Cura Day Hospitals Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Dee May as CEO/Director of Nursing at Ipswich Day Hospital.
Ms May has more than two decades of industry experience including high-level managerial roles in both the private and public sectors.
Most recently she was responsible for overseeing all aspects of operations and patient care, as well as delivering strategic business initiatives and outcomes for a large aged care provider in Queensland. She also has experience as a Nurse Unit Manager and Nursing Director.
Cura Day Hospitals Group CEO, Andrew Currie, said Ms May has a proven history of success in both managerial and clinical roles.
“At Cura, we pride ourselves on hiring staff who are committed to providing the very best holistic care for patients and I am confident Ms May shares this commitment and will lead and inspire the team to do the same,” he said.
“We maintain a high standard for our executive management staff, and with her history of leading hospitals through accreditation, quality, safety and governance I am confident she will excel in the role.”
Ms May is committed to lifelong learning and education. She has a Bachelor of Nursing and is completing her Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology) at the Queensland University of Technology.
“I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Ms May to the Cura team, and I look forward to following along with her successes,” Mr Currie said.
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