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Mater welcomes Daniele Doyle and Alastair Sharman to a newly-formed executive team which follows the announcement of a decision to unite Mater's health services in South East Queensland, Central Queensland and North Queensland under a single unified board of governance.
As Mater Health Executive Director, Ms Doyle will oversee Mater hospitals and health services throughout Queensland.
With extensive experience in the healthcare sector, Ms Doyle said her move to Mater was personally significant.
“I’ve come to Mater ultimately because of its values and what it stands for in our community. For me, it’s the rich history and the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy that make Mater a special place for our patients, as well as our staff,” she said.
“I’m very committed to supporting our people through what is a major transformation and it’s my job to listen and support what our health staff are going through and make sure they have the clear vision needed to achieve success.”
Ms Doyle was most recently Chief Executive Officer of St Vincent’s Private Hospital Northside and St Vincent’s Private Hospital Brisbane.
Mr Sharman is Mater’s new Chief Digital Officer and brings with him a passion for healthcare and the patient experience.
“Having the opportunity to be part of Mater is a great privilege particularly as it continues its journey of bringing together state-wide health, education, and research ministries,” he said.
“Alongside the delivery of care within the hospital setting, Mater’s strategic agenda of improving health and wellbeing for our community really attracted me to this role.
“For me it’s all about people; looking at how we are engaged as a team in providing services that deliver value across Mater.
“I look forward to getting out across the state to get feedback from our frontline staff, researchers and educators to find out what’s working well and what they can see will deliver more value for the organisation, in alignment with the strategic direction recently set by the board.”
With more than 12 years of valuable digital experience in the healthcare industry, Mr Sharman was formally the Chief Digital Officer at Queensland Children’s Hospital.
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