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Q&A with Dr Stuart Marshall

Dr Stuart Marshall, Anaesthetist, Director of Clinical Training and Intern Training, Medical Director of the Simulation Centre. Q: What do you do? A: I have a diverse role here, as an anaesthetist, Director of Clinical Training and Intern Training and Medical Director of the Simulation Centre. In all of these roles I’m involved in the […]

Faces of Peninsula Health: Q&A with Janine Davies

Name: Janine Davies  Job: Director of Mental Health Nursing Q: What do you do? A: I support, empower and provide professional guidance to approximately 250 nurses who work in Mental Heath Services throughout multiple sites. I ensure nurses deliver the highest standards of patient centred care every day. I love my job! Being in a […]

Faces of Peninsula Health – Q&A with Jeremy Weston

Name:  Jeremy Weston Job title:  Mental Health Graduate Nurse Q: How long have you worked at Peninsula Health?   A: First year at Peninsula Health completing my mental health graduate year. Q: What is your background? A: Originally my background is in aged care, where I worked part-time while studying my Bachelor of Nursing.  I […]

Faces of Peninsula Health – Q&A with Meg

Meg is a second year Grade 1 Speech Pathologist at Peninsula Health Q: What was your first job in speech pathology? A: I commenced my journey at Peninsula Health with a 6 month fixed term contract in the Children’s  Team Community Health.  Before that my first job was  in  Alice Springs which was great experience, also […]

Faces of Peninsula Health – Q&A with Telford Bray

Name: Telford Bray Job title:  (Acting) Nurse Unit Manager Community Care Unit Q: How long have you worked at Peninsula Health?   A: I have worked at Peninsula Health for the past 5 years. Q: What is your background? A: My professional background is working as a Mental Health Nurse. I am currently employed as […]

Faces of Peninsula Health – Meet Dr Ashley Leadbeatter

Dr Ashley Leadbeatter farewelled Nottingham – the place better known as Robin Hood’s home town – for Australia 11 years ago.  “I got a training job as an anaesthetist in the UK but at the same time I got offered a job on the Gold Coast,” says Ashley. “I had not been over to Australia […]

Faces of Peninsula Health – Meet Jane Roberts

When Jane Roberts joined Peninsula Health 13 years ago, she was working as a physiotherapist in the Rehabilitation Unit. Fast forward to 2019 and Jane is the Operations Director of Medicine, where she manages more than 160 beds at Frankston Hospital. Jane took on a number of leadership roles after joining Peninsula Health, which led […]

Faces of Peninsula Health Q&A with Social Worker Breanne

Job title: Women’s and Children’s Health Social Worker Q: How long have you worked at Peninsula Health?   A: 4 years Q: What is your background?   A: I completed my Bachelor of Social Work at RMIT. I applied for a job at Peninsula Health as a new graduate and have worked here since. Q: […]

Faces of Peninsula Health: Q&A with Brydee and Lisa

Brydee Dullard and Lisa Beckinsale are Nurse Practitioners in the Emergency Department at Frankston Hospital. Q: How long have you worked at Peninsula Health? Brydee: 8 years Lisa: 19 years Q: What is your background? Brydee: 2011: Graduate Program at Peninsula Health. 2012: Employed by the Emergency Department. 2013: Graduate Certificate in Critical care Nursing […]

Faces of Peninsula Health – Meet Colleen White

Mother of six, marathon runner and Operations Director of Women’s, Children’s and Adolescent Health, Colleen White, started at Peninsula Health six months ago. “I’m loving working here – this is where I live and it’s nice to feel like I am making a difference in my community,” she says. “The team here are fabulous – […]