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Making a difference - it's what you do. But what about what you need?

Like space. More to do on your days off. Or less. Nature at your fingertips. A team you can count on. A warm welcome. We've got that covered.

If you work in healthcare, it's never been easier to start a new adventure - and we have a team to help you every step of the way.

Come on over to Aotearoa, New Zealand, and make a difference, somewhere different.





Guidance on visa options for you and your immediate family

A choice of relocation packages to help you with the move

Recruitment expertise to assess your career aspirations and match you with your preferred locations

Settlement support when you arrive at your new home in New Zealand

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Looking to start your journey towards a new life in New Zealand? Don't do it alone!

Whether you're looking to get started, or already have your bags packed, our team can help answer any questions you have, no matter what stage you're at.

Use our form to leave your details and ask us a question, and our team will get back to you.


If you've made the decision to move to Aotearoa New Zealand, register your details with us, and take advantage of our team who can help match you to your preferred location based on your experience and preferences.

Fill out our five-minute form with your details, and someone from our team will follow up and help you find a role.

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Aotearoa New Zealand has ranked second on the Global Peace Index for two years in a row, and has never been outside of the top five since the index launched in 2009.

Whether you like the big city, the beach, the mountains, or all of the above - we have a broad range of places to call home.

Find out more information about what part of our beautiful country is the best fit for you.

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Te Tai Tokerau | Northland

Northland is New Zealand's northernmost region and the first one to be settled by Polynesians and Europeans. Northland and especially the Bay of Islands is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, offering an abundance of ancient forests, historical sites and world class beaches - there are over 100 beaches in Whangarei District alone.
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We are part of New Zealand's largest city, Auckland, which has consistently been voted one of the best places to live in the world, and has been named as Condé Nast's top place to visit for 2023. Living in Auckland means unique lifestyle opportunities that come with being in a vibrant urban centre that also happens to have beaches and open spaces around every corner. The attitude among its inhabitants is all about lifestyle – the pace of life is one that is a more relaxed than the central city. An example of this is the beautiful Lake Pupuke which North Shore Hospital borders, a perfect place to enjoy a relaxed lunch break.

Te Toka Tumai | Auckland

Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and commercial hub, and has been named as Condé Nast's top place to visit for 2023. Because of its unique geographic position living here means you can enjoy the benefits of a large city with a wide variety of cafés, restaurants and bars, excellent theatres, galleries and museums and shopping and still be close to stunning natural landscapes, beautiful beaches and nature walks. Auckland is also the largest Polynesian city in the world and the most multi-cultural, with over 180 different ethnic groups. All of which adds up to one big, bustling, cosmopolitan and vibrant place.

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Counties Manukau

Counties Manukau Health is the largest of New Zealand’s District Health Boards by population and a significantly large employer in the Counties Manukau district, providing jobs for more than 8,000 people across the region. Being one of the biggest and busiest healthcare providers in New Zealand puts us in a good position to drive and be part of world-leading projects, clinical breakthroughs and healthcare innovations.
Counties Manukau is part of New Zealand's largest city, Auckland, which has consistently been voted one of the best places to live in the world, and has been named as Condé Nast's top place to visit for 2023.
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Hauora a Toi | Bay of Plenty

Situated on the sunny eastern coast of New Zealand's North Island, the Bay of Plenty really is just that, offering vast golden sand beaches, bush clad mountains, lush farmlands and more. Its pleasant climate means that the area has become a favourite for holidaymakers, retirees and people looking for a lifestyle outside the main cities. The people of the Bay of Plenty love sports and the outdoors. They make the most of the many recreational facilities on their doorstep - such as boating, surfing, fishing, diving, mountain biking and tramping, as well as the traditional team sports of rugby, netball and cricket.
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The Waikato region covers an area of about 25,000 square kilometres, neighbouring Auckland to the north and the Central Plateau to the south. It includes New Zealand’s longest river – the Waikato, plus internationally significant wetlands, and over 1000 kilometres of beautiful coastline its eastern and western sides. At the centre of Waikato is New Zealand’s fourth largest city – Hamilton. Great cafes and bars, shopping malls, river walks, an amazing museum, open spaces and its own lake. Hamilton prides itself as a centre of education with a wide range of public and private schools, the University of Waikato, Wintec tertiary institute of technology, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa (a kaupapa Māori tertiary institute) and Waikato Hospital which is a large tertiary and teaching hospital.
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Tairāwhiti | Gisborne

