The Yorke and Northern Local Health Network covers the areas including Yorke Peninsula, Clare Valley, Lower North and Mid North areas of South Australia. This area includes 16 health services at Balaklava, Booleroo Centre, Burra, Clare, Crystal Brook, Jamestown, Laura, Maitland, Orroroo, Peterborough, Port Broughton, Port Pirie, Riverton, Snowtown, Wallaroo and Yorketown.
The governing board is responsible and accountable to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing for local decision making.
The role of the Yorke and Northern Local Health Network governing board includes setting strategies and priorities for health services in the region, as well as ensuring the LHN achieves the performance indicators in its Service Agreement.
John Voumard is the Principal of Voumard Lawyers with offices in Jamestown, Port Pirie, Clare and Adelaide. He has been practicing law in the regional area for 33 years amassing a deep understanding of the community and the region. He has held a longstanding interest in the provision of health services in the region and has previously participated as a Member of the Mid-North Regional Health Board.
John is currently the Chair of the Jamestown Development Association and Chair of the Belalie Arts Society Inc., Jamestown.
Julianne Badenoch is a senior registered nurse and registered midwife with over 40 years’ experience working in rural health. Julianne has post graduate qualifications in Perioperative Nursing and Basic Radiology, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Julianne is currently working for Ardrossan Medical HQ and is also a Clinical Reference Lead for the Australian Digital Health Agency, a contract she has held since 2011. Julianne has post graduate qualifications in Perioperative Nursing and Basic Radiology, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Glenise is an Adnyamathanha woman from the Northern Flinders Ranges, who has worked in Aboriginal Health service provision in the Flinders and Upper North region in excess of 23 years. She is the Director, Aboriginal Health for the Flinders and Upper North Local Health Network, covering the Roxby, Woomera, Leigh Creek, Hawker and Quorn areas.
Liz Malcolm has significant experience in senior management positions across SA, and is currently employed as General Manager Operations, Uniting Country SA. Liz has had a long executive career with Housing SA, including Regional Manager for Yorke and Mid North, Barossa and Gawler and Port Pirie / Port Augusta. Liz is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, has an Advanced Diploma of Management and a background as a Registered Nurse, Registered Midwife and Nurse Practitioner.
The Yorke and Northern Local Health Network Governing Board will hold its Annual Public Meeting on 2 December 2020 at at 5:30 pm in the Barbara J Long Function Room at the Clare Town Hall, 229 Main North Road, Clare.
The Annual Public Meeting is a great opportunity to meet the Board and hear about what has occurred across the Yorke and Northern Local Health Network over the past 12 months.
It is also an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback about health services in our local communities.
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