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Ged was appointed to Chief Medical Officer of IPN Medical Centres in 2015. He moved into the role of IPN’s CEO, and then to CEO of Sonic Clinical Services in 2017.

Ged is also a GP at IPN’s The Mosman Practice on Sydney’s Lower North Shore. He is passionate about the role of general practice in the delivery of quality primary patient care.

Ged has extensive knowledge of rural and metropolitan general practice, with experience in Australia and abroad.

Ged has a medical degree from the University of Liverpool UK, graduating in 1988.

Greg is the Chief Executive Officer of Sonic Clinical Services’ subsidiary, Sonic HealthPlus. He began his career in healthcare after graduating with First Class Honours in Physiotherapy in 1989.

Greg was appointed CEO of Prime Health Group in 2007 and oversaw the company’s growth to a national network of clinics providing both in-clinic and onsite services. In 2010, Greg led the merger of Prime Health Group and Gemini Medical Services. Prime Health Group then took on the name of Kinetic Health, growing to over 35 clinics nationally and employing over 600 staff. In 2014, Kinetic Health rebranded to become Sonic HealthPlus.

Gun was appointed to the role of Chief Medical Officer in 2018, having acted as IPN’s NSW State Medical Director since 2016.

Originally from the UK, Gun has worked extensively in both primary and secondary care settings, and was a Principal Partner in his own practice before moving in 2011 to work with IPN and ASCC in Australia.  He continues to see patients at the IPN practice in Dee Why.

Adam has worked within Sonic Healthcare businesses since 2008, in Australia and New Zealand. He spent 7 years at Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology and was appointed to our CFO of SCS in 2018.

Adam began his career at KMPG in Auckland, before relocating to the London office.  

Adam has a commerce degree, and a masters’ degree in urban planning. He has a keen interest in urban design and conservation management.

Elise joined Sonic Clinical Services in 2011 as our National Acquisitions Manager, responsible for business and centre acquisitions, new centre development and relocation strategy. She has since been appointed to our Director of Business Development.

Elise is an accountant with 20 years’ experience in the corporate advisory sphere, having held senior roles with Rabobank Australia, Origin Capital and Banque Nationale de Paris.

Elise has project managed more than 50 transactions for SCS, including a number of the current entities in the SCS group.

Nikkie  began her medical career as a Registered Nurse, having graduated with a Diploma of Applied Science in Nursing from the University of Sydney in 1991.  This early experience has supported her in the various management roles that she has held within IPN Medical Centres since 1995. 

In October 2016, Nikkie accepted the role of National Operations Manager in which she oversees operations nationwide.

Rachel is responsible for the delivery of legal advice and assistance across our businesses.

Rachel has extensive experience as both an external legal adviser and senior in-house lawyer.  Before joining SCS, she practised at a leading Australian law firm, specialising in mergers and acquisitions and corporate advisory law.  Since qualifying as a solicitor in 2002, she has advised major corporate clients in Australia and internationally across a range of industries, and has spent time on secondment working with in-house corporate legal and executive teams.

Rachel is a qualified solicitor in the United Kingdom and Australia, and holds a BSc (Hons) Medical Science, PGDip Law (Manchester) and LLM (Sydney).

Robert is an experienced executive IT manager, after over 20 years in Australian Healthcare-IT. Having a background in software development, IT management and strategic planning, his experience spans pathology, radiology, clinical systems and industry representation. Rob’s current role as the executive manager of information technology for SCS involves the direction of technology, systems, resources and representation in the Australian healthcare industry. Supplemental to this, Rob is also a non-executive director of the telehealth business GP2U / PSYCH2U, and spent time at the Chief Information Officer of Best Practice Software in 2013.