GP down south welcomes two new Board members. They were inducted last Tuesday prior to a Board meeting. Both come to GP down south with a wealth of experience in the health sector and in governance.
Ms Anne Donaldson is a former Director for the Health and Disability Service Complaints Office; a position that involved strategic leadership in the oversight and management of health, disability and mental health complaints. Ms Donaldson has worked in the health sector for most of her career in a range of positions, and has a depth of experience and understanding of finance, audit, and safety and quality.
Professor Garry Allison is Associate Deputy Vice Chancellor - Research Training. He was formerly Faculty Dean of Research and Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Health Sciences. He is Professor of Neurosciences and Trauma Physiotherapy within the Faculty of Health Sciences at Curtin University. Prof Allison's current role is to lead the Institutional strategy for innovative PhD programs and research training. He maintains research activities and mentoring research groups and individuals to achieve excellence and their chosen field.
L-R: Dr Russell Wallis, Mrs Tricia Scaffidi, Mr David Barton, Ms Anne Donaldson, Prof. Garry Allison, Dr Rupert Backhouse
GP down south is an exemplary not-for-profit community organisation. We have been providing health and wellbeing services in the Peel regions and the South West of WA since 1994.