Mel Lukianenko

Mel has worked in the ICT industry for about 25 years and has held many senior roles including chief information officer at Aurora Energy and ICT leader at TasNetworks.

Mel Lukianenko

Director. Chair (since November 2021) Appointed July 2015
Mel has worked in the ICT industry for about 25 years and has held many senior roles including chief information officer at Aurora Energy and ICT leader at TasNetworks. IN 2016 she started her own ICT Advisory and Project consultancy business in Hobart called Ignite Projects Services. Mel has extensive experience in developing and implementing ICT strategies, along with a passion for leading and developing people and elevating organisational culture. Mel was awarded Outstanding Contribution by a Woman in ICT by TASICT for her dedication to the industry. As a director of St.LukesHealth, Mel has been a member of the Risk Committee, the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Executive and Nomination Committee.

Dr Jerome Muir Wilson

Dr Jerome Muir Wilson is a practising General Practitioner at the Launceston Health Hub which he founded with his wife Dr Jaclyn O’Keefe in 2014.

Dr Jerome Muir Wilson

Vice-Chair (Since November 2021) Appointed November 2016
Dr Jerome Muir Wilson is a practising General Practitioner at the Launceston Health Hub which he founded with his wife Dr Jaclyn O’Keefe in 2014. Jerome is passionate about innovative models of care that are patient focused and sustainable.  Jerome is also on the board of General Practice Training Tasmania further helping shape the future of Tasmania’s health professionals.  These insights at the board table ensures St.LukesHealth members receive the right care, in the right place at the right time with peace of mind.

Chris Dockray

Chris is a legal practitioner, specialising in insurance and corporate law.

Chris Dockray

Director Appointed November 2007
Member of Association since 1990, Director of Salveo Investments, Director of Salveo Healthcare Services, Remuneration Committee Chairman, Executive and Nomination Committee Chairman, member of the Audit and Risk Committees.

Chris is a legal practitioner, specialising in insurance and corporate law. Chris completed his degree at the University of Tasmania and went on to work with Zeeman Kable and Page for 11 years before setting up his private practice in 1995. Chris was appointed Chairman of St. Luke’s Private Hospital in 1991 until it was sold to Calvary Healthcare in 2004. He had been Chairman of St.LukesHealth for 10 years, and in November 2021 stepped down from Chair and will continue as a Director on the Board for two years to ensure a smooth transition for the organisation and its members. Chris’ strong focus on community has seen him chair the Launceston Steiner School and Springfield Fisheries, vice chair of the Care for Africa Foundation as well as being a director for private start-up companies. He is currently independent Chairman of the Tasmanian Salmonid Industry having been so for 10 years. Chris and his wife have three children and spend their time operating the Lalla Flower Farm.

Martin Rees

Martin was managing partner of KPMG in Tasmania for 20 years and in that role provided strategic consulting services to a number of private health insurers around Australia.

Martin Rees

Director Appointed November 2016
Martin was managing partner of KPMG in Tasmania for 20 years and in that role provided strategic consulting services to a number of private health insurers around Australia.  Since retiring early from KPMG, Martin has been actively involved in assisting St.LukesHealth with its personal health record project and joint venture investments.
Martin is currently acting as an executive director on a challenging commercialisation project in the aquaculture industry.  He has also been appointed to director roles with large Tasmanian private companies and is developing his own vineyard and wine business. Martin is currently chairman of St Giles Society and Wine Tasmania.

Peter Murfett

Peter runs his own Management Consultant company and was formerly with KPMG providing strategic, governance and executive recruitment services.

Peter Murfett

Director. Chair of Risk and Audit committees. Member of Remuneration Committee. Appointed November 2012
Peter runs his own Management Consultant company and was formerly with KPMG providing strategic, governance and executive recruitment services. He is a past Director/Member on several Boards at Tasmanian and National levels including the Institute of Management Consultants, Heart Foundation and St Michael’s Collegiate school. He is a past District Governor of Rotary Tasmania and currently Chair of the Local Government Shared Services.

Ian Huett

Ian has been a rural community pharmacist since 1971 having graduated from the School of Pharmacy in Hobart in 1970 and operates a cash claims centre for St.LukesHealth at his pharmacy.

Ian Huett

Director Appointed November 1995
Ian has been a rural community pharmacist since 1971 having graduated from the School of Pharmacy in Hobart in 1970 and operates a cash claims centre for St.LukesHealth at his pharmacy. Ian has always had a strong commitment to the community, has been vice-chairman of St Mark’s Homes, director of Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust, Chairman of Meander Valley Enterprise Centre, founding director of Giant Steps Tasmania, and director of St Luke’s Private Hospital.  He served on the board of Rotary Club of Deloraine for 20 years and been a member for 46 years. He served on the Australian Pharmacy Council, Chair of Pharmacy Board of Tasmania then the Pharmacy Board of Australia for 13 years.  He was awarded a Rotary Paul Harris Fellowship, an Australia Day Award and a Tasmania Day Community Service Award in recognition of his contribution to the pharmaceutical profession and community service. He is currently a director of Healthcare Software, deputy chair of Giant Steps, and consultant to Sigma Healthcare. Ian and his wife Judith have four children and 9 grandchildren. 

Mark Valena

Mark has extensive experience as a CEO, executive and director in the insurance and health sectors, strategy development, capital and financial management, and risk management.

Mark Valena

Director Appointed January 2022
Mark has extensive experience as a CEO, executive and director in the insurance and health sectors, strategy development, capital and financial management, and risk management. He is a former CEO at GMHBA Limited, a top-10 Australian health insurer and regional healthcare provider.

Mark helps shape and influence the healthcare sector through his various directorships across hospital contracting, technology and peak advocacy bodies. He brings expertise to the St.LukesHealth Board spanning the strategy, leadership and culture, technology, systems, and processes that make an organisation successful.
 

Leigh Franklin

Leigh is an experienced professional services and enterprise risk advisor, including audit practices and processes, internal control and risk, and diversified business advisory.

Leigh Franklin

Director Appointed January 2022
Leigh is an experienced professional services and enterprise risk advisor, including audit practices and processes, internal control and risk, and diversified business advisory. He chairs the St.LukesHealth Audit and Risk Committees. A former partner at KPMG, Leigh has a breadth of experience across industries specialising in the aquaculture, agribusiness, forestry, manufacturing, and energy sectors.

Leigh has worked across the public and private sector encompassing local and state government, listed companies, and not-for-profit organisations. He credits his success in engaging with clients, identifying their needs and finding solutions to his effective listening, communication and stakeholder management skills.
 

Our Provider Network

St.LukesHealth has agreements with a number of medical and allied health providers.
St.LukesHealth has agreements with a number of medical and allied health providers.

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