Angela Nolan - Chief Executive Officer

Angela brings a wealth of experience to this role having acted in the position of Executive Director, Surgical and Specialist Services and leading a series of key initiatives driving improvement in patient access and length of stay. Prior to joining St Vincent’s, Angela spent many years in a number of leadership roles with ANZ, including Head of Credit Card Operations, reaching the position of Global Head of HR Consulting and HR Advisory.

Angela began her career as an accountant with Arthur Anderson which lends broader commercial experience to compliment her more recent health experience.

Ian Broadway - Chief Financial Officer

Ian Broadway is a highly experienced Finance Executive whose most recent role was Chief Financial Officer at Austin Health, a position held since 2005. Prior to this Ian held a variety of positions in the private sector, and was Chief Financial Officer at the Victorian Workcover Authority, and health services including the North Western Health Care Network. Ian’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce and post-graduate qualifications in accounting.

Antony Tobin - Chief Medical Officer

Antony is the Chief Medical Officer at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne. He trained in respiratory and intensive care medicine and has worked as a consultant in the intensive care unit at St Vincent’s since 2003. He has post graduate qualifications in epidemiology and health management. He is also a board member for Dental Health Services Victoria.

Kathryn Riddell - Chief Nursing Officer

Kathryn has more than 10 years’ experience in senior management and executive roles in public health. Throughout her career she has led strategy in patient safety and quality, workforce planning and industry based nursing and inter-professional education. She was the inaugural appointee to the Executive Director of Learning and Teaching position at Eastern Health. She holds post graduate qualifications in critical care nursing, education, health management and a Masters of Research. She represents the nursing profession at a number of state and national advisory committees and is an Adjunct Professor with the Australian Catholic University and a member of the Australian College of Nursing.

Susan Miller - Executive Officer

Ms Susan Miller joined St Vincent’s as the Executive Officer and Company Secretary in February 2008. Ms Miller has held leadership roles in a range of government and not-for-profit organisations working in legal aid, disability, health and welfare services at organisations including Australian Red Cross, MS Victoria and Victoria Legal Aid. In her previous roles she has had responsibility for functions including legal services and compliance, organisational development and industrial and employee relations. She is currently completing studies towards a Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance.

Margaret Stewart  - Executive Director Mission

Margaret has a long history with Catholic organisations, in numerous senior positions and consulting roles. She began her career in Catholic education before completing a Bachelor of Theology at the Melbourne College of Divinity and a Master of Business Management at ACU. Margaret is a graduate of the Institute of Company Directors and has multiple qualifications in Executive Coaching and Leadership.

In 14 years of consulting, Margaret specialised in the fields of governance structures, strategic thinking and organisational capacity building across dozens of Catholic and non catholic organisations (including UNESCO and State Library Vic). This experience has informed her view of the importance of connection to a shared mission – a value we, at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, hold very dear.

Hugh Tobin - Executive Director Strategy, Planning & Communication

With more than fifteen years' experience in strategy, corporate affairs, media and government relations, Hugh brings to St Vincent’s a proven track record of driving major revenue and public profile growth in corporate, government and non-government organisations. Hugh joined the St Vincent’s team as General Manager of Communication & Media in 2021 and was appointed to his current role in March 2022. Hugh’s previous experience includes running his own communications consultancy, HMT Communications, as well as working for Australia’s largest independent communications agency, Bastion Reputation Management. On top of a broad range of public policy experience, Hugh has also held senior in-house positions as Director of Media and Content at Victoria University, Head of Corporate Affairs at Sensis, and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of AUSVEG. 

Martin Smith - Executive Director Integrated Care Services

Martin joins us from Eastern Health where he has held a variety of senior management roles since beginning his career as an Occupational Therapist at LaTrobe Regional Hospital. He has been an Associate Director of Medicine and Sub-Acute, and of Surgery programs where he oversaw significant improvement in timely access for emergency patients, major reductions in patient waiting times and reduced surgical cancellations. He was the Chief of Clinical and Site Operations at Box Hill Hospital where he was responsible for the over-site of the new $447m hospital redevelopment and was the Program Director of Surgery at Eastern Health. 

Fiona Prestedge - Executive Director People and Corporate Services

Fiona is an HR executive with over 30 years of experience in mature and emerging markets. As an HR generalist with roles covering strategy, operational service delivery, industrial relations, merger & acquisitions and transformation & change, Fiona has a breadth of leadership experience that has incorporated leadership of HR & Payroll; Quality, Safety & Risk and Support Services portfolios. Fiona’s passion for healthcare also saw her lead the HR program for Monash Health for more than seven years, as well as serving as the General Manager People, Quality and Safety at Melbourne City Mission.

Clinton Cummins - Executive Director Performance Improvement

Clinton has executive responsibility for leading the development and implementation of our strategy and frameworks across St Vincent’s for best practice continuous improvement and quality management. He brings extensive experience in quality management and continuous improvement functions in a range of industries which included the Toyota group and most recently Victoria Police. Whilst at Victoria Police Clinton was instrumental in driving organisational performance within forensic science and front line policing as well as embedding lean thinking values and behaviours.