Steven Pynt has been an independent Non-Executive Director since 2001 and Chairman since 2005. Steven was until July 2010 a Director of the Perth legal firm McDonald Pynt which he established in 2003. His main area of practice was in commercial law including corporations law, revenue law and contracts. Steven was also a member of the Racing Penalties Appeals Tribunal from 1995-2007, Deputy Chairman and then Chairman of the Commercial Tribunal of Western Australia from 1994-2004 and taught Ethics and Professional Responsibility to Articled Law Clerks from 1994-2005. Steven is non-Executive Chairman of two other listed public companies and Non-Executive Director of another, and is also Chief Executive Officer of Muzz Buzz Franchising Pty Ltd which operates Australia’s largest specialty drive through coffee business.
Robert Knowles (AO)
Robert Knowles was appointed to the board in October 2013. Robert is a director of the Silver Chain Group of Companies, IPG Pty Ltd and Drinkwise Australia Ltd. He is also a Commissioner with the National Mental Health Commission, Chair of the Royal Children’s Hospital and Chair of the Victorian Health Innovation and Reform Council.
Grant Smith was appointed to the board in September 2013. Grant has worked in insurance, superannuation, investment and funds management for over 30 years. He started with National Mutual (now AXA) in the investments division and was responsible for the establishment of the funds management business for National Mutual. In 1984 he established an independent funds management group and floated Hospitals of Australia – the first healthcare investment fund in Australia. Hospitals of Australia owned and operated a number of hospitals throughout Australia. Grant was intimately involved in the building of a number of hospitals including Strathfield Private, Southern Highlands Private Hospital, Port Macquarie Hospital and the refurbishment of a number of other healthcare facilities. Hospitals of Australia were ultimately acquired by Mayne Nickless Limited. In the past 13 years, Grant developed and built the Medica Centre and opened the first digital (paperless) private surgical hospital in Australia. He is currently involved in developing new hospitals in Sydney, Melbourne, Papua New Guinea and Canada. Grant is also involved in utilising digital technology to generate productivity for the healthcare sector.
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director
Mathew Cherian has been in the information technology industry since 1981. In 1985 he established Working Systems Software Pty Ltd in Perth, Western Australia. Mathew was appointed CEO and Managing Director of the company in January 2002 to re-focus the group in the healthcare sector. The initial phase culminated with the re-branding of the company as Global Health Limited in December 2007. Mathew plays an active role in product strategy and the development of overseas markets.
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