RSL LifeCare welcomes new CEO

Aged care provider RSL LifeCare has appointed Janet Muir as chief executive officer.

Aged care provider and veteran services organisation RSL LifeCare has appointed Janet Muir as chief executive officer.

Ms Muir joins the New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory service provider having spent her career to date in senior roles in human services and healthcare sectors with responsibilities across finance, strategy, operations and management.

Her most recent role was managing director for global hearing healthcare provider Audika.

Welcoming Ms Muir to the organisation, RSL LifeCare interim chair Sangeeta Venkatesan said she was very happy to have her onboard.

“This is an incredibly important time to continue to deliver a high-level of care for our seniors and veterans and I’m delighted Janet has accepted the opportunity to be part of the RSL LifeCare team.”

In reply, Ms Muir said she was honoured to be appointed CEO of RSL LifeCare, particularly during a period of major reform for Australia’s aged care sector.

“I am thrilled to be joining RSL LifeCare at this time of transformation and growth. My intention is to continue to deliver the positive and proactive support and services that RSL LifeCare has developed over decades.”

Ms Muir is a chartered accountant, holds a Master of Business Administration, is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, has a Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance and a Bachelor of Business.

She replaces Graham Millet, who became interim CEO last May after former CEO Laurie Leigh resigned in the April.

Main image: Janet Muir

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