H. H. Gilbert
W. J. Treadwell
1975
N. C. Begg
W. J. Treadwell
1974
G. C. R. Hay
Maurice Matich
1973
K. R. Tyler
Maurice Matich
1972
A. C. A. Coombes
Randal Elliott
1971
A. Douglas
Randal Elliott
1970
K. J. Talbot
Lindsay Brown
1969
Graeme Talbot
Lindsay Brown
1968
W. J. R. Hutchison
Lindsay Brown
1967
N. F. Greenslade
Lindsay Brown

British Medical Association (New Zealand Branch)

1966
A. P. S. Whyte
Lindsay Brown
1965
J. O. Merger
N. C. Rigg
1964
B. J. Bogarty
N. C. Rigg
1963
E. G. Sayers
J. R. Dawson
1962
W. P. P. Gordon
J. R. Dawson
1961
F. P. Furkert
J. R. Dawson
1960
D. C. Low
J. R. Dawson
1959
J. F. Landreth
Russell Thomas
1958
G. W. Gower
Russell Thomas
1957
P. P. Lynch
W. J. P. Hutchison
1956
J. A. Bottinger
W. J. P. Hutchison
1955
G. B. Fitzgerald
W. J. P. Hutchison
1954
P. Kahlenberg
W. J. P. Hutchison
1953
K. MacCormick
W. J. P. Hutchison
1952
F. A. Scannell
J. O. Merger
1951
L. G. L Averill
J. O. Merger
1950
E. H. M. Luke
J. O. Merger
1949
D. S. Wylie
J. O. Merger
1948
J. A. Jenkins
E. H. M. Luke
1947
T. G. Gray
E. H. M. Luke
1946
A. Eisdell Moore
E. H. M. Luke
1945
S. D. Rhind
E. H. M. Luke
1944
W. H. Unwin
J. P. S. Jamieson
1943
W. F. Buist
J. P. S. Jamieson
1942
T. C. Fraser
D. McGavin
1941
H. M. Wilson
D. McGavin
1940
A. Wilson
D. McGavin
1939
P. S. Foster
F. T. Bowerbank
1938
J. P. S. Jamieson
F. T. Bowerbank
1937
T. D. M Stout
G. F. V. Anson
1936
R. Hogg
G. F. V. Anson
1935
D. W. Carmalt Jones
T. F. Corkill
1934
D. S. Wylie
T. F. Corkill
1933
G. Home
T. D. M. Stout
1932
C. G. Aickin
T. D. M. Stout
1931
J. W. Williams
D. E. Fenwick
1930
Thos. Mill
D. E. Fenwick
1929
J. S. Elliott
D. McGavin
1928
Hugh Douglas
D. McGavin
1927
F. S. Batchelor
M. E. Gibbs
1926
S. A. Gibbs
M. E. Gibbs
1925
P. W. Hislop
J. S. Elliott
1924
Carrick H. Robertson
J. S. Elliott
1923
F. G. Gibson
W. E. Herbert
1922
Wm. Young
W. E. Herbert
1921
J. P. D. Leahy
W. E. Herbert
1920
H. Lindo Ferguson
E. W. Giesen
1919
W. K. Fyffe
E. W. Giesen
1918
H. Pollen
J. S. Elliott
1917
J. W. Crawshaw
W. Young
1916
W. E. Collins
W. E. Herbert
1915
William Irving
D. McGavin
1914
W. H. Parkes
J. S. Elliott
1913
H. R. Hatherley
Wm. Young
1912
H. V. Drew
J. R. Purdy
1911
T. C. Savage
J. R. Purdy
1910
J. R. Purdy
W. Fell
1909
T. C. Moore
W. Fell
1908
Thos. Cahill
W. Fell
1907
L. E. Barnett
W. Fell
1906
C. M. Anderson
W. E. Collins
1905
E. Roberton
W. E. Collins
1904
W. E. Collins
E. Roberton
1903
S. A. Gibbs
W. E. Collins
1902
D. Colquhoun
W. E. Collins
1901
G. R. Saunders
W. E. Collins
1900
W. Thomas
W. Fell
1899
W.G. Scott
W. Fell
1898
W. Fell
1897
G. Gleghorn
1896
J. Irving

New Zealand Medical Association

1896
H. Lindo Ferguson
1895
E. Jennings
1894
W. I. Spencer
1893
A. O. Knight
1892
M. S. Grange
1891
L. G. Boor
1890
T.M. Hocken
1889
G. M. Anderson
1888
F. W. E. Dawson
1887
A. Johnston

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

Integrity and Honesty

  • We model the highest standards of personal and professional behaviour in all our activities and interactions.
  • We are open and transparent in our representations and in the way that we work.

Respect

  • We treat each other and all people with respect and dignity.
  • We value individual and cultural differences and diversity.

Fairness

  • We uphold the principles of social justice and the creation of a fair and equitable society.

Inclusive

  • We encourage the active participation and contribution of all members
  • We seek engagement and collaboration with the wider health sector and the communities we serve.
  • We are guided by the Treaty of Waitangi in our obligations to Māori as tangata whenua and partners.

Quality and Excellence

  • We believe that Quality is the foundation of good health policy, systems and delivery.
  • We are committed to developing, promoting and recognising excellence.

Caring and Nurturing

  • We show concern for people’s well-being.
  • We support others in the pursuit of their goals.

Responsible

  • We are accountable for our individual and collective actions.
  • We are conscientious in our work and we use time, money and resources wisely.

Responsive

  • We are proactive in meeting new challenges.
    We are open to change.

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