Industry Partners

Due to our scale, we have strong relationships across a broad range of healthcare providers. This means we can unlock access to a range of clinical placement opportunities and employment pathways for our students.

All of our Diploma of Enrolled Nursing students will undertake clinical experience in a variety of settings including hospital environments, community mental health and addiction services, home-based aged care environments and rehabilitation settings. Our strong relationships mean we can call on our partners to provide an unparalleled experience.


MercyAscot logo, an organisation that offers clinical placements to enrolled nursing students during their health care courses nz

MercyAscot are one of New Zealand's largest private surgical facilities, with 22 operating theatres, a high dependency unit and an ICU. They operate across multiple sites in Auckland - Mercy Hospital in Epsom, Ascot Hospital in Remuera, and an Endoscopy based service in Epsom and Takapuna.

“MercyAscot is working on Memorandum of Understanding whereby clinical placements will be offered to Healthcare Academy of New Zealand Enrolled Nursing Diploma students. We aim to use these placements to give students exposure to surgical care both in operating rooms and wards."

Dr Ian England, CEO & Maree Cassidy, Chief Nurse/COO, MercyAscot


ABI Rehabilitation logo, an organisation that supports enrolled nursing student placements during their health care courses nz

ABI Rehabilitation is the leading provider of rehabilitation in New Zealand, with specialist intensive and residential sites in Auckland and Wellington for people with traumatic brain injuries. ABI Rehabilitation also provides community rehabilitation for those with traumatic brain injuries and other injuries, and has a specialist paediatric team skilled in working with parents, schools and children with a wide range of injuries and disabilities.

“ABI Rehabilitation was pleased to learn that Healthcare Academy of New Zealand is putting forward a proposal to offer an Enrolled Nursing Diploma and would welcome the opportunity to support the programme.”

Dr Christine Howard-Brown, Chief Executive Officer, ABI



Oceania Healthcare is a developer, owner and operator of residential aged-care and retirement village facilities in New Zealand. The company currently has 44 sites servicing over 3,600 residents across the country and has a strong focus on human connection and quality healthcare for its residents.



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