- Management team
Stephen Roberts – Chief Executive Officer
Stephen was appointed Chief Executive Officer at St John of God Geelong Hospital in 1991.
His previous appointments include Chief Executive at St John of God Health Care, Goulburn and Chief Clerk at Tamworth Base Hospital.
He holds a Bachelor in Business (CSU), Bachelor of Health Administration (UNSW) and is a Graduate of the Mt Eliza Management College Executive Development program.
Michael Trainor – Director of Mission & Integration
Michael was appointed Director of Mission in August 2017, and has been part of St John of God Healthcare since 2007.
His previous appointments include Deputy Director of Mission at St John of God Murdoch Hospital, Director of Mission for St John of God Health Choices and Human Resources Manager for St John of God Ballarat.
Michael has a specialised degree in Human Resources Management, a Graduate Certificate in Leadership in Catholic Culture and is currently completing a Masters of Theology.
Donna Walter – Director of Nursing
Donna was appointed Director of Nursing in October 2012.
Her previous appointments include Director of Nursing and Acting Chief Executive Officer at St John of God Ballarat Hospital.
Donna has completed a Graduate Certificate in Business Management, and Graduate Certificate in Catholic Leadership and Catholic Culture at Australian Catholic University.
Taanya Widdicombe – Director of Corporate and Service Development
Taanya was appointed Director of Corporate and Service Development in October 2014.
Her previous appointments include Director of Hospital Redevelopment and Community Development Manager with the St John of God Foundation.
Adjunct Professor Steve Bolsin – Medical Advisor
Adjunct Professor Bolsin has shared the role of Medical Advisor with Dr Lockie since May 2011.
Currently working as a Specialist Anaesthetist at Barwon Health, he has been involved in auditing issues related to performance management and clinical governance over the past 20 years.
Steve has assumed responsibility for quality and safety within the hospital and Dr Lockie continues to provide support in the management and growth of the medical workforce.