We are a specialist provider of high quality biopsy pathology diagnostic services to medical professionals and patients in Auckland
We are owned and operated by senior New Zealand specialist medical practitioners who have in depth knowledge of the New Zealand healthcare system. We seek to provide innovative and timely services to patients and their caregivers with the aim of improving health outcomes.
We seek to provide high quality, affordable medical services to the people of New Zealand that contribute to the health and well being of communities resulting in sustainable healthcare
To support the vision of the New Zealand healthcare system by providing our customers (patients, healthcare professionals and the purchasers of healthcare products and services) with high quality, innovative and affordable biopsy diagnostic services.
Operate in a collaborative manner with stakeholders to ensure that the objectives of the NZ healthcare system are met.
Maintain a high level of competence. Act at all times with integrity and the highest ethical standards.
3. Community focused
Ensure that decisions and actions contribute to achieving health gains for the NZ community.
Work in an open and transparent way so that stakeholders have confidence in the services we supply.
5. Cultural Appropriateness
Act in ways which incorporate the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and acknowledge cultural diversity.
Countries such as NZ will struggle to meet the ever increasing costs associated with the provision of highquality healthcare. Biopsy Solutions will work with funders and providers to achieve the goal of sustainable, affordable high quality healthcare.
Dr Tony Bierre who takes over a major governance and managerial role.
Tony graduated from the University of Auckland School of Medicine in 1977 and trained as a surgical pathologist in Auckland gaining his specialist surgical pathology qualification (FRCPA) in 1983. He then spent 2 years in USA gaining further experience in surgical pathology and cytopathology at the Duke University Medical Centre in North Carolina and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. He was appointed consultant surgical pathologist to the Royal Melbourne Hospital in 1986 and later at the Royal Hospital for Women in Sydney in 1988.
In 1989 he joined New Zealand’s largest laboratory, Diagnostic Laboratory in Auckland as Director of Surgical Pathology and Cytopathology, overseeing a period of considerable growth. In 2003 he left to pursue other interests graduating MBA from the University of Otago in 2004. Since that time he has been involved in a number of pathology, business and governance roles including an elected Board Member of the Auckland District Health Board. In 2007 he was awarded the NZ Special Services Medal.
Dr Fergus Oliver