Sloane appointed CEO of SummitCare

New South Wales aged care provider SummitCare has announced a change in leadership structure.

New South Wales and family-owned aged care provider SummitCare has announced a chief executive officer, new chair and other board appointments that aim to grow the organisation.

SummitCare chief operating officer Michelle Sloane, who joined the organisation in July 2017, has been promoted to chief executive officer, SummitCare published on LinkedIn this week.

Ms Sloane has extensive experience in health executive management, particularly in the private hospital sector.

She also holds qualifications in general and obstetric nursing and a Master of Business Administration.

She has also been appointed director of Summit Healthcare along with SummitCare chief financial officer Glenn Scott

Mr Scott, who also joined the organisation in 2017, has over 10 years of experience in senior management positions in industries including healthcare, transportation and logistics and retail.

Current director of SummitCare Peter Wohl will continue as the chairman of the group from 1 October.

Mr Wohl said SummitCare looked forward to an exciting future ahead as leaders in the aged care industry.

“Our focus remains on our residents and our staff wellbeing, the increasing complexity and compliance requirements of the aged care industry, and our growth and sustainability as we navigate our way through the current Covid-19 pandemic,” he said.

Australian Ageing Agenda has sought more information from SummitCare.

Main image: Michelle Sloane

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