Celia is the General Manager of HCA South Australia. She is a Registered Nurse with 10 years of clinical experience, specialising in theatre. Prior to taking up the position as General Manager at HCA Celia worked in various healthcare management roles, including Nursing Agency Manager, Client Services Manager and Medical Sales Executive. In her role as General Manager she is responsible for the delivery of healthcare services throughout South Australia.
Celia has 50 full-time staff within her organisation, which includes HCA’s Finance and IT teams. She has managed large contracts within South Australia including SA Health, Healthscope, Department for Communities and Social Inclusion, and numerous other private sector and aged care clients.
Donna has over 20 years’ experience as a registered nurse specialising in community aged care. Donna joined the HCA Home Team in 2017 to establish the new aged care in-home services for Healthcare Australia. She has previously successfully managed aged care programs and services for SA and NT, focusing on developing respectful partnerships with older members of the community. As the National Community Clinical Lead for HCA Home, Donna’s focus will be clinical governance and regulation of practice to ensure the quality of services.
Donna holds a Bachelor of Nursing, Diploma of Management and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Jannene has a nursing background which spans more than 20 years having worked in theatre, mental health and with Royal District Nursing Service. Jannene has a long history of working in the community to include working with culturally and linguistically groups and other community groups to assist people live better lives in the place they call home.
Jannene was actively involved with the trial program of the then new Consumer Directed Care pilot. Jannene has also worked as a RAS Team Leader assessor with My Aged Care before joining the friendly team at Healthcare Australia. Jannene is passionate in working with older people and is dedicated in working with the person to support independence, wellness and reablement.
Olivia's background is in complex case management for clients who are at-risk due to significant disability and mental health barriers, including Department of Veterans Affairs and Workcover NSW/QLD clientele. She holds a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) and a Master of Human Services degree.
Olivia is highly competent in identifying the appropriate level of care required for individuals; engaging and empowering people to make informed decisions about their own care, and assisting them to understand the processes involved in obtaining aid, so they can continue to remain as independent as possible, and continue to lead fulfilling lives.
Lisa has extensive experience in the Aged and Healthcare sectors her previous roles have included case management, business development and medical sales. She is highly passionate about the community sector, the promotion of person centred care and the enhancement of quality of life for her clients.
Donnalyn has been nursing for over 26 years with most of her career in Oncology and Community Nursing in the UK. Since arriving in Western Australia 10 years ago, Donnalyn has been a Home Care Service Coordinator for a not-for-profit organisation and before joining HCA Home, Donnalyn was a Care Coordinator at a respite centre for disability.
Sharron is responsible for all aspects of service delivery related to Disability Services (including the NDIS) throughout Australia within HCA Home. Sharron has extensive knowledge and over 13 years of experience within the disability and aged care sector, while believing in Person Centred Practises to achieve goals and outcomes for individuals. With this knowledge and background HCA is able to support individuals with Home and Disability services throughout Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia.
Sharron is responsible for the development and implementation of disability support programs and service delivery direct to customers where support is delivered by HCA Home. Under HCA’s NDIS delivery model, Sharron is ultimately responsible for the ‘supports teams’ throughout Australia to deliver the outcomes and goals for all customers to achieve their desire, dreams and aspirations. While additionally maintaining the highest standards and compliance under each states registration requirements.
Sheila leads the HCA Home's NDIS team in VIC, servicing the state's metro regions. She is passionate about providing a quality service that supports people within non-government organisations and direct ISP/NDIS customers with disability.
She has worked in roles where a focus on quality was vital such as research, education and commercial pharmaceuticals in roles such as Lead Researcher, Senior Lecturer and Scientific Recruitment Business Manager. Since 2014 Sheila has worked in the community sector, with Randstad and HCA, and has gained respect as a manager who is an honest, open communicator with a genuine drive to improve the quality of life for clients and customers while creating a safe and rewarding working environment for support staff.
Sheila has a keen interest in the policies and laws that govern and shape the world for people with disability and the workforce that supports them. She brings solid business acumen coupled with an enthusiasm to provide a value service while making ethical decisions that lead to business growth and success.
Sheila’s responsibility extends to the delivery of staffing, recruitment, NDIS and disability services throughout the metropolitan areas of VIC and will act as the operational implementation lead, recruitment and HR lead for projects which occur in VIC.
Heleena is the NDIS Operations Team Lead in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. She manages the staff allocation for HCA Home's NDIS customers. Heleena has over 10 years’ experience in the care division recruiting for Nurses, Disability, Youth and welfare workers so she understands what staff is needed to support the customer. She is passionate and will go above and beyond to allocate the 'right' staff that meet the needs of HCA Home customers.
Heleena has empathy that resonates with both the customer and families involved. Being a mother herself of a child that was seriously ill she is able to connect with parents, carers and customer and understands the journey they have been on.
Leeanne is responsible for HCA Home's NDIS team in NSW. She brings over ten years' experience working within the Human Resources industry as well as a long history of successfully leading teams toward positive and effective change. During this time she has partnered with and worked closely with various care organisations. Leeanne has a genuine desire to empower and enable the growth of her staff and truly believes in the importance of shifting community attitudes to make a substantial difference in the sector. She is committed to providing effective and restorative care of the highest quality. Leanne is truly passionate about the importance of long-term care goals to encourage and enable the vulnerable to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives.
Gunnar has worked in the Health sector for approximately 8 years. He has held national roles in businesses and has been involved in the HCA Defence contract, NDIS, GP clinic acquisition, Pre-Employment medicals and FCE’s. Prior to his tenure at HCA, he held management roles in a number of recruitment companies.