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NSLHD Board Charter

 

​The NSLHD Board Charter sets out the framework for governance within NSLHD and defines the roles, responsibilities and authorities of the Board of Directors. The Charter also explains how the Board is g​overned, how​ the Board Directors are selected and the Board’s structure.​


Related Links​

Chevron  PDF The Board Charter

Chevron  PDF NSLHD Finance Risk and Performance Committee - Terms of Reference

Chevron  PDF NSLHD Health Care Quality Committee - Terms of Reference

Chevron  PDF NSLHD Board Consumer Committee - Terms of Reference

Chevron  Who we are

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 ​NSLHD Board Members

  • Danos Trevor
    Mr Trevor Danos, AM

    Chair
    Trevor is Chair of Northern Sydney Local Health District Board and sits on the boards of Endeavour Energy, Summer Housing, NSW Circular and the privatised NSW Land Registry Office. Trevor is Chair of the NSW Treasury Social Investment Expert Advisory Group and is a member of the Australia SKA Coordination Committee for the Square Kilometre Array telescope.

    Trevor is an Adjunct Professor at the University of New South Wales and the immediate past chair of the Dean of Science's Advisory Council. Trevor was previously a Director of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority and TransGrid and a member of the Cooperative Research Centres Committee. Trevor is the author of the book The Pursuit of Excellence: A History of the Professor Harry Messel International Science School.

    Trevor was made a Member of the Order of Australia on Australia Day 2014.

  • Mary Chiarella
    Professor Emerita Mary Chiarella AM

    Deputy Board Chair
    Mary is a Professor Emerita of Nursing at the Susan Wakil School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney. Mary is an internationally renowned nurse leader with a distinguished career in nursing services, with qualifications in nursing, midwifery and law. Mary conducts research covering three broad themes including: safety and quality; law, ethics and regulatory issues; and improvements in nursing practices/models of care.

    Mary’s career spanning over 40 years began as a clinical nurse in the United Kingdom. Mary was invited to the World Health Organisation Nursing and Midwifery Directorate, Geneva, to develop a compendium of nurse-led Primary Health Care models including a review of global models of care from 38 countries.

    Mary joined the NSLHD Board in 2017 and is Chair of the District Health Care Quality Committee and is a member of the District Board Consumer Committee.

  • Michelle Mulligan
    Dr Michelle Mulligan

    Michelle is a Specialist Anaesthetist (FANZCA) at Royal North Shore Hospital and in the private sector. Michelle is Chair of the Surgery and Anaesthetic Clinical Network of Northern Sydney Local Health District and is a board member for the Agency for Clinical Innovation and Clinical Excellence Commission.

    Michelle’s qualifications include a Master of Business Administration, Fellowship of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD) and Associate Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (AFRACMA). Michelle has also served on a number of boards including the Council, Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists.

    Michelle joined the District Board in 2017 and is a member of the District Finance, Risk and Performance Committee.

  • Keith Skinner
    Mr Keith Skinner

    Keith was the Chief Operating Officer of Deloitte Australia between 2001 and 2015. He began his career in 1974 as an auditor in Deloitte's Sydney office, later moving into the firm's Restructuring Services business. Following secondments to the firm's Melbourne and London offices, Keith returned to Sydney in 1983 and became a partner in 1986. Since retiring from Deloitte, Keith has served as a director of a number of public and private companies. Keith is currently a director at Invocare Limited and Emeco Limited and acts as an advisor to a number of corporate clients advising on strategy, leadership and operations.

    Keith joined the Northern Sydney Local Health District Board in 2017 and is Chair of the District Finance, Risk and Performance Committee.

  • Andrew Goodsall
    Mr Andrew Goodsall

    Andrew is the senior healthcare analyst with MST Marquee Australia. Andrew has specialised in equity research since 1999, and is rated as the number one sector analyst in each of the major surveys since 2004. Prior to joining MST Marquee in 2017, he was with UBS and Citi. Andrew has extensive health policy background culminating in his roles as a senior adviser/chief of staff to a former Victorian Minister for Health.

    Andrew joined the Northern Sydney Local Health District Board in 2013 and is a member of the District Board Audit and Risk Committee and the District Finance, Risk and Performance Committee.

