Eyre and Far North Local Health Network Board
The Eyre and Far North Local Health Network will cover the areas including the Eyre Peninsula and Far North Outback South Australia, extending north to the Northern Territory border, and west to the Western Australia border. The area includes the townships of Ceduna, Cleve, Coober Pedy, Cowell, Cummins, Elliston, Kimba, Port Lincoln, Streaky Bay, Tumby Bay, Wudinna, Oodnadatta, Lock, and Amata on the APY Lands.
The governing board is responsible and accountable to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing for local decision making.
The role of the Eyre and Far North Local Health Network governing board will include setting strategies and priorities for health services in the region, as well as ensuring the EFN LHN achieves the performance indicators in its Service Agreement.
Eyre and Far North Local Health Network Governing Board Chair
Michele Smith is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the North Eastern Community Hospital. Prior to taking on this role, Michele spent eleven years as the Regional Director, Eyre and Far North Region.
Eyre and Far North Local Health Network Governing Board Members
Leanne Dunchue is a self-employed public accountant residing in Streaky Bay. Leanne brings significant financial expertise and local community knowledge to the governing board.
Bruce Green was until recently Mayor of the City of Port Lincoln Council, having held the position for eight years. Bruce is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has previously served on the Port Lincoln Health Advisory Council.
Tina Miller is a Wirangu woman from Ceduna. Tina is currently employed as the Clinical Coordinator and Practice Manager for Ceduna Koonibba Aboriginal Health Service.
Dr David Mills
Dr David Mills is Associate Professor and Director of the Adelaide Rural Clinical School at the University of Adelaide. He has been a practicing GP on the Eyre Peninsula since 1988.
Jamie Siviour has been a strong supporter of Country Health SA and rural health within the Eyre region through his involvement with the Port Lincoln Hospital Inc Board, the Port Lincoln Health Advisory Council and the Lock Health Centre Advisory Committee.
Chris Sweet is a partner at Minter Ellison, Adelaide and Darwin Offices, and Head of Health and Aged Care Practice.