NZHDC is a network of professionals dedicated to advancing quality in the design, planning and management of New Zealand’s health facility infrastructure. The NZHDC meets on a regular basis, generally on the third Tuesday of each month.
The Australasian College of Health Service Management (‘The College’) is the peak professional body for health managers in Australasia and brings together health leaders to learn, network and share ideas.
The Australasian Health Infrastructure Alliance (AHIA) is a unique Australian and New Zealand public sector collaboration and was established in 2004.Formerly the Health Capital Asset Managers’ Consortium (HCAMC), AHIA comprises senior asset managers from the public health authority of each Australian state and territory and New Zealand. One of the key commitments of AHIA is to support industry organisations and member jurisdictions to better plan, procure and manage their health capital assets. AHIA is the custodian of the Australasian Health Facility Guidelines (AusHFG) which were first released in 2007. The Alliance works across Australia and New Zealand to bring together information, research and practical experience about developing and managing health assets and infrastructure.
Founded in 1948, the UIA is a fedehttp://www.uia-architectes.orgration of national professional organisations working to unify architects, influence public policies and advance architecture in service to the needs of society. Its collaboration with the AHDC is primarily through its Public Health Group that helps members of the design profession understand and accept their responsibility to create places that protect health, develop better health and restore health once it is impaired.
IHEA leads the way for our members to excel in providing state of the art health care facilities and leading-edge management services to support the health and wellbeing of all Australians.