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Clinical Council Chair, Deputy Chair and Members EOI

Clinical Council Chair, Deputy Chair and Members

- Expression of Interest 2024

Gippsland Primary Health Network is seeking expressions of interest for individuals to join the Gippsland PHN Clinical Council, which will commence from 1 July 2024 for up to a three-year term.

A key component of Gippsland PHN’s governance is the establishment of a Clinical Council, reporting on clinical issues that influence the unique needs of Gippsland and supporting Gippsland PHN to develop local strategies to improve the operation of the health care system for patients in Gippsland.

The Clinical Council reports directly to the Gippsland PHN Board and comprises 15 members from across Gippsland who will represent the perspectives of clinical and health sector representatives of the primary health system in Gippsland.

The Clinical Council meets at least quarterly and additionally if necessary. Sitting fees will be paid to all members.

The committee is tasked with advising, informing and guiding Gippsland PHN Board by:

  • Reporting on opportunities to improve medical and health care services through strategic, cost-effective innovation and investment.
  • Ensuring a local population health planning focus in the context of the broader Gippsland region.
  • Providing advice regarding advocacy for local initiatives which support local and national health priorities.
  • Providing advice on service and program design being undertaken by Gippsland PHN
  • Providing advice regarding locally relevant clinical care pathways designed to improve quality, streamline services and utilise existing health resources effectively.
  • Reviewing and identifying risk relevant to proposed programs and models of care.
  • Providing such other advisory input as the Gippsland PHN Board or Executive may request from time to time.

Gippsland PHN is seeking a Chair (General Practitioner), Deputy Chair (General Practitioner) and committee members from a range of backgrounds who represent a variety of clinical and health sector interests aligned to the Gippsland PHN Priorities:

  • Chronic disease
  • Mental health
  • Children and young people
  • Indigenous health
  • Aged care
  • Population health
  • Health workforce
  • Digital Health
  • Alcohol and other drugs
  • Disability sector

Are you a clinician, allied health professional or other health champion of the primary health care system?

Do you have experience working with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander individuals?

Do you have experience working with those from multicultural backgrounds?

If you are, Gippsland PHN would love to hear from you.

Please follow the link below to apply:

For further information please visit the webpage below:

All applications close: Sunday, 21 April 2024

If you require any further information please contact

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