After almost five years of service, Catholic Health Australia’s Chief Executive, Suzanne Greenwood, will depart the organisation on 2 August 2019 to take up the position of Executive Director of The Pharmacy Guild of Australia. The CHA Board has appointed Korn Ferry to lead the process to recruit a new leader for CHA. CLICK HERE to read the advertisement.
After almost five years of service, Catholic Health Australia’s Chief Executive, Suzanne Greenwood, will depart the organisation in August 2019.
CHA Board Chairperson, Paul Robertson AO, said whilst sorry to see Ms Greenwood depart, he was grateful for her leadership contribution and wished her every success in her future career.
Mr Robertson said, “Suzanne is a fierce advocate for expanding access to health care for all people and has led CHA expertly, and always with the best interests in mind of those who are cared for in Catholic hospitals and aged care services."
Catholic Health Australia congratulates Prime Minister Scott Morrison and all members of his Coalition Government on their Federal Election victory. Chief Executive Suzanne Greenwood said that Catholic Health Australia looks forward to continuing to work with the Government for improved health outcomes for all Australians. DOWNLOAD MEDIA RELEASE.
On the 19th of June the ‘Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2017‘ comes into effect in Victoria. Since the Act’s passing in 2017, Catholic health and aged care services in Victoria have been working together to ensure that we have a clear and consistent response to the Act. Our services are committed to excellent end of life care and have been serving the Australian community in end of life care for nearly 130 years. DOWNLOAD MEDIA RELEASE.
Catholic Health Australia is supporting a diverse coalition of aged care providers, unions, health professionals and consumer groups who are calling on candidates in the May 18 Federal election to commit to “getting aged care right for everyone”.
CHA CEO Suzanne Greenwood said all Australians deserved to age well and with dignity, whether they chose to be at home or in residential aged care. DOWNLOAD MEDIA RELEASE.