The experienced and highly skilled Executive team is committed to offering excellence in all aspects of care, exploring new concepts in care and ensuring that senior Australians have choice and control in the way that they live.
Greg Skelton: Group Chief Executive Officer
For 20 years, Greg has been committed to providing the highest standard of service to Queensland’s elderly. His impressive reputation is backed by his finance and logistics background. A qualified CPA with a degree in business and an MBA in strategic management, Greg is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He serves on the Presbyterian Church of Queensland Finance and Administration Board and is a Director/Governor of St Andrew’s Toowoomba Hospital. Additionally, Greg serves as Audit and Finance Chairman on the PMSA Group of Schools (Brisbane Boys College, Somerville House, Clayfield College and Sunshine Coast Grammar) and is a member of the Aged Care Services Australia Board serving as its Queensland Chair.
Andrés Rehbein: Chief Technology Officer
Andrés has over 15 years’ experience specialising in the delivery of transformational IT programs and strategies, that deliver tangible business outcomes across for-profit and not-for-profit businesses. He has both international and domestic experience within Aged Care, Health and Governments, and has also owned and run his own consultancy firm.
He has delivered outstanding results in some of the most challenging cultural, technological and diverse places in the world, including the successful delivery of the largest financial management transformation that has ever been done in the Pacific. He is a dynamic leader that is also innovative and passionate about people.
Andrés is the Chief Technology Officer at PresCare, a large non-for-profit provider of Aged Care Services for nearly 90 years, and also includes five commercial businesses – Surecom, Contented Chef, MWD, Walk on Wheels and Adapt Health Care. He is now working with Greg Skelton (CEO) to innovate new solutions that will help transform not only PresCare but also the Aged Care market.
Alex Nagy: Executive Manager – Shared Services
Over the past 30 years Alex has dedicated his working career to procurement and associated business units within the hospitality and commercial business space. With extensive experience in the Asia Pacific Region as a senior executive, Alex has embraced cultural diversity, challenging business dynamics, communication and process. Alex joined the PresCare Group in 2015 tasked to develop an exciting Green Fields opportunity in Procurement. With the rapid expansion of the PresCare Group and the need to establish a shared services division, in 2017 Alex was appointed to this role, to develop and manage the business unit.
Sandra Thomson: Executive Manager – Residential and Chief Clinical Officer
Sandra’s passion is in making a positive difference for care recipients and staff. As a registered nurse with tertiary qualifications in Health and Nursing Administration, Sandra ensures that the needs, choices and preferences of care recipients are at the centre of PresCare’s decision making. Her leadership skills have been described as ‘transformational’– making a difference on both the culture of services and on service outcomes. With over 10 years’ experience in aged care management and more than 20 years working in the Queensland Public Health System, Sandra inspires staff to achieve high quality, holistic services. She does this through her dedication to learning and development opportunities for all, as well as to innovation, such as the award winning sub-acute program that originated at Alexandra Gardens in Rockhampton.
Lisa Thompson: Executive Manager – Community Services
Lisa joined PresCare in early 2014 with over 20 years’ experience in the aged care and health care sectors. With a background in finance and human services, Lisa has worked in a number of senior operational and corporate roles in the changing environment of aged community care. At PresCare, she has been instrumental in our early adoption of the Consumer Directed Care philosophies. She has provided strong leadership for the Community Team through successful quality audits and accreditations, the acquisition of new services, and the implementation of a sustainable financial and staff model. Lisa has a particular interest in dementia with a research background in hereditary factors associated with Dementia with Lewy Bodies.
John Evans: Executive Manager of Mission
John joined the PresCare team in July 2018. John sees his role as that of a practical theologian; working alongside PresCare’s executive management with the goal of fulfilling PresCare’s mission, values and approach to ministry: ‘Christ in all we do’. He believes that experiencing the love of Jesus profoundly impacts the core of our being, and therefore changes the way we ‘do life’ as an organisation.
John is responsible for the oversight of our Pastoral Care Team where he manages, leads, pastors and resources the team of Chaplains so that they are equipped to provide a high standard of gospel-centred care and support to the PresCare community.
From a background in civil engineering and Geographic Information Systems as a consultant and with the government, John moved into ministry with the Presbyterian Church of Queensland over ten years ago. His experience pastoring churches both in Australia and overseas, and as a team leader in a church planting environment have been opportunities for him to grow both in his own faith and as a leader and manager. John loves working with people and more than anything enjoys helping and seeing others grow in their understanding of Jesus.
Amanda Hickey: General Counsel and Executive Manager Business Support
Ms Amanda Hickey joined PresCare as Corporate Legal Counsel in March 2017 and has since been appointed to the role of General Counsel and Executive Manger Business Support. In her role Amanda oversees PresCare’s governance including as company secretary to the Credere Group, compliance, policy, risk, quality, people and culture and communications and marketing.
Amanda is an experienced lawyer particularly in the not-for-profit sector with experience across a number of areas such as property, commercial law, family law, litigation, child protection, wills and estates, elder law, administrative law, criminal law and employment law. Throughout her career, Amanda has practiced law in private firms, government and in-house roles. Amanda is a nationally accredited mediator and sits as a non-executive director on several not-for-profit boards as well as being a member of the Queensland Law Society Not For Profit Law Committee.