Board of Directors

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2017

 

 

Tupuola Oloialii Koki Tuala (Chairperson)
Management & Finance Professional Member
Namulauulu Dr Nuualofa Tuuau-Potoi
Member of Medical Doctor Profession
Taitu’uga Maryann Lameko-Vaai
Member of Business & Accountant
Reverend Solomona Tuatagaloa. F. T.
Community Representative Savaii
Reverend Popo Su’a
Community Representative Upolu
Tanuvasa Jessie Peter
Registered Allied Health Professional Member
Lemalu Mathew Mualia
Member of Pharmacy Counsel
Fuimaono Dr Peniamina Leavai
Member of Dentist Profession

The NHS Board of Directors has responsibility for overall governance and ensuring that NHS fulfils its statutory functions and performs against targets and outcomes, in the use of public resources.

Under the new National Health Service Act 2014, there are nine Board members, made up of individuals representing expertise in selected professional areas within health, management and finance, and representing the community interest.

There are two Board Sub-Committees with responsibility for overseeing Clinical Governance and Corporate Governance for NHS.

Although the Board maintains overall responsibility for NHS’s performance – operational and management matters are the primary responsibility of the General Manager.

The General Manager and his Executive Management Committee have the responsibility for direct stewardship of the Service’s operations, strategic planning and leading the Service towards meeting its overall goals and objectives and key performance requirements specified in the Strategy for the Development of Samoa, the Health Sector Plan and the

The NHS Board of Directors has responsibility for overall governance and ensuring that NHS fulfils its statutory functions and performs against targets and outcomes, in the use of public resources.

Under the new National Health Service Act 2014, there are nine Board members, made up of individuals representing expertise in selected professional areas within health, management and finance, and representing the community interest.

There are two Board Sub-Committees with responsibility for overseeing Clinical Governance and Corporate Governance for NHS.

Although the Board maintains overall responsibility for NHS’s performance – operational and management matters are the primary responsibility of the General Manager.

The General Manager and his Executive Management Committee have the responsibility for direct stewardship of the Service’s operations, strategic planning and leading the Service towards meeting its overall goals and objectives and key performance requirements specified in the Strategy for the Development of Samoa, the Health Sector Plan and the