Join Now The New Zealand Institute of Health Management (NZIHM).  Better leadership. Healthy communities.

NZIHM has been contributing to improving healthcare management since 1946 and is one of NZ's oldest serving healthcare organisations.  

Via MOU, NZIHM is a branch of the Australasian College of Health Service Management (ACHSM), who have 10 branches throughout Australia, NZ and Hong Kong.  NZIHM has active branches in Auckland, Rotorua, Wellington and Christchurch. We provide a wide variety of information services to keep members abreast of current developments and thinking in Health Services Management.  No Branch near you?  We welcome member interaction - let us know and we can put you in touch with members in your area.  Membership to NZIHM is your path to Fellowship - applications for 2018 are soon open.  Watch this space for the 2018 intake. See Fellowship criteria under EDUCATION section.


ACHSM Conference:   Make plans to attend the Australasian College of Health Service Management (ACHSM) 2018 Asia-Pacific Annual Congress in Darwin, Australia – 19-21 September 2018.  Let us know if you are going so we can arrange for you to join us for dinner!


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Upcoming Seminar with John McTaggart - 27 February 2018

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A Talk With Rod Perkins - CEO of Dementia Auckland

Tuesday 12th December

Rod will reflect on the paradigm shift in expectations of health managers during a period of turmoil and instability in health services management. He will raise questions about who will become the health services managers of the future and what their drivers will be. Those attending the seminar will be invited to participate in what will be an interactive discussion.



ACHSM Competency framework

The ACHSM Board determined to undertake a comprehensive review of the IHF Global Directory including a gap analysis against recent work in the region and indeed our existing Framework.


Australia's health 2016

This is the 15th biennial health report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. This edition combines analytical feature articles on highly topical health issues with short statistical snapshots.