Directors

Brisbane North PHN is led by a highly qualified and accomplished team of leading skills-based professionals with hands-on experience in our region.

Dr Anita Green MBBS, MSpMed, FRACGP, FASMF, FAICD

Board Chair and Member Finance, Audit and Risk Management Committee

Anita has 30 years’ experience in both the primary care sector as a general practitioner and in the tertiary care sector with Queensland Health. She has a long-term commitment to undergraduate and postgraduate education, for medical and allied health professionals, and is involved in teaching and research at the University of Queensland. In 2014 she was appointed Chief Medical Officer for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Anita has over 20 years’ experience as a director on multidisciplinary not for profit boards in the health sector and is a current director of Cancer Council Queensland and Cancer Council Australia.  She has been a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors since 2004.


Dr Patricia Baker MBBS, FRACGP, FAICD

Member Governance Committee and Chair Clinical Council

Dr Trish Baker is a general practitioner and Medical Director of two Brisbane northside practices. She has a long commitment to improving health outcomes through working with a well-connected, multidisciplinary team of health professionals. She has worked innovatively to establish a cohesive group focused on health promotion and disease prevention in her local area.

Trish is an experienced GP supervisor, running a teaching practice that provides vertically integrated training for GP registrars, medical students and nursing students. She has had a long standing interest in Indigenous health.

Trish has strong governance experience in the not for profit sector. She is a board member and former Chair of GPSA Limited, the national organisation representing GP supervisors, is on the State Faculty Board of RACGP and is a Director of CSQTC (Central & Southern Queensland Training Consortium).


Mr Brendon Hulcombe M. Mgt (MSGM), B.A. (QUT), C. Dec, FAIM, MAICD, AAPI

Member Governance Committee 

An Australian Financial Review Boss Magazine Young Executive of the Year, Brendon is the CEO of national property valuation firm Herron Todd White, with 750 staff across 64 offices.

Brendon is a Fellow of both the Australian Institute of Company Directors as well as the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and is an Associate of the Australian Property Institute.  Brendon also sits on the board of Horizon Housing Company, and is an owner / Director of a Registered Training Organisation.  

He holds a Master of Management, a Bachelor of Arts and Diplomas in Marketing and Accounting.  Brendon is a long time Brisbane North resident and is married with two children.


Mr Stan Macionis FAICD, FAIM

Chair Governance Committee

Stan has held senior executive and CEO roles in the transportation, telecommunications, social services, health and aged care sectors. His particular expertise has been in leadership of organisations undergoing transformation, including Queensland Corrections, Health Services Australia, Medibank and RSL Care.

As Managing Director of Health Services Australia, Stan facilitated a merger with Medibank Private and then took on the role of CEO of Medibank Health Solutions. He was also a member of the core executive team responsible for management of the entire Medibank Private operation. Upon leaving Medibank, Stan took up senior roles in aged care, initially with Blue Care and then as CEO of RSL Care, where he commenced a significant change agenda.

Stan has a strong understanding of the broad health and aged care sectors and is committed to the development of an integrated health system through strategic initiatives aimed at improving the patient journey.

Stan is experienced in corporate governance and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors as well as of the Australian Institute of Management. He was awarded the Centenary Medal for distinguished service to the Health industry. He currently serves as a member of the AHPRA Nursing and Midwifery Board and Queensland Mental Health Review Tribunal. 


Mr Mark Henley B Bus (Accty) QUT, GAICD

Chair Finance, Audit and Risk Management Committee 

Mark Henley is Chief Executive Officer of the Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) – Queensland’s leading force for social change to eliminate poverty and disadvantage. With nearly 600 members, QCOSS undertakes informed advocacy and supports a strong community service sector.

Mark’s professional background is an accountant. He commenced his career with a chartered accounting firm then moved into the community services sector with the Spinal Injuries Association, as Chief Accountant in 1989 and then became Chief Executive Officer from 1999 to 2011. He started with QCOSS in 2011.

Mark has 25 years of experience in the community services sector. He has a focus on creating the best environment possible for services, government and the community to meet the needs of people experiencing poverty and disadvantage. During this time he has worked with government, business and the broader community.

He is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has a Bachelor Degree in Accountancy.


Kathy Campbell, BEc (ANU), FCPA, FAICD, FCA

Member Finance, Audit and Risk Management Committee 

Kathy held executive roles in healthcare for many years including with public and private providers, clinical/research alliances, consulting firms and vendors in Australia and Canada. She is an experienced non-executive director, currently serving as Non-Executive Director of Uniting AgeWell and previously having five years on the board of one of Australia’s largest not-for-profit providers of hospitals, aged care and community services, and on a state government statutory authority board. 

Kathy was IM & ICT Project Director for the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, an alliance of ten leading clinical, academic and research organisations working together on cancer control. Prior to that she was the Chief Information Officer for UnitingCare Health, a group of not for profit hospitals across South East Queensland.

Kathy runs her own consulting company. Her clients include The Australian Commission on Quality and Safety in Healthcare, Queensland Health, NT Health and the Queensland and Victorian Genomic Health Alliances. She is Chair of the Health Informatics Society’s Precision Medicine Community of Practice.