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Annual Report 2011/2012 Royal Darwin Hospital Board



Annual Report 2011/2012 Royal Darwin Hospital Board

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Section 5 of the Hospital Boards Act 2009 states that the Board is to consist of a minimum 3 and a maximum of 6 members. At the time of reporting, the Board comprised five members appointed by the Minister. 3.2 Membership Composition of the Board as at 30 June 2011 Name Position Mr Colin McDonald, QC Chair person Mr Philip Roberts Deputy Chair person Mr Kenton Winsley Ms Erica Sims Ms Heather Sjoberg Air Commodore Kenneth N Watson Royal Darwin Hospital Board Profiles Mr Colin McDonald QC Colin McDonald has been a resident in Darwin since 1981. He is a retired senior barrister and former President of the Northern Territory Bar Association. Colin has been active in the area of human rights, migration and Northern Territory constitutional issues for three decades. A former Chairman of the Northern Territory Museums and Art galleries Board, member of the Board of the Australia Indonesia Institute in the period of the Hawke and Keating Governments, a member of the Board of the Cambodian Legal Resource and Development Centre in Phnom Penh, Colin is a life member of the Northern Territory Criminal Lawyers Association and a life member of the South East Asian Ceramics Society. He has been a member of Royal Darwin Hospital Board for eleven years. Mr Philip Roberts Philip Roberts is the Northern Territory Manager of the Remote Area Health Corps (RAHC) based in Darwin. He has lived in the Northern Territory since 2003 and worked in government and economic consulting in Darwin before assuming his current role with RAHC. He has been a member of the Royal Darwin Hospital Board since 2005. Prior to moving to Darwin Philip worked with JP Morgan and Chase Manhattan Bank in Sydney, New York and London over a period of 16 years. Ms Erica Sims Royal Darwin Hospital Board 2011/2012 Annual Report Page 6 of 29

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