Our People

Peter Bell

CEO

Mimi Asche

Executive Manager Client Services

Greg Burgess

Barossa Park Lodge, Facility Manager

George Wilson

Facility Manager, Bishop Davies Court

Jill Campi

Facility Manager, The Manor

Diana Hinson

Facility Manager, Rubion Grove

Anthony Naylor

Facility Manager, Umina Park

John Snare

Manager Client Services Home Care

Jes Kenth

Chief Financial Officer

Directors

Phil Butler OAM

Chair

Phil has held the position of Chairman since October 2016. Phil joined as a member of Umina Park Ltd in 2001 and later, after the amalgamation of Umina Park and St Luke’s Association, joined OneCare Ltd. As Chairman, Phil is a member of the Governance, Growth and Development Committee and the Audit, Finance and Risk Committee. Phil holds senior Office-Bearer Roles and Directorships with many community based and not-for-profit organisations.

Lou Johnson

Deputy Chair

Lou has been a member of the OneCare Board for nine years, holding the position of Deputy Chairman since October 2016. Lou is Chairman of the Audit, Finance and Risk Committee. Lou has also been Chairman of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Tasmania and served on the Institute’s National Committee. As a Chartered Accountant, Lou was in public practice for 40 years and is now an advisor to the not-for-profit sector. Lou is currently Chairman of the Rotary Foundation in Australia and a member of the International Finance Committee meeting regularly in Chicago.

Sue Hickey

Sue has been a board member since April 2016, bringing with her over 26 years’ experience in small business management. She was named Tasmanian Businesswoman of the Year in 2007 and has been included in the Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women 2017. Sue has a Master’s of Business and Administration and has also held a number of directorships for both private and not-for-profit boards. She is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors as well as a Fellow of The Australian Marketing Institute. She has been a former President of the Rotary Club of Hobart and was awarded a Paul Harris Fellow for her work. Sue is currently the Lord Mayor of Hobart. Sue is also a Dame of the Tasmanian Commandery, Order of Saint John of Jerusalem Knights Hospitaller (a not for profit community assistance organisation.)

Leon Peck

Leon has been a board member since November 2015 and is currently Chairman of the Governance, Growth & Development Committee. Leon was initially employed as a secondary school teacher and later secured employment at Launceston General Hospital commencing a 23 year association with the Health Department in HR and general administration. He has since performed numerous roles in management and not-for-profit organisations, including the ownership and management of a hotel/ motel and employed by the Justice Department as a member of the Guardianship and Administration Board and the Mental Health Tribunal. Leon has also been a Rotarian for 33 years, with two Presidential stints and awarded a Paul Harris Fellow.

Gaye Richardson

Gaye has been a board member since 2010 and was formerly employed at a senior level with the company. She is employed in an Executive role within the private education sector. Gaye chairs the Board’s CEO Performance Review Committee and is a member of the Governance, Growth and Development Committee. She is a Director and Office Bearer on a number of community-based organisations and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. 

Geoff Squibb 

Geoff joined the OneCare board in November 2017 with an extensive parliamentary history as a former Tasmanian politician. At the time, Geoff was Tasmania’s longest- serving Mayor serving the Devonport City Council for 22 years, 14 as Mayor.  Geoff  was first elected to the Devonport Council in 1977, as Deputy Mayor in 1981 and as Mayor in 1985.He was an Independent member of the Tasmanian Legislative Council from 1990 to 2003, representing Mersey.  

Welcome to the OneCare team

Diana Hinson 

Facility Manager, Rubicon Grove

Rubicon Grove’s Facility Manager, Diana Hinson, is a registered nurse with more than 25 years experience in the health and aged care industries.  

Based on-site and responsible for the daily operations at our Port Sorell facility, Diana is passionate about aged care education, after spending many years teaching new nurses and carers.

Originally from Victoria, Diana’s experience ranges from general medical to surgical and palliative care, having held positions in various hospitals, both in Victoria and Queensland. 

