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Thursday 27 – Sunday 30 July 2017

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Our Exhibitors

 



Best Practice Software
P: +61 7 3223 7710
E: corrine.hayden@bpsoftware.net
W: www.bpsoftware.net/

Best Practice Software

Stand 22

Best Practice is designed and developed by Frank Pyefinch, the pioneer of clinical software in Australia. Best Practice will be instantly familiar to many Australian GP's because it evolved from the best and smartest work practices contributed bu many Australian GPs. In response to feedback, we have implemented - and will continue to implement - many features that are not currently provided by other software vendors.

The growing functionality of Best Practice has now been enhances with auto SMS. For just a few cents and virtually no effort, new automatic SMS reminder (and confirmation reply) in Best Practice can do much to eliminate the cost and disruption of No Shows. There's no faster, more streamlined system than BP SMS.



Better Health
P: 03 338 5813
E: recruit@betterhealth.health.nz
W: www.betterhealth.health.nz

BETTER HEALTH

Stand 32

Better Health is a general practice development company. Our objective is to develop a more sustainable future, whilst retaining what we recognise as the heart and soul of general practice. We are not a corporation but a group of like-minded colleagues who work in partnership to support and grow the best of independent general practice.



EBOS Healthcare
P: 09 415 3267
E: LGreen@ebos.co.nz 
W: www.ebosgroup.com/

EBOS Healthcare

Stand 29

EBOS Healthcare takes great pride in delivering innovative products and services along with dedicated knowledgeable staff who understand their customer's environment.

We are committed to working with our customers to support their continued focus on the reduction in lifestyle risk factors and maintenance of chronic and complex conditions. We are also working towards preventative healthcare initiatives based on the needs of the community. 

We are looking to work in partnership with the community and are constantly looking for new opportunities and initiatives that challenge the status quo, delight our customer and uphold our position as market leader in the primary care sector. 



Foot Mechanics
P: 0800 436 686
E: hello@footmechanics.com
W: www.footmechanics.com

FOOT MECHANICS

Stand 31

Foot Mechanics provides leading podiatry care to 11 clinics throughout New Zealand. 

We are foot and lower limb professionals. Foot pain, arch pain, heel pain, shin pain, knee pain and lower back pain are our areas of expertise. 

We use leading technology and world class professional development to ensure our podiatrists find and treat the cause of foot and lower limb problems. 

With over 20 years' experience, we are committed to providing gold standard care with the goal of keeping people active. 

Specialists in:
- Biomechanics
- Customised orthotic treatment plans
- Laser treatment for fungal nails
- Ingrown nail surgery
- Diabetic foot care management


 

The New Zealand Telehealth Resource Centre
P: +64 3 977 4524
E: andrew@mobilehealth.co.nz
W: www.telehealth.co.nz

THE NEW ZEALAND TELEHEALTH RESOURCE CENTRE

Stand 17

Telehealth use is growing rapidly and is helping to fill the gap in access to care between rural and urban New Zealand. The Telehealth Resource Centre provides information and recommendations on implementing telehealth in your health care facility. This service is provided by Ministry of Health via Mobile Health Solutions.


 

New Zealand Medical Association
P: +64 4 472 4741
E: nzma@nzma.org.nz
W: www.nzma.org.nz

NEW ZEALAND MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

Stand 19

The New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) is New Zealand's largest medical organisation, with more than 5,500 members from all areas of medicine. The NZMA advocates on behalf of doctors; provides support, professional connectivity and collegiality; offers commercial benefits; and publishes the New Zealand Medical Journal and the Code of Ethics. Its aim is to provide leadership of the medical profession, and to promote professional unity and values, and the health of all New Zealanders.


 

New Zealand Rural General Practice Network
P: 
E: 
W: www.rgpn.org.nz

NEW ZEALAND RURAL GENERAL PRACTICE NETWORK

Stand 13

The New Zealand Rural General Practice Network (The Network) is a membership and support organisation for rural health professionals. As part of our business operation we are contracted by the New Zealand government to provide a rural locum support and recruitment service which we do under the 'NZLocums' brand, recruiting health professionals nationally and internationally. 

Based in Wellington, The Network's national membership and advocacy covers 185 rural practices incorporating 2500 individual members including doctors, nurses, practice managers and students. The Network has relationships with other health sector-related groups including the Royal New Zealand College of GPs, General Practice New Zealand, Medical Council of New Zealand, the New Zealand Nurses Organisation and Immigration New Zealand. 

The Network is a member of the General Practice Leaders Forum and also has strong links to New Zealand's leading medical and nursing schools. 

For more information, please visit www.rgpn.org.nz


 

USL Medical
P: 
E: 
W: www.uslmedical.co.nz

USL MEDICAL

Stand 26

Since 1984, USL Medical has grown to be a significant supplier in the healthcare market of New Zealand. We supply a wide range of products to professionals nationwide in primary healthcare. We are suppliers to all 21 district health boards and public hospitals in New Zealand. Today we have a significant presence in both consumer retail and industrial markets.


 

Work and Income
P: 0800 559 009
E: 
W: https://www.workandincome.govt.nz/

Work and Income, Ministry of Social Development

Stand 3

The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) helps New Zealanders to help themselves to be safe, strong and independent. Work and Income is part of MSD and is responsible for assisting the 12% of the population who find themselves either out of work or unable to work due to the impact of a disability or a health condition. Providing appropriate and suitable support for this latter group involves maintaining a close working relationship with health professionals.

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