Our Chief Executive is appointed by the NZHP Board and is one of five members of the Executive Leadership Team.
Our four General Managers are responsible for:
Megan joined us in March 2016 from Health Purchasing Victoria, where she held the role of Chief Executive for eight years. Health Purchasing Victoria is responsible for the procurement and management of over 40 contract categories (clinical, indirect materials, services and equipment streams) for the 80 independent health services organisations servicing a population of just under six million.
Megan holds Degrees in Engineering and Science, an MBA from The Melbourne Business School and a Diploma in Leading Change & Organisational Renewal from Harvard Business School.
Steve is responsible for driving our strategy and organisational performance as well as keeping our shareholders and other stakeholders at the heart of our business. He has been Managing Director of leading PR firm Baldwin Boyle Group, Managing Consultant of SweeneyVesty and is a former Head of External Relations for ANZ Bank.
Grant is responsible for producing our disclosure documents and reports.
Grant is an experienced executive and has held senior leadership roles as CFO, CEO, Independent Director, Advisor and Banker within various organisations including Masonic Villages & Masonic Care, Ultimate Care Group, Wilson Hellaby and ANZ.
He brings sound people and commercial judgement, understanding value drivers for boards, shareholders and banks; and a strong awareness of managing financial and reputation risk.
Paul is responsible for overseeing the National Oracle Solution and the National Infrastructure Platform. Paul has extensive technology and operations experience gained from various role at Fletcher Building, Datacom and Capgemini UK.
Paul was Corporate CIO of Fletcher Building for more than 10 years, followed by two years as the company's GM Technology and Operations.
Colin is responsible for overseeing the National Procurement Service. Colin comes from Health Purchasing Victoria (Australia). For the last seven years he has been driving the organisation's strategic procurement initiatives. He was also responsible for establishing and implementing state-wide procurement and sourcing strategies across pharmaceuticals, medical devices, medical equipment and clinical services. Colin is a pharmacist and holds an MBA.