About Us

Resus Nelson Ltd

Natalie Gallagher – RGN.
Registered Nurse: NCNZ -152397

New Zealand Resuscitation Council CORE Instructor
Membership: New Zealand Nursing Organisation
College of Emergency Nurses New Zealand

Rosie Whittaker – RGN, MN, NZ CATT.
Registered Nurse: NCNZ – 148055

New Zealand Resuscitation Council CORE Instructor
Membership: New Zealand Nursing Organisation
College of Emergency Nurses New Zealand

New Zealand Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching

Resus Nelson Ltd is a member of the Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce.

Together Natalie and Rosie have over 20 years experience in emergency nursing and have both taught CPR and resuscitation for over 10 years.

They are both accredited by the New Zealand Resuscitation Council to provide basic life support training through to advanced cardiac life support CORE CPR courses.

Natalie and Rosie have a passion for teaching, developing in clinical and non-clinical teams and individuals, the capability and confidence to respond to emergency situations within their workplace and community. They custom design courses to provide scenario based training which targets the specific needs of their client’s teams.

Organisational culture

The driving force behind the business is knowing we can make a positive difference to the community.

We are passionate about educating others through knowledge and skills to care for the acutely unwell person, aimed at optimising the outcome.

We value teamwork and endeavour to provide a supportive, cohesive and nurturing environment where we can all thrive and develop to our full potential.

We take pride in maintaining a high standard of professionalism whilst creating a fun learning environment that is a pleasure to be part of.

Above all, we are committed to our customers and to the service we provide.

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Testimonial
The guys had a great morning today with the lovely ladies from Resus. We had two groups of nine with 2-3 first aiders in each group, the ladies then went on to explain DRSABCD and then on to two scenarios involving trauma and a collapse, whilst telling us some interesting stories.

The environment that we did it in was great as subbies and other workers were still working in the area so it made it a real world scenario with distractions you would have before the hooter is sounded.The guys had nothing but great feedback and praise towards the training and everyone learnt some valuable tools to use in the event that we have an accident on site that requires some first aid. More so now that everyone has had a chance to learn and not just the guys put on the normal first aid courses.

Another point the guys made was the benefits of having the training outdoors and onsite rather than in a air conditioned class room with all the paper work which not everyone learns easily from.

The ladies did talk about a certificate they could give out to those that attended and we could file that under everyone's competency records.

All in all very beneficial for the guys and anyone working at the hospice and for those out of work scenarios where we need some knowledge on first aid.
- James Riordan - Site Manager / Gibbons Construction Ltd