Why I chose medicine – Tim Colson’s story

Why I chose medicine – Tim Colson’s story

Rarely do high school students know what they want to do when they grow up, but when Tim Colson spent time aboard the mobile surgical unit – Te Waka Hauora back in 2014 while in school, the seed was already planted that his future was going to be in medicine. Tim...
Founder Stuart Gowland recognised for honours

Founder Stuart Gowland recognised for honours

You may have spotted the big blue mobile surgical unit as it travels up and down the country, but you may not know the concept for sharing mobile came from a visionary man, Stuart Gowland, who will become a companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for his...
Celebrating 15 years of Continuous Professional Development

Celebrating 15 years of Continuous Professional Development

Rewind to 2005, Mobile Health started the Continuous Professional Development programme – a range of education sessions designed to upskill and support health professionals living and working in rural New Zealand. The topic of the first ever study session was on… wait...
A Better Future For Rural Health

A Better Future For Rural Health

   A recording of the webinar is now available to watch here To help members and rural stakeholders inform their vote, spokespeople from the four biggest political parties took part in the Rural Health Political Panel Webinar, convened by the Rural General...
2020 Mobile Health Annual Report released

2020 Mobile Health Annual Report released

Mobile Health has released its 2020 Annual Report for the year ended 30th June 2020. Mark Eager, Mobile Health Chief Executive says “We are delighted to have treated a further 1,443 patients this year on the Mobile Surgical Unit. Last August the team reached its...