From sacred mountains to the shores of the vast Pacific Ocean, Tairāwhiti Gisborne is a stunning and unique corner of Aotearoa made for discovery.
Looking back to the arrival of great Polynesian voyagers, Tairāwhiti is a significant region steeped in New Zealand culture and history. As the first place in the world to see the sunrise each day, there’s plenty of time to explore unspoilt beaches and flourishing vineyards, connect with the welcoming people of this land and discover New Zealand in a whole new light. With a calendar of year-round entertainment and experiences to delight you, the land of the first light is a fun-filled destination that offers something for everyone.
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Lakes provides healthcare to a population of 112,000 people from its two general hospitals in Rotorua and Taupō, a top tourist area in New Zealand. In addition to the two urban centres with friendly, modern and progressive hospitals, the areas are known for their beautiful lakes, trout fishing, mountain biking, skiing and other outdoor activities. Family-friendly beaches are also only an hour’s drive away. Working within Te Whatu Ora Lakes is a great opportunity to balance an amazing lifestyle with a rewarding professional experience in a supportive work environment.
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Taranaki is one of those magical places in the world where people come for a visit, and find they never want to leave. The wonderful natural environment with a majestic mountain at its heart, the rugged coastline world-renowned for its surf, great career opportunities, our love of art and culture, cafes and outdoor living mean it's a fantastic place to work, live and play.

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Te Matau a Māui | Hawke's Bay

The region is famous for it's warm temperate weather, gorgeous beaches, and thousands of acres of farmland, orchards and vineyards. Napier, built in a distinctive art deco style, adjoins Hastings, the region’s agricultural service hub. Hawke’s Bay is a large area with around 350km/217mi of coastline hugging the Pacific Ocean on the south-eastern side of the North Island. More than 81,000 people live in the Hastings District, and more than 62,000 in the ‘twin’ city of Napier about 18km / 11mi away. Sport and culture are well catered for with facilities including a recently remodeled Opera House, museums, art galleries and sports arenas. The region is also home to some of the country’s leading secondary schools. Scenic attractions include the world’s largest onshore gannet colony at Cape Kidnappers, many excellent golf courses and the region's classic road cycle races.
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Most residents consider Whanganui one of New Zealand’s prettiest, and most historically significant, provincial cities. It has a hold over the 65,000 people who call it home and the 16,000 district residents who consider it their centre. Located on the west coast of the North Island, Whanganui sits at the mouth of the 290km long Whanganui River - the country's third-longest river and the longest, navigable waterway in New Zealand. While Whanganui Māori view the river and its tributaries as the lifeblood of their people and their land, many non-Māori are also deeply moved by the river, its history and its spiritual significance to those born and raised along its banks. For skiers and outdoor enthusiasts, having the picture perfect, snow capped, volcanic Mt Ruapehu only two hours’ drive from the city is also priceless.

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Capital, Coast and Hutt Valley

Capital, Coast and Hutt Valley district operates five campuses – Wellington Regional Hospital in Newtown; Kenepuru Community Hospital and Ratonga-Rua-O-Porirua in Porirua; Hutt Valley District campus in Lower Hutt and the Kapiti Health Centre at Paraparaumu. Wellington is New Zealand’s capital city, a cultural and cosmopolitan epicentre renowned for its vibrant cafés, restaurants, international sporting and cultural events set in a beautiful natural harbour. Porirua, Kapiti and Hutt Valley are areas north of Wellington.

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Te Pae Hauora o Ruahine o Tararua | MidCentral

Te Pae Hauora o Ruahine o Tararua MidCentral stretches across the North Island of New Zealand from the west to the east coast and is distinguished by the Tararua and Ruahine ranges that traverse the centre of the district, there are 2,500 employees who carry out services to the population of 174,340 with the majority living in Palmerston North. Palmerston North is a major university city and is at the hub of key routes to the central North Island ski fields, and river adventures. The capital city Wellington is only a two-hour journey by road, as are the wine growing regions of Hawke's Bay and Wairarapa.

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The Wairarapa is a stunning region known for delicious wine and food, rugged coast, forest parks and cycle trails, just over the hill from Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. Discover some of NZ's best wine in Martinborough where you'll find some of NZ's best locally made by family-owned vineyards. Get on your bike - enjoy cycling between vineyards, stopping off for tastings and lunch along the way. Head for the coast - Castlepoint and Cape Palliser have unforgettable scenery, great swimming and walking tracks too. The Wairarapa is a perfect compact region to travel around in a motorhome, with plenty of stunning scenery, wine, food, and boutique shopping to discover, as well as great places with a wide range of accommodation to stay in.

