Chief Executive Officer
Dom joined Corryong Health in January 2019 as Chief Executive Officer. Dom relocated with his wife and children from Townsville having been living in North and Central Queensland for the previous 8 years. Prior to commencing at Corryong Health, Dom has occupied senior executive roles with North and West Remote Health, a not-for-profit provider of health services and residential aged care across rural and remote Queensland.
Dom was born in Melbourne and qualified as a Podiatrist, later specialising in Diabetic Foot care. He then undertook leadership positions in Northern Health (Melbourne) and Monash Health (Melbourne) whilst completing his Masters of Business Management.
Dom is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service Managers and a Certified Health Executive; and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Dom holds an academic appointment as an adjunct Associate Professor with Griffith University in Health Management.
Dom is currently the Chair of the Upper Murray Community Recovery Committee and Deputy Chair of the Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership.
Dom is passionate about developing leaders and strengthening the health and economy of rural and remote Australia. He enjoys spending time with his family on camping adventures and riding his bike around the magnificent Upper Murray roads and trails and is happy to call the Upper Murray home.
Chief Finance Officer
Kerrie joined Corryong Health in May 1996 as an administration officer and worked through to her current role of Chief Finance Officer, obtaining her Bachelor of Business / Finance through Charles Sturt University via distance education, then advancing through the CPA program, recently progressing to a Fellow of CPA Australia.
Kerrie was born in Corryong and after leaving the Upper Murray for 10 years returned with her husband to raise their children in the rural environment. Kerrie has been involved in many community groups and committees over the years including sporting associations, primary school council, kindergarten and the local State Emergency Service.
“This is my community, I was born and bred here and I feel privileged to be a part of Corryong Health and the services that we provide for our Community”
Director of Clinical Services and Nursing
Sharon commenced her nursing career at Corryong Health an enrolled nurse In 1981 after returning to her home town of Corryong.
Later in her nursing career Sharon who is passionate about rural and remote nursing, wanted to contribute more to the sustainability health of the Upper Murray community
completed her Bachelor of Nursing and Graduate Diploma of Health Service Management at Charles Sturt University in 2000.
After graduating, had a variety of nursing role in metropolitan hospitals to gain experience in emergency, trauma, and surgical nursing.
Over time she transitioned a variety management roles at Corryong Health
Director of Quality, Safety and Risk
Nic joined the Corryong Health team in September 2009. Nic has 23 years’ experience as a Clinician and Leader in Rural Health Care, including 19 years’ experience in senior management roles across Hospital and Community Health Services across Victoria. Nic is passionate about rural health and equality between health services available to rural and metropolitan communities.
Nic was a graduate of the first intake of students at Charles Sturt University Albury – acquiring a Bachelor Of Health Science- Occupational Therapy. Nic has also completed post graduate studies in gerontology, and a Diploma Of Management. Nic’s passion for safe and effective care in rural areas eventually lead to her current role of Director Of Quality, Safety and Risk. Nic’s various roles across rural Victoria have resulted in excellent connection that assist in achieving a high standard of work at Corryong Health. She has lived and worked in Remote and Regional Victoria her entire life, currently owns a local business and is a primary Producer on her families beef farm when not at Corryong Health.
Director of Community Services
Rick started at Corryong Health in November 2021 bringing 30 years of executive leadership experience in community services across aged and aged care, children and family, and large scale social enterprise across rural, remote and urban landscapes.