Otago support boosts charity hospital

25th August 2020

Just over 12 months ago, Otago-based The Southern Trust national grants manager Steve Bennett contacted Melissa Vining, having followed her husband Blair’s journey with bowel cancer and mission to see better cancer care for New Zealanders in the media.  At the time, Blair was undergoing treatment and the charity hospital… Read more

The Aftermatch a sell-out

24th August 2020

Tickets to a gala dinner set to benefit the Southland Charity Hospital have sold out – just a handful of hours after going on sale. The Aftermatch will be held at spectacular Bill’s Shed venue at Bill Richardson Transport World on October 17. The evening promises to blend lots of… Read more

Introducing board chairman, Dr Murray Pfeifer

23rd August 2020

Our board chairman, Dr Murray Pfeifer, is hugely respected within the medical community here in the deep south. We feel incredibly privileged to have him serve as board chairman for the Southland Charity Hospital. Dr Pfeifer arrived at Southland Hospital soon after graduating from medical school. Aside from brief stints… Read more

Tradies: the Southland Charity Hospital need you!

21st August 2020

Calling all tradespeople – the Southland Charity Hospital needs your help to turn our vision into a reality. We are set to host an information evening for tradies keen to get involved in our cause, on 26 August 2020. Come along and talk to Southland Charity Hospital board members and… Read more

Get ready to Pack the Park

11th August 2020

UPDATE: Please note, an earlier version of this article stated stand tickets will cost $15. This is incorrect. Those sitting in the stands during the Pack the Park and Southland Stags games will pay standard admission prices for this. The Southland Charity Hospital is by the community, for the community:… Read more

Meet our new general manager, Helen Robinson

10th August 2020

Our brand-new general manager, Helen Robinson, had a baptism by fire when she took on her role with the Southland Charity Hospital. Originally from England, and having moved to Invercargill from Shetland (an archipelago in the Northern Isles of Scotland), she started with the hospital on Wednesday 29 July –… Read more