This page outlines the management systems and structures of the Womens Health & Family Services organisation. If you wish to skip directly to a particular topic, simply click on the relevant heading below.
The following Organisation Chart outlines the structure of WHFS, and the relationships of the departments within. Click the image below to open the full size version.
Strategic Plan [2015 - 2019]
The following Strategic Plan outlines the future direction of WHFS as an organisation.
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Current Board Members
|Vice Chair||Sue Barnett|
|Board Member||Jo Robinson-Smith|
|Board Member||Dr Peter Wynn Owen|
|Board Member||Victoria Campbell|
|Board Member||Kathrina Bryen|
The Role of the Board
Womens Health Care Association (WHCA) is an incorporated body under the Association Incorporation Act (1987). It operates under a community management model with a Board responsible for:
- Strategic direction
- Financial accountability and
- The ongoing sustainability of the organisation
Members of the Board are drawn from the community and include women with particular expertise, experience and understanding of issues relating to women’s health and organisational management. Members of the Board work in an honorary capacity.
Delegated responsibility for the management of the Association’s services is vested by the Board in the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and staff who are employed by the Board.
Legal responsibility for the Association lies with the Board.