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OCA - Appointment of Chief Executive Officer

Friday 24th May 2024

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Oceania Healthcare Limited advises that Suzanne Dvorak has today been appointed as Chief Executive Officer.


Suzanne has been in the Australian aged care and retirement living sectors for the past decade which included leading the single largest residential aged care provider in Australia.


She has most recently been an external advisor at Bain & Company in Melbourne.


Oceania Healthcare Board Chair, Liz Coutts, said today “the Board is delighted to announce Suzanne’s appointment as CEO of Oceania Healthcare, and we are looking forward to the valuable contribution Suzanne will make to the business. Suzanne has extensive experience in aged care and retirement living, which will position her well to lead Oceania through its next phases.”


Ms Dvorak commented “it will be a privilege to lead Oceania Healthcare, and I am excited to be joining the business at this time as Oceania grows its retirement communities and optimises its aged care operations.”


Ms Dvorak will commence on 22 July 2024 and will relocate from Melbourne to Auckland.


Prior to her current role, Ms Dvorak held roles as Transitional CEO of Levande, Managing Director of Bupa Villages and Aged Care, Australia, and Executive General Manager of Residential Communities for Australia Unity.


Ms Dvorak has a Bachelor of Teaching and a Master of International Business from Curtin University, Western Australia.


Mrs Coutts confirmed that Mr Pattison will continue as Chief Executive Officer until Ms Dvorak’s commencement date to support Ms Dvorak’s introduction to the business.


I’d like to thank Mr Pattison for his continued leadership and support since the announcement of his resignation earlier in the year.


This announcement has been authorised for release by Oceania's board of directors.



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