  • Brad Goodwin
    Mr Brad Goodwin

    Brad has over two decades of front line experience as a paramedic, with 12 years as an intensive paramedic specialist and is currently the Director of Safety and Recovery at NSW Ambulance. As a senior Aboriginal manager with NSW Ambulance, Brad has influenced decisions that have led to better employment and health outcomes for both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees and the patients. This has been by encouraging executive level managers to increase the skills of Indigenous paramedics through recruitment campaigns for Aboriginal paramedic specialists. Brad has an Advanced Diploma in Management, an Advanced Diploma Paramedical Science and qualifications in Corporate Governance.

    Brad joined the Northern Sydney Local Health District Board in 2017 and is a member of the District Board Consumer Committee.

  • Anthony Hollis
    Mr Anthony Hollis

    Anthony is a lawyer by training, and is an experienced business leader. Anthony has held senior executive roles in Australia and overseas in a number of areas including multinationals, Australian corporates, investment banking and advisory, healthcare and technology start-ups, not-for-profits, the government sector, and as an advisory to Indigenous-owned businesses.

    Anthony drives strategy and implementation in order to deliver measurable, sustainable value to all stakeholders by combining multidisciplinary commercial and entrepreneurial skills with a special interest in digital transformation, healthcare and commercialisation of early-stage companies.

    Anthony joined the Northern Sydney Local Health District Board in 2013.

  • Donna Lynch
    Dr Donna Lynch

    Donna is trained in anatomical pathology and has spent time as a general practitioner. Following several years working in the United Kingdom Donna returned to Australia and managed a specialist surgical practice. During this time she studied Practice Management and Accounting. Donna spent 10 years at DHM pathology where she trained registrars and scientific officers and took an active part in the expansion and development of the laboratory.

    Donna joined the Northern Sydney Local Health District Board in 2018 and is a member of the District Board Consumer Committee.

  • Karen Filocamo
    Karen Filocamo

    Karen brings with her a wealth of experience in both the NSW health service and the non-government sector having held senior management roles in consumer engagement, health promotion and disability and chronic disease management. Karen has a Master of Health Services Administration and is the former Chief Executive of Arthritis and Osteoporosis NSW.

    Karen joined the Northern Sydney Local Health District Board in 2019, and is the Chair of the District Board Consumer Committee and is a member of the District Health Care Quality Committee.

  • Kimberley Reynolds
    Kimberley Reynolds

    Kimberley is a Chartered Accountant with over 30 years of experience as a consultant working across large private and public sector organisations. She also has a Bachelor of Commerce and Masters of Business Administration (Exec).

    Kimberley has experience with PWC, Unilever, Transport for NSW, Sydney Metro, Service NSW and Business Australia. Her background has been in leading transformation and improvement programs across customer experience, audit and risk, data and analytics, and digital and organisational performance. She has a strength in driving growth, strategy and capability development, realignment of organisations and developing the customer experience. Kimberley is a strong advocate for improving patient experience and the care journey.

    Kimberley joined the Northern Sydney Local Health District Board in 2020 and is a member of the District Health Care Quality Committee.

  • Dr Stephanie Teoh
    Dr Stephanie Teoh

    Stephanie is a general practitioner with over 20 years’ experience in both rural and urban practices throughout Australia. From 2008 to 2015, Stephanie worked in Beijing, China for International SOS. She returned to Australia in 2015 as Medical Director for Qualitas Healthcare Australia, a primary healthcare group, focussing on clinical governance, risk management and primary care models. In 2018 Stephanie joined Osana as a Clinical Director to develop innovation in primary care to improve community health outcomes, chronic disease prevention and health network integration.

    Stephanie is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP), Diplomate of the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DRANZCOG) and holds a Diploma of Paediatrics (Dip. Paeds).

    Stephanie joined the Northern Sydney Local Health District Board in 2020.

The NSLHD Upcoming Board meetings

Northern Sydney Local Health District Board is committed to open and transpare​nt governance. As part of this commitment, the minutes of the monthly Board meetings will be published each month on this webpage.​


​2021 Meeting Schedule

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
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The NSLHD Board Minutes

Northern Sydney Local Health District Board is committed to open and transparent governance. As part of this commitment, the minutes of the monthly Board meetings will be published each month on this webpage.​