Te Akoranga a Māui Chair Dr Mel Wi Repa discusses her family's long history with medicine and mana Māori.
The College is pleased to release the first findings of its 2017 Workforce Survey.
Born in Hāwera Hospital, Dr Hannah Lawn has found her way back to rural roots
Head of the University of Otago Wellington’s Department of Primary Health Care and General Practice, Associate Professor Lynn McBain, says data can be an incredibly powerful tool for primary care management and quality.
The College does not endorse euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide: response to call for submissions on End of Life Choice Bill
Meet Api Talemaitoga: GP in Auckland and Christchurch, former physician to the Fijian Prime Minister and College Board member.
Registrars of the College have now received their examination results.
The College welcomes a new survey report showing that patients think GP waiting room times are acceptable, and that they are treated with respect and kindness.
The College is closed from 22 December 2017 to 8 January 2018. Wishing you all a safe and happy holiday season.
On 13 December parliament voted 76 to 44 in support of David Seymour’s End of Life Choice Private Member’s Bill progressing to a select committee for consideration.
More than 120 GPs and health sector stakeholders gathered in Wellington last week for a robust discussion about innovation and technology in primary health care.
Helmut Modlik is the CE of Patients First, has a wealth of experience in the ICT world, and is advocate for better health systems for all Kiwis.
CE of Ventures Ltd, the creative and innovative branch of Pinnacle Midlands Health Network.
The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners has won its bid to host the 2020 WONCA Asia Pacific Region Conference, which would bring approximately 2,000 family doctors to New Zealand.
The College congratulates Hon Dr David Clark MP on his appointment as Minister of Health, and Hon Julie-Anne Genter MP and Hon Jenny Salesa MP on their appointments as associate health ministers.
Dr Ruth Large is living her dream of improving access to equitable health care for all New Zealanders.
College President Dr Tim Malloy extends his congratulations to the Prime Minister-elect, Jacinda Ardern, on forming a new Government.
Futurist, innovator, educator and thinker
Rural GP and EAG Member Lorraine Brooking has just been appointed to the position of 2017 Board Apprentice.
New Telehealth position statement released in time for College IT summit