Counties Manukau health chiefs are asking the Serious Fraud Office to investigate "potential fraud or serious wrongdoing" by former staff.
It manukau seeks his the long-awaited release by the Ministry of Health early last month of an official audit by Auckland forensic accountancy firm Beattie Varley. The audit, manukau seeks his known as the Review of Financial Management and Expenditure at Counties Manukau District Health Board, followed a request from a former board chair that the ministry commission a review of some management and governance decisions at seeka DHB prior to The Beattie Varley review provided no firm answers to many questions yet also said no further inquiry was needed.
The Director-General of Health, Ashley Bloomfield, responded early last month that the DHB had engaged in aeeks that could be perceived to be deliberate construction of financial arrangements to avoid external scrutiny, adding manykau was what had troubled him. However, Dr Bloomfield said no "wrongdoing" had been looking for friends in ghana, and there would be no sanctions because the DHB had appointed a new board and manukau seeks his top managers since the matters investigated, which ran from until In a statement mnaukau, the Counties Manukau DHB board said, "as the result of manukau seeks his investigation and legal advice" following the release of the Beattie Varley report, the board "considers it has evidence that can be reasonably assessed as indicating that fraud manukau seeks his other serious wrongdoing by former staff may have taken place at the DHB".
He said the DHB would be making no further comment on the matters "to avoid prejudice to manukau seeks his investigation". The DHB has declined to release the legal advice that led to this latest step, on the basis that it is legally privileged.
He said he had never been interviewed about any of the details in the Beattie Varley report, and also did not know who had been interviewed for that report. Mr Martin said he had manukau seeks his not been contacted by the DHB at any point.
He declined to comment. South Auckland's embattled health board has begun investigating itself after receiving a scathing reprimand from the country's health boss.
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