Who are we?;xNLx;;xNLx;New Zealand’s largest primary care network of qualified family doctors (GPs), nurses and general practice teams.;xNLx;;xNLx;We are New Zealand’s largest and most diverse cooperative of healthcare professionals, with a local and personal approach to delivering world leading health services. We support grassroots action and people determining their own futures while providing a strong voice for primary care at the national level. If you want to have a real impact on the future of general practice in New Zealand, join a Primary Health Organisation that is innovative, bold, capable and positive about the future of primary care.;xNLx;;xNLx;We value community-based and family-orientated healthcare and believe the future of general practice is central to the whole health system. We are practice-focused and this is reflected in all aspects of our organisation. General practitioners, nurses, practice managers and owners are represented across ProCare in governance, management, leadership and quality improvement roles. ;xNLx;;xNLx;ProCare is an engine of innovation that promotes partnership and leads debate about how we fund and deliver health care in the 21st century.
PHO performance for the 5 transitional IPIF measures
This year’s Round the Bays was a huge success for Team ProCare, with more than 300 people registering to take part including 28 practices.
Regional Manager, Kylie Ormrod presented at the International Conference of Integrated Care in Barcelona, Spain. ProCare’s entry was shortlisted as a finalist for the International Integrated Care Award.
Paper published by ProCare employee - Balveer Singh Sikh, Mental Health & Addiction Practitioner
Throughout the 15/16 financial year - ProCare maintained a level of accredited practices above the national level.
An Auckland solo GP and a practice manager feel their practice is in limbo after completing the RNZCGP’s new entry-level standard processes. The duo spent eight months revising existing systems and instituting new ones in line with the college’s Foundation Standard. Practice manager Sharon Dorsett says the job was finished to PHO ProCare’s satisfaction in mid-December 2015.
Nineteen more practices qualify to start the Flexible Funding initiative from 1 July 2016
Steve Boomert, CEO of ProCare was awarded the Pegasus Champion award in recognition of his strategic leadership, vision, determination and for making the health system better for all New Zealanders.
Project Manager Debbie Owen presented on ProCare's award-winning Mission Smokefree project
Five ProCare practices are the first to join the new Flexible Funding initiative.