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Executive Team

Our divisional directors directly report to our Chief Executive Officer. Collectively, these positions make up our Executive Committee.

Each director is responsible for the day-to-day operation of specific aspects of our health service, and manages department heads and staff within their own defined roles.

  • Craig Fraser - Chief Executive Officer

    BProsOrth, Dip Applied Science, GAICD, AFCHSE

    Craig has more than 30 years’ experience as a senior manager and executive in the Victorian public health sector, having worked in metropolitan teaching hospitals prior to moving into regional health. He led the development of our Primary & Community Services Division 12 years prior to commencing as CEO in 2017. He’s committed to continually improving services to enhance patient and client safety and access whilst providing a great overall consumer experience, and to enhancing the health of individuals and their communities.

  • Andrew Trigg - Chief Operating Officer

    BComm (Accounting/Finance), ASA, GAICD

    Andrew has worked in the Victorian public health sector for 34 years, joining us in 2005. He has held positions at executive management level for more than two decades in roles combining chief finance officer duties with executive responsibility for corporate/support services. He has extensive experience, understanding and commitment to the rural and regional health sector.

  • Jamie Brennan - Executive Director Redevelopment & Infrastructure

    BHealth Science (Physiotherapy), Cert Healthcare Innovation & Entrepreneurship, AFACHSM

    Jamie has more than 15 years’ experience in leading clinical and support service departments and divisions at Victorian rural and regional health services. Here at SWH he has responsibility for the operation of non-clinical support services, capital redevelopment, our Camperdown Hospital and Merindah Lodge. With extensive understanding of the public health care sector, he’s committed to delivering outstanding healthcare and patient experiences in regional settings.

  • Dr Kate McConnon - Chief Medical Officer / Executive Director Medical Services


    Kate joined our executive team in May 2021. She has 15 years of experience in senior medical management roles in metropolitan, rural and regional health service settings in Victoria and Queensland. Kate has a keen interest in integrated care, developing partnerships, clinical governance and systems improvement and is responsible for our medical, health information and pharmacy services.

  • Gaynor Stevenson - Executive Director Nursing & Midwifery Services

    RN, BMedSci(Nur Hon1st), Dip Project Mgmnt, ADip Nur, MHM

    Gaynor has more than 15 years’ experience in Australian healthcare, having worked in the public healthcare system in the ACT, NSW and QLD, held national roles with the Commonwealth (Digital Health), and held a senior governance role at the largest health service in Australasia (Metro North Health). She believes our people are our greatest asset and is passionate about workplace culture and its impact on patient safety and experience.

  • Richard Campion - Executive Director Mental Health Services

    BA (Hons), MA (Social Work)

    Richard joined our executive team in November 2020 with over 13 years’ experience in the health and human services sector across the United Kingdom and Australia, spending several years most recently working in executive positions within health services in the Northern Territory.  He has a mental health clinical background and is committed to supporting the provision of high quality, consumer focused mental health services.

  • Kerryn Anderson - Executive Director Primary & Community Services

    BPod (Hons)

    Kerryn was appointed to our executive team in 2017 after working at SWH since 2000. With a strong clinical background, she has a comprehensive understanding of the Primary and Community Services Division. She is committed to the development of programs which deliver integrated multidisciplinary care outside of hospital walls.

Page last updated: 17 December 2020

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