Our People

We have over 300 health professionals working across the state who passionately believe that every person has the right to be healthy and well.

 

This team comprises multidisciplinary subject matter specialists who offer both clinical and non-clinical support, management and education to address a wide range of health issues. By working together, all our professionals benefit from the knowledge and skills of the whole organisation, able to offer whole solutions that drive real, long-term change to customers.

Our Board of Directors

As a self-employed project consultant Fiona provides business development services and board expertise to the human services sector. Her experience includes contributing significant organisational development as an Executive in the Australian Physiotherapy Association, being appointed as a Foundation Co-Lead of the newly formed Disability Health Network, and currently being Chairman of Kalparrin, a not for profit organisation based at Princess Margaret Hospital, a Director of Community First International and a Board member of the National Disability Insurance Agency.

Amelia has held executive management positions in finance in both the government and private sectors. She has also held senior management consulting roles in corporate finance whilst working with Price Waterhouse Coopers. Her expertise covers strategic planning, project management, business planning, risk management, business process improvement and financial management. 

Amelia  is  currently  a  Director  at  Forrest  Products Commission and is consulting in financial management and transformation. Amelia is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

 

Keith’s extensive business experience and boardroom knowledge includes 25 years Allied Health experience, holding Directorships of several not for profit organisations including Finding Sydney Foundation, Executive Directorship and Non Executive Directorship of an ASX listed company and Chairman of the External Advisory Committee during the establishment of School of Physiotherapy at University of Notre Dame. Keith has operated several physiotherapy practices across Western Australia in both regional and metropolitan areas including Kwinana, Fremantle, Claremont and Kalgoorlie.

Our Executive Team


Elizabeth is an Occupational Therapist originally from the UK who came to Australia about 20 years ago.  In Australia, she has worked in primary health for Silver Chain and Alzheimer’s WA before taking on the CEO role at Midlas, a community legal service and disability advocacy provider.  Most recently, as CEO of Directions Disability Support Services, she has overseen the development of a thriving NDIS allied health service with an excellent reputation for high quality person-centred care.
 
Elizabeth has extensive corporate and clinical governance experience.  She has held numerous Board roles including Carers WA, St Barts and Great Southern GP Network.  She was Chair of the South West WA Medical Local, and currently sits on the WA Board of Australasian Society for Intellectually Disability, and is Vice Chair of WA Individualised Services.

Raph has extensive financial and operational management experience in the Australian health care system across public, private for-profit and not-for-profit hospitals and the aged and community care industry. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia.

Bronwyn is a clinical psychologist with a background in health service management and clinical leadership across the public, private, not-for-profit, and tertiary education sectors. With clinical experience in mental health, she has occupied senior clinical psychology positions, as well as leading teams to develop innovative ways of delivering healthcare and improving access to services for vulnerable populations. She has an interest in, and commitment to excellence in clinical governance, which has led to her involvement in a range of service redesign, and service improvement activities, such as leading a project to introduce statewide clinical risk assessment and management policy and standards for WA mental health services.

Dr Fraser Barrie graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1993 and has worked as a GP in the Rockingham/Kwinana area for the last 18 years. Fraser has previously worked as an owner/ director with Delta Health and Gemini Medical Services. He is currently a medical director of Sonic HealthPlus Rockingham. Fraser subspecializes in skin cancer medicine, occupational medicine and medicolegal assessments. He is a keen advocate of best practice in patient care and sound clinical governance.