We are a New Zealand company that is focused on superior customer service. We chose this particular product, Buddi, because it is superior, reliable, durable and uses the latest GPS technology. It also has multiple features and caters for a variety of users with different needs. We were impressed that it is great for older people who are mobile but could be at risk, children who might wander and get lost, as well as lone workers who might be at risk.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our business partners and enjoy working with Vodafone New Zealand and Buddi UK to provide a unique and valuable medical alarm service in New Zealand.
[TraceCare GPS Medical Alarms is the consumer-focused website for TraceCare Limited.]
MInstD, BSc (Hons), Dip Teach
Jim is an experienced executive who has worked in Telecommunications, Government and the Health sector. He is a Chartered Member of the NZ Institute of Directors and Chair of the Healthy Futures Trust and Chair of a large Medical Centre’s Advisory Board.
Jim works with a number of professions and sits on Professional Conduct Committees.
Jim is a very experienced businessman and has created a range of new organisations and led the system design changes for large corporations and the New Zealand Crown.
You can contact Jim on +64 (0)27 754 9950
Chief Technology & Operations Officer
PG Dip PICT
Warren has vast experience within security, monitoring and emergency management sectors. Warren is responsible for ensuring TraceCare’s services are innovative and effective.
Warren has international experience in security, risk management and business management across both the private and public sectors. He is a recognised expert in Protective Security Requirements.
Warren’s security experience and expertise means that he is often asked to consult with the New
You can contact Warren on +64 (0)21 225 3271
Manager of the SafePlus Accreditation Body
Rachel brings with her the dual skill of being both a registered social worker and lawyer. She is very experienced in psycho-social assessments, competence assessments of professionals and professional regulation.
Rachel began her career as a Health Social Worker and spent 13 years working in a variety of health settings including hospitals, health centres and community health agencies.
In 2009 Rachel graduated with a LLB with first class honours and was admitted to the Bar in October
Rachel has extensive experience in professional regulation (conduct/competence and health) as well
as policy and legislation development.