Albury Wodonga Health

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Albury Hospital (02) 6058 4444
Wodonga Hospital (02) 6051 7111

About Us

Board Committees

AWH has five Board committees to monitor the performance and strategic direction of the health service. They include:

Audit and Risk Committee

The Audit and Risk Committee meets quarterly and as requested by the Albury Wodonga Health Board, any Committee member, internal auditor and Auditor-General.  The Committee liaises with the internal and external auditors, reviews and approves audit programs and evaluates the adequacy and effectiveness of the overall governance framework operating within Albury Wodonga Health.
Board Members: Allison Jenvey (Chair), Nicki Melville, Prof Julia Coyle, Phillip Williams, Matt Burke OAM

Finance Committee

The Finance Committee reviews all financial matters, management information and internal control systems and considers and makes recommendations to the Board.
Board Members: Nicki Melville (Chair), Lou Lieberman AM, Allison Jenvey, Phillip Williams, Matt Burke OAM, Tim Farrah, Dr John Moran, Pauline Ross

Quality Committee

The Quality Committee meets bi-monthly to monitor outcomes and improved the quality and effectiveness of the health services provided by Albury Wodonga Health.
Prof Julia Coyle (Chair), Pauline Ross, Phillip Williams, Tim Farrah, Matt Burke OAM

Executive Remuneration Committee

The Executive Remuneration Committee meets as required to review performance and determine remuneration of executive management.
Board Members: Lou Lieberman AM (Chair), Nicki Melville, Prof Julia Coyle, Allison Jenvey

Community Advisory Committee.

The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is a legislated and strategic advisory committee to the AWH Board of Directors. The CAC provides advice and guidance to the AWH Board regarding engagement with consumers, carers and community members. The CAC brings the voices of the community and consumers into the decision-making processes of AWH to ensure we develop services that are responsive to the needs of our diverse community. CAC members provide information and advice on needs, demands and service developments from a community perspective.
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