Hopsla Welcomes New Facilitator

21 Oct 2013

The Health of Older Persons Service Level Alliance (HOPSLA) welcomes Jane Large, who has started as the new HOPSLA Facilitator with the South Island Alliance Programme office in Christchurch this week.

Jane brings extensive knowledge in the area of Health of Older People, coming from her previous role as Portfolio Manager Older Persons Health, Nelson Marlborough DHB.

HOPSLA chair Dr Jenny Keightley expressed her gratitude to Rachel Eyre who has provided facilitation services to HOPSLA in the interim.

“Rachel ably stepped into the gap left by the departure of Gillian Pearce managing to fit our very large work programme on top of her usual population health facilitation commitment.”

Jenny said she was delighted that HOPSLA and SIaPO had attracted the services of Jane.

“She has many years’ experience in this area, and her enthusiasm and organisational skills are already evident within the first week of her new appointment,” she said.


Published on: Monday, October 21st, 2013, under Older people health