Each member of the Board is appointed by the Minister of Health by notice published in the Gazette.
Each member is appointed for a term of 3 years or such shorter term as is specified in the notice of appointment, and may be reappointed from time to time. Under Section 120 of the HPCA Act 2003, the Board currently consists of seven members including two lay members.
The role of the Board is to set the strategic direction of the organisation, monitor management performance and ensure the Board meets the requirements of the HPCA Act 2003.
THE BOARD COMPRISES:
Janice Mueller, (Chairperson), registered physiotherapist, from Auckland.
Maarama Davis, (Deputy Chairperson), registered physiotherapist, from Wellington.
Sandra Ferdinand, registered physiotherapist, from Christchurch.
David Baxter, registered physiotherapist, from Dunedin.
Cameron McIver, lay member, from Wellington.
John Sandston, lay member, from Nelson.
Scott Thomson, registered physiotherapist, from Christchurch.
The Health Committee is a delegation of the Board, and is in place to support, advise and, when sought, make decisions on fitness to practise under the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003.
It advises the Registrar regarding the management of physiotherapists’ Fitness to Practise matters (mental or physical condition), and meets a minimum of three times a year.
Sandra Ferdinand (Chair)
Janice Mueller (Chairperson of the Board)
Maarama Davis (Deputy Chairperson)
Jodie Black (Consulting Psychologist)
Alice Barach (Consulting Physiotherapist)
Jeanette Woltman-Black (CE)
Ross Johnston (Registrar)
The Risk and Audit Committee is a delegation of the Board charged with governance oversight of the Board’s financial controls, risk management, and legislative compliance.
Cameron McIver (Chair)
Janice Mueller (Chairperson of The Board)
Scott Thomson (Board Member and Physiotherapist)
Jeanette Woltman-Black (Chief Executive)