New Zealand Military Nursing
New Zealand Army Nursing Service - Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps

Nominal Rolls for World War One , including the 12 nurses who served with the Australian Army Nursing service.ww100

Nominal Rolls for World War Two includes those who served in the NZANS and the NZWAAC (Medical Division).

Nominal Roll for those who served in the NZANS & NZWAACs in Japan (JayForce).

Nominal Rolls for those who served between 1946 to 1970 for Officers and 1946 to 1977 for Other Ranks. Nominal Rolls from 1971 - 1990 including Vietnam, now completes the rolls published in 1990. No further updates to these rolls will be made until the updated publication of the RNZNC History in 2015 for the 100 years of Military Nursing in New Zealand.

NOTE: Every endeavour has been made to ensure these rolls are accurate and where service overlaps the time periods below then the name will be included in the next period to show continued service.

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New Zealand Army Nurses who served with Australian Army Nursing Service 1914-1918.
WW2 Nominal Roll lists all who served in the NZANS 1939 - 1948.
Includes Jayforce Roll.
1st 50
April 1915
First 50 Army Nurses to leave New Zealand
WWI Roll lists all who served in the NZANS, including some civilian Nurses, Masseuses and VADs during the period 1914 -1922.
WW2 Nominal Roll lists all who served in the NZWAAC 1941 - 1948.
Includes Jayforce Roll.

Officer and Other Rank Rolls. 1946 to 1977.

These rolls include Officers up to 1970 and Other Ranks up to 1977

Vietnam Rolls
There are two rolls. The first lists all RNZNC nurses who served In Vietnam.

second list is of TF nurses who served as civilian nurses with the NZ Surgical Team.


RNZNC 1971 to 1990

This web site is dedicated to those nurses who have served and continue to serve our country
Original listing of these nurses from "New Zealand Military Nursing - A History of the Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps Boer War to the Present Day." by Sherayl Kendall and David Corbett, and updated by Sherayl McNabb (nee Kendall) 2009.

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