The Hon. Jillian Skinner MP

NSW Minister for Health

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Paul Carmody
Deputy Director - General Health Planning Infrastructure
ACT Health

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Prof Frank Daly
Acting Chief Executive
Perth Children's Hospital Commissioning, WA

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Frank Daly (MBBS FACEM FLWA GAICD) On 8 May 2015, Professor Frank Daly took up the role of Acting Chief Executive, Child and Adolescent Health Service (CAHS) and Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH) Commissioning. CAHS comprises of three areas of service delivery: child and adolescent community health; child and adolescent mental Health; and the Princess Margaret Hospital. The Perth Children’s Hospital Project, which is a $1.2B infrastructure project, is well underway and the hospital is due to open in 2016.

 

Prior to this, Professor Frank Daly was Acting Chief Executive of the South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS). SMSH comprises the Fiona Stanley Hospital and State Rehabilitation Centre, Royal Perth Group, Armadale Health Service, Fremantle Hospital and Health Service and Rockingham Peel Group. SMHS has an annual operational budget in excess of $2 billion and provides a comprehensive range of medical, surgical, emergency, mental health, rehabilitation, ambulatory and primary health care services to adults and children.

 

Professor Daly is a doctor trained in Western Australia, the UK and USA. He is a specialist in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Toxicology, and is a member of the Centre for Clinical Research in Emergency Medicine, University of Western Australia and Harry Perkins Institute for Medical Research.

 

His leadership journey started when he established clinical toxicology services in WA over a decade ago and subsequently became head of the Emergency Department at RPH 2006-2008. His other roles have included leading clinician engagement in health service innovation and improvement. He was Director for Clinical Reform at RPH and the state Executive Clinical Lead for the Western Australian Four Hour Program. Professor Daly remains a clinician and is an author with books in their second and third editions.


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Understanding the complexities of commissioning
PANEL DISCUSSION Examining complexities with design, transition & commissioning
Mungo Smith
Director
MAAP Architects

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Mungo Smith has been a founding director of Medical Architecture (MA), a former head of design at the Medical Architecture Research Unit (MARU) London and was project architect for the pioneering Lambeth Community Care Centre. Recently, he has been involved in the preliminary designs for three new university hospitals and a new mental health campus in Australia. Current projects include exploring alternative


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Masterplanning the 21st century hospital
Andy Black
Chairman
Durrow, UK

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Andy Black is an authority on the design and clinical organisations of healthcare services and is widely known as an independent thinker in healthcare planning, across Europe, UK and Australasia. His main focus is now on the organisation of acute care and the managed introduction of innovation into healthcare practice. He has experience of the Australian health industry through his work as advisor to New Royal Adelaide Hospital, Queensland Health and Western Health in Victoria.


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How future changes in clinical organisation might impact hospital design

Workshops:
Masterplanning the 21st century hospital
Colm Mooney
Director Procurement Health Infrastructure
ACT Government

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Dereck Wheeler
Operational Readiness & Transition Planning Lead
Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Project, DHHS, VIC

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Tim Fry
Area Manager for Aged Services in Northern Area
Department of Health & Human Services, VIC

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Jackie Hawkins
Project Director
Gold Coast Hospital & Health Service, QLD

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Andrew Pedrazzini
Director, Infrastructure Office, eHealth
NSW Health

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Robert Martin
Director, Strategy & Planning
Health Projects International

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Frances Ng
Consultant, Strategy & Planning
Health Projects International

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