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Nelson Marlborough

Nelson Marlborough have a combined population of approximately 145,000 people. Nelson city is the geographical centre of New Zealand, and is renowned for its spectacular natural environment with three national parks within a 90 minute drive. It’s also an artistic capital, thriving urban centre and one of New Zealand's sunniest regions. Picton is the gateway to the famous Marlborough Sounds region renowned for stunning scenic bays, fishing spots, boutique accommodation and water sports. Blenheim is the hub of the famous Marlborough wine district, the largest wine growing area in the country.

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West Coast

Te Tai o Poutini | West Coast

The West Coast region is a thin slice of paradise on the West Coast of the South Island, New Zealand. It is bordered to the east by the peaks of the Southern Alps, and on the west by the rugged and remote beaches of the West Coast. It is an area of magnificent primeval vistas, snow-capped mountains, glaciers, rain forests, tussock grasslands, lakes, rivers, wetlands, and beaches. Our largest centres are Greymouth in the central West Coast, Westport in the North & Hokitika in the South, with the entire coast connected by highways that also run through the Southern Alps to Canterbury and beyond. There are also daily flights from Hokitika to Christchurch and Westport to Wellington, providing easy access to international connections. If you enjoy living within small rural communities or are wanting a change in lifestyle, then the West Coast is for you. We’re leading the way in rural health delivery in New Zealand and if you want to be a part of this journey, then this is the place to be.

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Waitaha | Canterbury

With accessible hills and coastlines, parks and open spaces this is a region where you can live, swim, surf, ski, mountain bike and much more, all during the same season or even in the same day! Ōtautahi Christchurch, the second largest city in Aotearoa New Zealand and the largest city in Te Waipounamu, the South Island, has gone through a number of challenges which has provided us with the opportunity to reinvent our city and the community we live in. Featuring in the New York Times list of 100 cities to visit in 2020, Christchurch is a vibrant, energetic city where urban regeneration, creativity and innovation thrive. It is filled with amazing street art, innovative projects, a booming retail and hospitality scene and state-of-the-art architecture that is changing the way the city looks, feels and functions. Explore the beautiful surrounding mountains and valleys and then in minutes find yourself lazing on the beach. Ōtautahi has something for everyone, whether you’re a city slicker or a rural dweller Christchurch is easily accessible and in addition to all the local benefits, you have a direct link to any country around the globe, thanks to an international airport within the city bounds. So, if it’s the urban or rural lifestyle you prefer then it's time to explore the unrivalled work-life balance of Ōtautahi Christchurch.
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South Canterbury

From the magnificent Southern Alps to the gentle curve of the South Canterbury coastline, our district is simply breathtaking. With great lifestyle opportunities, a safe and welcoming family-friendly environment, affordable living, excellent educational opportunities and a wide range of cultural and sporting facilities, it's no wonder quality of life is a big drawcard for many of those moving to the area.
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Welcome to what almost everyone would describe as New Zealand’s most beautiful region. Not only are we home to the snow-capped mountains, impressive glaciers, flowing rivers and mirror lakes that are the stuff of movies and postcards – we’ve also got the lifestyle and work to match. Our communities are welcoming and family-friendly, with great schools, an extremely affordable cost of living, and plenty to do on your time off – from skiing, water sports, world-class food and wine, and cities and towns full of culture and charm. We’ve got two large, modern hospitals in Dunedin and Invercargill, as well as a range of smaller rural hospitals – so there’s plenty of opportunity for you to grow your career. We can’t wait to welcome you with our Southern smiles!

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Wendy, an ICU educator at Dunedin Hospital talks about her move from Liverpool in the UK to Dunedin, New Zealand and the positive effect it has had on her career and family.


Sara is a midwife, and moved from the UK to Invercargill with her family - hear more about what life has been like for her, and what it's been like to work as a midwife in Aotearoa New Zealand.


Brad is a Consultant Emergency Physician moved from Kansas, USA to Taranaki. Find out what made him fall in love with Aotearoa New Zealand.


From a progressive, culturally-led model of healthcare, to flexible annual leave to take care of your health, find out why these critical care nurses love working in Aotearoa New Zealand:


If you work in healthcare, and want to move to Aotearoa New Zealand, use our form to leave your details. No matter where you are, or what stage of the process you're at, our team can help you.