Management team

Meet our management team led by Chief Executive Officer South East Melbourne Hospitals Lisa Norman.

Lisa Norman - Chief Executive Officer

Lisa Norman is the St John of God Health Care South East Melbourne Hospitals Chief Executive Officer, with responsibility for St John of God Berwick Hospital, St John of God Frankston Hospital, and St John of God Pinelodge Clinic.

Lisa has worked for St John of God Health Care since July 2006. Her initial role was as Chief Executive Officer and Director of Nursing at St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital and in 2010 she was appointed Chief Executive Officer and Director of Nursing at St John of God Berwick Hospital.

In 2020, Lisa was appointed to the regional position with oversight across the South East Melbourne hospitals including St John of God Langmore Centre, St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital and St John of God Pinelodge Clinic and St John of God Berwick Hospital,

Lisa has extensive experience in healthcare roles, with a strong track record driving hospital growth in services and activity.

Prior to joining St John of God Health Care, Lisa was Director of Clinical Services at Beleura Private Hospital in Mornington with Ramsay Healthcare and at The Valley Private Hospital in Mulgrave.

Lisa graduated in 1990 as a registered nurse and quickly developed an interest in emergency and trauma nursing. After completing her critical care qualifications, specialising in emergency care, she worked in several emergency departments and was unit manager at Knox Private Emergency Department.

Sharon McIntyre- Director of Clinical Services (Rehabilitation)

 

Dr Bruce Shirazi - Director of Medical Services

Bruce joined St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital in 2006 and was appointed Director of Medical Services in March 2014. Previously he helped establish the rehabilitation services at St John of God Ballarat Hospital and provided consultative services to private rehabilitation providers in Melbourne hospitals.

His areas of interest include chronic pain issues requiring complex analgesia regimen, general reconditioning, rehabilitation for the elderly, and orthopaedic and musculoskeletal multidisciplinary care. As Director of Medical Services, Bruce is actively involved in the administration and governance of clinical care. He is leading our service expansion of pain management and chronic disease programs.

Rhonda O'Connor-  Director Mission Integration

Rhonda O’Connor joined St John of God Berwick Hospital following a long history of working in youth ministry, pastoral care, education, parish and diocesan ministry.

Rhonda is passionate about ministry and mission. She has been involved in social outreach in Timor Leste, youth mental health, refugee and asylum seekers, adult education and mission development.

She enjoys the joys and challenges of supporting and mentoring staff as St John of God Berwick Hospital continues to grow. She is passionate about ensuring all caregivers are supported in living out St John of God Health Care values and delivering exceptional compassionate care in our community. 

In 2020 Rhonda took on the responsibility of mission integration across the South East Melbourne hospitals including St John of God Langmore Centre, St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital and St John of God Pinelodge Clinic.

Pradha Sroya – Finance Manager

Nicole Hee- Director of Corporate Services


Nicole Hee joined St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital in 2012, bringing with her many years of experience in human resource management in the corporate sector. Nicole is responsible for our catering and environmental services, engineering and maintenance, as well as human resource management. Nicole has a passion for integrating non-clinical services within our patients’ journey. In 2020, Nicole was appointed to the regional position with oversight over the three hospitals in South East Melbourne.

Amber Atkinson - Occupational Health and Safety Manager

Amber joined St John of God Health care as the Occupational Health and Safety Manager in 2018 after working at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne in both Nursing then Occupational Health and Safety for 13 years.

While at SVHM Amber led numerous projects and initiatives including the delivery of both the OHS Frontline management and ‘Move Smart’ training for which she received the 2014 SVHA Health Care award ‘Fostering a Safety Culture of Zero Harm’. Amber is completing her Masters in Occupational Health and Safety and Ergonomics, is passionate about Safety in Healthcare.