ProCare Health (PHO) Limited

Board of Directors

Taima Campbell (Chair)

Taima Campbell RGON, MHSc (Nsg) is the Director for Hauraki Health Consulting Ltd and has been the Executive Director of Nursing for the Auckland District Health Board. As a registered nurse, she brings experience in child health, Maori health and nursing leadership. 

Tevita Funaki

Tevita Funaki is the CEO of The Fono, a Pacific provider of medical, dental, social, public health and education services. Born in New Zealand but raised in Tonga, Tevita attended Otago University and graduated with a B.Com in 2000 and a Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management from Unitec in 2007. Prior to joining The Fono in July 2010, Tevita was the Pacific Health Manager for ProCare Health Ltd and the National Pasifika Liaison Advisor for Massey University. He completed the maximum term as Chairman of the ProCare Health (PHO) Ltd in 2021. He is currently the Chairman of the ProCare Pacific Advisory Committee.

Dr Stephanie Taylor

Dr Stephanie Taylor is a GP and partner at St Heliers Medical where she has practiced since 2004, previously working in general practice in Wellington and South Auckland. In addition to her role on the ProCare board Dr Taylor is an examiner for the RNZCGP and sits on the New Zealand Medical Association General Practitioners Council.

Dr Jodie O'Sullivan

Dr Jodie O'Sullivan was born in Rotorua and went to Otago University completing her medical degree in 1989. She completed post graduate training in Australia and the United Kingdom, returning to New Zealand with post graduate qualifications in General Practice and Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

She has been working in General Practice for eighteen years with a special interest in Paediatrics and disease prevention.

Jodie is a former Director of the PHO Board and teaches communication skills at the Auckland University Medical School.

Ann Davis

Ann is a Registered Nurse and is currently Nurse Manager at Health New Lynn where she has worked for the past eight years. She has also held management positions with Healthwest PHO and was Primary Care programme manager in Waitemata DHB’s Planning and Funding directorate.

Sarah (Hera) Kinred (Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei)

For the past four years, Sarah has been working at Te Rau Ora as Kaitiaki Mātauranga Māori where she has been responsible for creating two Mātauranga Māori Qualifications and leading three wānanga (Kaitiaki Ahurea, He Puna Whakaata and Matatini Ora) across the motu.

Prior to this she has worked for Waitematā District Health Board, Open Wānanga and Te Wānanga O Aotearoa. Sarah is a trained teacher and also has experience in the Mental Health and Addictions space.