Hepatitis Queensland CEO Departs

Posted 14 July, 2022
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After two and a half years as Chief Executive Officer of Hepatitis Queensland, Katelin Haynes has announced her departure from this position at the end of July.

Under Katelin’s leadership, Hepatitis Queensland has made great strides toward improving liver health across Queensland amid unprecedented challenges. The organisation has broadened its services, pioneered unique models of care, and addressed healthcare gaps for priority populations.

Katelin has played a key role in overcoming hepatitis elimination barriers with the delivery of parliamentary events, the establishment of the Queensland Hepatitis B Alliance, and, advocacy highlighting the continual transmission challenges of hepatitis C in correctional centres.

“Working with such a fantastic team and board to accomplish all that we have has been an incredible experience. This innovative and dedicated team inspires me every day with their drive for excellence,” says Katelin.

After a rewarding time at Hepatitis Queensland, Katelin will take on the role of General Manager of Primary Health at Brisbane South PHN. The HQ Board and staff extend their thanks to Katelin for her outstanding contribution to the organisation and wish her the very best in her new role.

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