Princess Margaret Hospital for Children

Established in WA: 1909

Article Timeline

Past People

NamePositionYear StartedYear Ended
Robyn Lawrence CEO, Child & Adolescent Health Service20172018
Michelle Dillon Executive Director20162017
Yasmeen Tahoune Consultant, Budgeting & Statutory Reporting20172017
Anne Smith Manager, Donor Relationships20112016
Gervase Chaney Executive Director since 201519992016
Ian de Nazareth Head of Fundraising (since 2011); (Acting CEO Jun 2010–Jan 2011)20062016
Philip Aylward Chief Executive, Child & Adolescent Health Service2015
Bronwen Kelly Communications Manager20132014
Gary Geelhoed Director19902012
Lydia Litton Registered Nurse, Critical Care20092012
Kristy Radici PR Manager2010
Kimberly Tarleton PR Officer20082010
Catherine Greenway Senior Occupational Therapist19982009
Melissa Nelson A/PR Manager20082009
M-J Wallace Manager, Public Relations2008
James Fuller Public Relations Manager20062007
Deanne King A/Manager, Public Relations2007
Kim Gibson Head of Department, Physiotherapy20002006
Glyn Palmer Area Chief Executive2006
Basil Hanna Director of Psychological Medicine19962004
Marcus Tan Resident Medical Officer19992000
Brent Zekulich IT Manager19921998
Fabian Le Gay Brereton Information Systems Officer19931996
Jeffrey Williams Registered Nurse19931994
John Knowles Director, Corporate Services19911994
Jan Stewart Chief Social Worker19781985
Cait Woodward A/PR Manager
Jacqui Lee-Steere A/Communications Manager2011
Stephanie Kirk Communications Coordinator
Francess Lyons PR Officer


The former Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) was WA's Child and Adolescent Health Service until 2018, when a new specialist paediatric hospital and trauma centre was completed, known as Perth Children's Hospital. Whilst in operation, PMH was a 220-bed, internationally recognised paediatric facility that treated children and adolescents from around the state with approximately 250,000 patient visits (inpatient and outpatient) each year. In addition to providing hospital-based care, the Child and Adolescent Health Service was committed to population health and ambulatory care programs aimed at providing services for children and adolescents to promote life-long health. This included preventing health problems through promoting wellbeing, early detection of diseases and intervention and provision of services in the community rather than a hospital setting. All of these services have now been taken over by the Perth Children's Hospital.
Biography last updated 29 Oct 2018