Program Manager - Paul Bennett
Following qualification as a Registered Nurse in 1990, Paul spent nearly thirteen years in various Clinical and Managerial roles in Urology including the Lead Nurse role for Urology at Guy's & St.Thomas' Hospital Trust, London. Following a move to Sydney in 2003 Paul joined the nursing service at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and was appointed Nursing Unit Manager for Trauma Orthopaedics in 2004. Since then he has held a number of positions within the Executive Units of both Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Sydney Local Health District and was most recently the SLHD Nurse Manager for Workforce and Innovation. Prior to that position he was seconded to the Nursing and Midwifery Office of NSW Health as a Project Officer for Nursing Strategy and Innovation.
Reviews Project Officer - Tammy Shapiro
Following qualification as an Accredited Practising Dietitian in 2009, Tammy initially worked in both the general practice and corporate dietetic settings before joining the Eastern Sydney Medicare Local as a Practice Support Officer in 2012. Since then, Tammy has held several positions with both the Medicare Local and later Central and Eastern Sydney PHN - all with a strong focus on supporting and strengthening the capacity of local general practice. Prior to joining the HealthPathways Sydney team in March 2017, Tammy was employed by CESPHN as a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program Officer and was responsible for the planning and facilitation of multiple events across the PHN - including several large scale forums held in partnership with the Sydney Local Health District. Outside of work, Tammy is a passionate cook, supporter of the Sydney Roosters, and animal welfare activist.
A/Project Officer - Lilliah (Lilli) Woodham
Lilli obtained a combined bachelor’s degree in Nursing and Creative Intelligence and Innovation (BCII) in 2019. For the duration of her undergraduate studies, she gained experience working in healthcare across administrative and clinical roles, and had a range of industry experience through internships associated with her BCII degree including Black Dog Institute, Sydney Partnership for Education Health, Research & Enterprise (SPHERE), UTS WHO Collaborating Centre and Veldoen+ Company; lead consultants and founders of Activity Based Working. These combined qualifications created an interest in the healthcare system and using creative and innovative strategies and ways of working to improve patient care experience and health outcomes for the community. Lilli commenced in the Graduate Health Management Program with Sydney Local Health District which offered two years’ work experience providing executive support to District senior manager while completing a Masters in Health Service Management. Lilli’s is eager to commence with the HealthPathways Sydney team as a Project Officer and continue to enhance her clinical knowledge and exposure to the primary health sector.