This is a unique centre where health care is “by the poor for the poor.” Staffed by locals who have been trained on the job, the paramedics handle approximately 47 000 out-patients and 1600 in-patients annually.
Up until now medical supervision has been provided by the founding doctor who is now being forced to retire due to ill-health. A locum is required until a new medical superintendant can take up duties, probably towards the end of 2016.
For more information about the Kailakuri Health Centre watch this video or visit www.kailakuri.com
For more information about this role, please contact the NZCMS Office.