I-MED Network, Australiaâs largest medical imaging group, has appointed Steven Rubic as its new chief executive commencing 1 May 2012.
Mr Rubic is currently head of St Vincents & Mater Health Sydney where he is responsible for a number of high profile facilities spread over five campuses including St Vincentâs Hospital, Mater Hospital, St Vincentâs Private and the St Vincentâs Research Precinct housing Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute. He has more than 20 yearsâ experience in leadership roles in the health services sector, including 10 years as Executive Director of St Vincentâs Private Hospital.
I-MED Network Chairman, Paul McClintock AO, said Mr Rubic is highly regarded in the health services industry and brings to the group a strong background in health leadership of large innovative organisations and demonstrated success in a climate of rapid change.
âWe are delighted to have appointed such a high calibre leader with proven expertise in focusing teams on the strategic challenges in the private and public health care sectors and with enormous experience working with wholesale electronic cigarette doctors and specialists including a close knowledge of diagnostic imaging services provided in the hospital setting,â said Mr McClintock.
âWith his extensive contacts and experience in public and private hospitals, we know that Steven is keen to grow the network and work with our doctors and staff to improve clinical outcomes for our patients.â
Mr Rubic said he is excited to be joining I-MED Network as its chief executive. âI look forward to joining the I-MED Network team and am committed to consolidating the Networkâs position as Australiaâs leading medical imaging group.â
Mr Rubic serves on a number of boards, councils and committees within the healthcare industry, including the boards of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Macquarie University and the Health Industry (Superannuation) Plan, and is a past Chairman of the NSW Private Hospitalâs Association.
I-MED Networkâs acting CEO, Adrian Loader, will continue to lead the group until Mr Rubic commences his new role.
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