Leading healthcare provider ProCare has today announced several changes to its Co-operative Board following last week’s 2022 Annual General Meeting.
Dr Francesco Lentini (Elected Director) has been appointed for an additional three-year term, and Dr Jan White (Elected Director) has stepped down having served her maximum nine-years on the Board.
Dr Harley Aish, Chair of the ProCare Board says: “We are delighted that Dr Lentini has been appointed for another three-year term. His knowledge and expertise will serve the Board well as we navigate the biggest health reforms in a generation and will provide us with the continuity we need.
“I also want to express my sincere thanks to Dr White for her years of service to the Co-operative Board. Her dedication and knowledge are second to none, and we wish her all the best for her future endeavours,” he continues.
Commenting on his re-appointment Dr Lentini says: “I am pleased to have been re-appointed to the ProCare Co-operative Board. I believe now, more than ever, we need to maintain general practitioner representation around the Board table so that I can represent our members’ interest across the network in the best way possible.”
ProCare is a leading healthcare provider that aims to deliver the most progressive, pro-active and equitable health and wellbeing services in Aotearoa. We do this through our clinical support services, mental health and wellness services, virtual/tele health, mobile health, smoking cessation and by taking a population health and equity approach to our mahi. As New Zealand’s largest Primary Health Organisation, we represent a network of general practice teams and healthcare professionals who provide care to more than 830,000 people across Auckland and Northland. These practices serve the largest Pacific and South Asian populations enrolled in general practice and the largest Māori population in Tāmaki Makaurau. For more information go to www.procare.co.nz