• Loddon Herald

New board appointments

Murray Primary Health Network has announced three new board members, who have each been appointed for a three-year term.

They are former chair of Bendigo Health, Bob Cameron; current CEO of Mallee District Aboriginal Services, Jacki Turfrey and former Graincorp CIO, Andrew Baker.

The company has also farewelled two key foundation board members, general practitioner, Dr Tali Barrett and lawyer, Victor Hamit.

Fabian Reid, Chair of Murray PHN, welcomed the company’s three new board members and thanked the retiring foundation Board members for their long term and extensive contribution to Murray PHN’s growth and maturity.

Murray PHN is a part of the national network of 31 Primary Health Networks across Australia. We work closely with the primary health system to identify opportunities to improve health outcomes in our community, through better coordination and support of health services and by commissioning new services to address the health needs of our population, helps patients to receive the right care in the right place at the right time.

PHNs are not-for-profit organisations funded predominantly by the Australian Government to tackle identified national objectives and local priority areas

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