Enable New Zealand has had confirmation that the range of services it provides to disabled people, on behalf of Ministry of Health, will continue for at least a further three years from 1 April 2015.
The services include Equipment and Modification Services (EMS), complex housing, assessor accreditation, wheeled mobility, and postural management (clinics and advisory service).
Scott Ambridge, General Manager of Enable New Zealand is happy that the Ministry of Health has decided to stick with the organization.
He said: “We are delighted that the Ministry of Health has chosen to renew our contract for service provision.”
“Enable New Zealand works very hard on the Ministry’s behalf to ensure people with disabilities receive timely equipment and modification services. We pride ourselves on our customer service, and ensuring that available funds are spent in the most fiscally responsible way.”
Enable New Zealand is the largest provider of support services across the health, rehabilitation and disability sector for the provision of equipment, housing and vehicle modifications holding regional and national contracts with the Ministry of Health, ACC and District Health Boards. Enable New Zealand is an operating division of MidCentral District Health Board. Its head office is located in Palmerston North, with sites in Christchurch and Hamilton.
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