Health Service Board

The CAHS Board is the governing body of CAHS. Appointed by the Minister for Health, members have experience across the fields of medicine and health care, finance, law, and community and consumer engagement.

There are four standing committees of the Board, made up of Board members:

The Clinical Advisory Group, comprised of staff from across CAHS, also advises the Board on strategic issues.

Board members


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Dr Rosanna Capolingua

Board Chair

MBBS FAMA FAICD

Dr Rosanna Capolingua is a General Practitioner with broad experience across health care delivery, serving as the Australian Medical Association (AMA) WA President and Federal AMA President.

A member of the Federal AMA Executive for six years, she chaired the Ethics and Medico- Legal committee, Finance committee and Taskforce on Indigenous Health.

She has extensive Board experience, including the Medical Board of WA, Professional Services Review Committee, Healthway and the Board of MercyCare. She was Chair of the Governing Council for the Child and Adolescent Health Service, Deputy Chair of the North Metropolitan Health Service, and a member of the WA Mental Health Commission’s Alcohol and Other Drugs Advisory Board. She continues as Medical Director of the AMA (WA) Foundation, Chair of the Board of AMA (Ltd), Chair of the WA Immunisation Strategy Committee, and member of the AMA Indigenous Scholarship Foundation and St John of God Healthcare Australia Boards. 

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Dr Alexius Julian

MBBS

Dr Alexius Julian (MBBS) is a highly-skilled clinician with significant experience in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) across health care. In particular, Dr Julian has previously served as the Chief Medical Information Officer at the St John of God Health Care Group, was a Clinical Lead in the commissioning of ICT at Fiona Stanley Hospital, and has also worked as a Medical Leadership Adviser for the Institute of Health Leadership. 
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Dr Shane Kelly

MBBS, MBA, MPH, Grad Cert L&CC, FAIC, FRACMA, FACHSM, FAIM

Dr Shane Kelly is a highly experienced health executive with an extensive career in the public and private hospital and health systems in WA and QLD. He has been Group CEO of St John of God Health Care since June 2018. His previous role was Group CEO of Mater Misericordiae Ltd, in QLD from 2015 to 2018. In addition to his medical qualifications, Dr Kelly completed an MBA and MPH and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors amongst other Fellowships.

Dr Kelly also has extensive board experience, he is currently on the St John of God Health Inc. and Foundation boards and was previously on a number of health boards including the Australian Clinical Labs Board, Mater Medical Research Institute Board and the WA Institute of Medical Research Board.

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Mrs Nicole Lockwood

LLB, BBus (Env) GAICD

Mrs Nicole Lockwood is an experienced executive, with 20 years working in law, government and strategic advisory services, including 15 years of board experience on government, corporate and not for profit boards. She is currently a board member of NBN Co, Green Building Council of Australia and the WA Association for Mental Health and is Chair of the Malka Foundation Board, Airbridge Board and Infrastructure WA.

Her background is in the areas of infrastructure, economic development and community engagement. Mrs Lockwood is currently Director of Lockwood Advisory and holds legal and business qualifications. She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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Dr Daniel McAullay

Ph.D, M AppEpi, B.Sc.

Dr Daniel McAullay is a health professional and a past member of the CAHS Governing Council, and has extensive experience as a member on health boards and committees.

He currently works as the Director of Aboriginal Research at Edith Cowan University and is an Associate Professor with the Centre for Improving Health Services for Aboriginal Children and Families. Dr McAullay is a health services researcher with expertise in maternal, infant and child health, primary health care and Aboriginal health. 

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Mr John McLean

Bsc (Econ) Hons, CA (ANZ), F.FINSIA, GAICD

Mr McLean is a Chartered Accountant and experienced non-executive director. He is currently a Director of Red Jacket Consulting.

Over the past eight years, Mr McLean has held a range of non-executive roles, mainly in the not-for-profit sector, and worked as a business consultant specialising in financial reviews, strategic planning, policy reviews, and procurement. After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte in London, he transferred to Africa, handling audits for a range of listed and non-listed clients. He joined Coopers and Lybrand in Perth (now PWC) from Africa, initially in their audit division, transitioning to management in the Perth office before joining law firm Jackson McDonald, where he spent 15 years as their Chief Executive Officer.

Mr McLean currently holds board roles with the Neurological Council of Western Australia, the Aboriginal Arts Centre Hub of Western Australia and the SwanCare Group.  

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Ms Pamela Michael

Dip HthSc (Nursing), BHSc (Nursing), LLB, Post Grad Man, GAICD

Ms Pamela Michael is a Solicitor and director who has extensive health, legal, insurance, corporate and executive expertise in the health sector. She is currently the owner and director of Michael Medlaw Pty Ltd, Director and Co-founder PRN Solutions and is Chief of Staff to the CEO of Private Family Office.

She is a legal specialist and expert in medical negligence and civil litigation, and regulatory and professional conduct complaints. In her early career she was a registered nurse and holds tertiary qualifications in Nursing. Ms Michael has practiced most recently in NSW. She holds legal qualifications and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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Mr Peter Mott

Dip.HospAdmin, B.Bus; MIR; Grad Cert Lship

Mr Peter Mott has more than 35 years of health, executive management and CEO experience.

Mr Mott recently retired as CEO of Hollywood Private Hospital and now consults to Ramsay Health Care. He is Vice President of the Australian Private Hospitals Association, a member of the University of Western Australia (UWA) Business School Ambassadorial Council and a member of the Young Lives Matter Foundation UWA Board.

Peter is a past President of the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) WA, past Chairman of the AIM WA UWA Business School Executive Education Advisory Board, and past Chairman of Lifeline WA.

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Ms Maria Osman

M.Ed., GAICD

Ms Maria Osman is a non-executive Director and Diversity Consultant with over 30 years leadership experience advising the government, community and university sectors on human rights, cultural diversity and gender equality.

Ms Osman held Executive Director roles in the Office of Multicultural Interests and the Office for Women’s Policy and was an official delegate to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in New York.

Her current board membership includes, Circle Green Community Legal Centre, the International Advisory Board of the UWA Public Policy Institute and the WA Voluntary and Assisted Dying Board.

 
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Emeritus Professor Di Twigg AM

PhD, MBA, B.HlthSc. (Nsg) Hons, RN, RM, FACN, FACHSM

Professor Twigg has more than 45 years experience in health and education, most notably as Executive Dean, School of Nursing and Midwifery at Edith Cowan University and Executive Director of Nursing, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. She combined her extensive experience in health service leadership with more recent research and policy development to contribute to issues related to nursing workforce, patient outcomes and cost-effective care.

She was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Honour in 2017, was made a Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to nursing through a range of leadership, education and advisory roles in 2019, and was made an Emeritus Professor of Edith Cowan University in 2021. 


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Last Updated: 22/07/2022