WINTEC have recently set up a new student-assisted clinic at it's Rotokauri campus, designed to help address unmet health needs in the community and positively impact the training experience of healthcare students who help deliver clinic services. Trust Manager Paula Baker said, "this clinic is a great way for students to embed their learning and gain important hands-on experience while providing free services to vulnerable communities. Assisting WINTEC with the purchase of the HbA1c lipid testing device was a great way to support this important mahi and contribute to student learning outcomes and capability building". The team at WINTEC were grateful for Braemar's support to "purchase an incredibly important piece of equipment for the clinic - an HbA1c and lipid testing device that enables results on the spot. This will enable us to monitor and screen clients/whānau with much more ease and speed, both for initial and follow up assessments".