“I look forward to getting to know all residents and their families as I settle into this delightful community.”

When she’s not at Rubicon Grove, Diana loves travelling and spending time with her children and grandchild. 

 

 

Anthony Naylor 

Facility Manager, Umina Park 

Anthony Naylor was welcomed to Umina Park in December as the Facility Manager of our Burnie residential facility. 

With an extensive medical background as a registered nurse, Anthony has worked in acute and aged care in the UK, Middle East and Australia.

He is passionate about quality services and has gained vast experience from his roles in 4 other states within Australia.  

After serving for almost 8 years in the British Army, he trained as a nurse in England in the 1990’s and came to Australia in 2004, employed at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick.  

Anthony is looking forward to settling and staying in Tasmania.

 

Client Relationship Officers

OneCare has 2 wonderful Client Relationship Officers (CRO) in Tasmania—
Anne Connors and Judy Radford.

Your Client Relationship Officer is your dedicated contact person, whether you have a family member who is a current OneCare resident, or you’re seeking care for a loved one in the future.

Whatever your situation, our CROs work closely with you to help find the services that best suit your needs—whether that’s a permanent placement in one of our welcoming OneCare facilities, a home care package or an Independent Living Unit.

Choosing the right aged care accommodation is a very personal and individual process—for families and residents. It’s hard to know what to expect until you begin your explorations, and that’s why your CRO will be right there to provide support, guidance and a friendly face during the important decision-making and transition period.

Supporting someone you love as they make the transition to aged care can be a stressful time for everyone. Anne, Judy and Yvette are here to help guide you through each step and make your experience as smooth as possible.

Anne Connors

Bishop Davies Court and Barossa Park Lodge

P: (03) 6208 0806

 

 

Judy Radford

Umina Park

P: (03) 6432 5304

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awards

Steven Elliston

Volunteer at Bishop Davies Court 

Steven Elliston has been recognised as Kingborough’s Young Citizen of the Year for his outstanding commitment and inspirational enthusiasm as a volunteer, particularly in service to older members of our community. Although Steven lives with a disability, this has not deterred him from being a dedicated volunteer. His experience enables him to understand
and appreciate the needs of others, providing personalised assistance and inspirational motivation.

Nomination information:  Steven Elliston, Young Citizen of the Year
An enthusiastic volunteer, Steven has provided support and friendship to the residents and staff of Bishop Davies Court, a residential care facility in Kingston, over the past two and a half years. He is always willing to help any staff member and is always on hand to provide social support and comfort to residents. As well as his normal duties at the facility, Steven loves to spend time with residents – sharing uplifting stories or just sitting and listening to their experiences. He also helps to run activities and functions for the residents.

At the recent Christmas function, where Steven greeted everyone at the door and gave out Christmas gifts, residents and family were delighted to see Steven being awarded their Volunteer of the Year Award. The respect and admiration for his ability to befriend and care for residents is obvious and he is a highly valued member of the team. He is the only volunteer to have received their Star of the Year Award, which was presented to Steven in 2017.

A cricket lover, Steven also volunteers with the Kingborough Knights cricket club and has been a weekly assistant over the past two cricket seasons.
Steven lives in assisted community care and is an active member at Rowallan Park facility. He contributes to the community in many ways, but takes particular care of the hens and gardens. He is a popular figure in the wider Kingston community, making friends wherever he ventures.

Although Steven lives with a disability, this has not deterred him from being a dedicated volunteer. His experience enables him to understand and appreciate the needs of others, providing personalised assistance and inspirational motivation.

 

Pat Freeman

Volunteer at Rubicon Grove

Pat’s contribution as a long-term volunteer at Rubicon Grove was recognised at the Tasmanian Aged Care Awards, where she received a nomination for the Volunteer Contribution Award.

This award recognises an individual who exemplifies the tireless generosity of volunteers in caring for and supporting older people and people with disabilities, and their carers. Pat plays a vital role at OneCare, enhancing the quality of life of our residents and people with disabilities who receive our services.

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