Anglican Care employs a dedicated team of approximately 600 staff who pride themselves on the provision of first quality aged care services to the people we have the privilege to look after. Our team is composed of pro-active, caring staff that ensure that Anglican Care's philosophy and standards are maintained at all levels of our organisation.
Below is information pertaining to our Board of Directors, Corporate Executive Group and Managers.
Board of Directors
Anglican Care is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors who assist Anglican Care in performing to its best potential.
The Board of Directors role is to provide governance and strategic direction and work effectively with senior management to ensure high quality care and service delivery.
All Directors live within the regions serviced by Anglican Care and are committed to community development and improving aged and community services.
The Board currently consists of the following people, some of whom also chair Sub-Committees of the Board:
The Right Reverend Dr Brian Farran, President
Mr John Kilpatrick, Chairman of the Board and Finance Committee
Mrs Pat Korsman, Chairperson of the Care Committee
Mr Malcolm McDonald, Chairman of the Audit Committee
Mr Ken White
Mrs Joy Fogg
Mr Colin Johnston
Dr Allan Taylor
The Reverend Canon Keith Dean-Jones
Corporate Executive Group
Anglican Care has a dynamic hands-on Corporate Executive Group who work with managers and staff to ensure the delivery of excellent care, quality lifestyle to our care-recipients and their families.
The following individuals currently comprise the Corporate Executive Group:
Mr Colin Osborne, Chief Executive Officer
Colin is responsible to the Board of Anglican Care for all aspects of the business, both strategic and operational.
Reporting directly to Colin are members of the Corporate Executive Group together with the following other staff members:
Denis Byron, Property Development Manager
Rebecca Fitzgibbons, Risk Manager
Kylie Jacques, Marketing & Executive Support Manager
Catherine Mordaunt, Human Resources Manager (for more information on our Human Resources team Click here)
Graeme Wray, Team Leader, Maintenance & Grounds
Ms Jan Lee, Executive Director Residential Care Services
Jan is responsible for the management of all aspects of Anglican Care’s Residential Care Services. Jan’s team consists of the following staff members:
Fiona McIntosh, Manager, C A Brown Nursing Home & Hostel
Shayne Blackburn, Manager, McIntosh Hostel
Rob Shearman, Manager, Greenmount Gardens Hostel
Donna Stewart, Manager, Carey Bay Village
Denise Baker, Manager, Toronto Nursing Home
Judith Cornish, Manager, Jesmond Grove Hostel
Janelle Jones, Manager, Warnervale Gardens Hostel
Elizabeth Maxwell, Manager, Scenic Lodge Merewether
Bruce Thompson, Physiotherapist
Jane Meldrum, Lifestyle & Wellbeing Co-ordinator
Amanda Woolford, Care Choices Advisor
Gail Bates, Lindy Read, Adrianne Baker, Kate Mowbray and Anne Stratton, Clinical Practice Unit
Jane Lulham, Executive Assistant
Ms Lindy Henshaw, Executive Director of Community Care Services
Lindy is responsible for the management of Anglican Care’s community based programs which include Community Aged Care Packages (CACPs) and Extended Aged Care in the Home (EACH) packages, the Day Therapy Centre at Booragul and all of Anglican Care’s Retirement Living Units.
Lindy is the overall manager of Anglican Care’s community based programs both in Lake Macquarie and on the Central Coast. In Lake Macquarie, Lindy is supported by Co-ordinators Carmyl Brown, Karin Williams and Danny O’Hearn and on the Central Coast by Lenore Smith, Team Leader, who is supported by Michelle Sprowles and Bridgette Mexted. Clerical assistance is ably provided on both sites.
Lindy’s other team members consist of the following staff:
Denise Rickman, Retirement Living Co-ordinator
Felicity Duff, Day Therapy Centre Supervisor
Mr Colin Locking
Colin directs and manages Anglican Care’s Finance Team, supported by the Finance Manager, Lyndal Day. This position ensures Anglican Care has the skills and resources to support the introduction of a new Financial Management System and for undertaking comprehensive and complex cash flows and feasibility studies required for Anglican Care’s future growth and development.