Derek Wright leaving role at Waikato District Health Board

Interim chief executive Derek Wright today sent an email to all staff informing them he will be leaving Waikato District Health Board at the end of April after a 19-month stint in the role.

He was brought in as the replacement for Dr Nigel Murray, who resigned in October amid an expenses scandal and was tasked with changing the culture, creating a workplace people were proud of, getting Waikato Hospital to the top of its game, and turning around the DHB’s financial problems.

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By: Amy Wiggins

Source: NZ Herald

15 Mar, 2019 11:49am



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