Board & Partners

Governance

Primary Care Partnerships (PCPs) are made up of a diverse range of member agencies that have a shared commitment to and participation in addressing inequities in partnerships across public and private sectors. Governance is the processes for making and implementing decisions. Good governance requires these processe to be transparent, effective, inclusive, responsive and accountable to their community.

Board Members:

NameRoleAgencyLGA
Ian Fisher (Chair)CEOCastlemaine Health & Maldon HospitalMount Alexander
Dianne CouchCEOCastlemaine District Community HealthMount Alexander
Brenton West (Exec)General Manager, Community WellbeingCentral Goldfields Shire CouncilCentral Goldfields
Karen Stevens (Exec)Director Community WellbeingMacedon Ranges Shire CouncilMacedon Ranges
Margaret McDonald (Deputy Chair)CEOCobaw Community HealthMacedon Ranges
Don TidburyCEOMacedon Ranges Health Macedon Ranges
Maree CuddihyCEOKyneton District Health ServicesMacedon Ranges
Lisa KnightDirector Economic & Social DevelopmentMount Alexander Shire CouncilMount Alexander
Annie ConstableCEOAsteria ServicesCentral Goldfields
Terry WelchCEOMaryborough District Health ServicesCentral Goldfields
Yvette JaczinaClient Services GMCentre for Non ViolenceRegional
Robyn HunterCEOMindRegional
Tricia CurrieCEOWomen's Health Loddon MalleeLoddon Mallee Region

 Central Victorian PCP Board Presentations & Resources:

The CEO Vision Project was a funded initiative of Regional Development Australia. The Project consultation engaged representatives from the health, community services and education sectors in the content and direction of potential investment projects to enhance the health and wellbeing of the communities across the Loddon Mallee Region. This report provides an investment prospectus for social and built infrastructure for related projects. It includes the initial evidence base, discussion content and the Project outlines priorities of the Loddon Mallee Region health services CEOs.

Loddon Mallee Roadmap Report, November 2016

Dementia: A Central Vic PCP cross-catchment 2013-17 Strategic Priority, Catherine Fuller, Early Intervention & Integrated Care, Central Vic PCP – May 2015

Early Childhood: Building the foundations for future optimal health & wellbeing,  Professor Frank Oberklaid, Foundation Director of the Centre for Community Child Health at the Royal Children’s Hospital – March 2015

Rural Social Inclusion, Emma Shannon, Special Projects Officer, Central Vic PCP – August 2014

Justice Services in Loddon Mallee Region,  Jodi Henderson, Department of Justice – June 2014

DEECD Area Partnership Presentation, Barbara Crowe, Department Education & Early Childhood Development – June 2014

 

Central Victorian Primary Care Partnership acknowledges the traditional owners on whose land we live and work, their rich culture and spiritual connection to country. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and celebrate their living culture and unique role in the life of our catchment.

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