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:
Steve provides overall operational and strategic leadership to NZ Health Partnerships.
His previous General Manager roles at the company include driving our strategy and organisational performance, as well our People and Communications teams.
Steve has a consulting and communications background and has previously been Managing Director of two organisations whose clients included Fonterra, Mighty River Power, Southern Cross Healthcare and Foodstuffs NZ.
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.
Hayley Greatwood oversees the National Procurement Service. She brings more than 20 years of management and leadership experience in procurement and supply chain programme management.
Hayley has worked within the financial services, international whiteware and fast moving consumer goods industries. She joined New Zealand Health Partnerships a year ago, as National Manager Procurement, Indirect Products and Services. During this time, Hayley has been instrumental in segmenting the non-clinical spend and building the approved the National Procurement Plan for indirect products and services.
Kathryn oversees our People and Engagement team, with a sharp focus on organisational capability and culture. Prior to joining NZHP, Kathryn worked at large, complex organisations including Auckland Council and Waitemata District Health Board. Much of her experience has focused on leadership and coaching, and the role good leaders play around positively influencing people’s experience of belonging to an organisation.