Josh McFarlane becomes Catholic Healthcare’s CEO

New South Wales aged care provider Catholic Healthcare has appointed Josh McFarlane as its chief executive officer.

New South Wales aged care provider Catholic Healthcare has appointed Josh McFarlane as its chief executive officer.

Mr McFarlane takes on the CEO role following a five-month stint as acting CEO. Prior to that, Mr McFarlane was Catholic Healthcare’s chief operating officer for 18 months, during which time he led the faith-based, not-for profit provider’s residential care, home and community care, and independent living services.

Stephen Teulan

“Josh has consistently demonstrated his ability to leading according to Catholic Healthcare’s mission and its values,” said board chair Stephen Teulan. “He has also been a key contributor to the development of our strategy, and he is well-placed to lead its implementation and to continue to improve the lives of those we care for and serve.”

Upon the announcement of his appointment, Mr McFarlane said it was “an honour and a privilege” to lead Catholic Healthcare and its team of “incredible people”.

“With its rich 29-year heritage, strong values and commitment to its mission, Catholic Healthcare is uniquely positioned to continue to be a leader in delivering innovative and quality care services for older Australians.”

He added: “I’m incredibly proud to lead Catholic Healthcare through its next phase.”

Mr McFarlane commenced his CEO role on 4 October.

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