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Braemar Presbyterian Care chief executive Wayne Belcher. Photo: Attila Csaszar

CEO lunch with Wayne Belcher

For Wayne Belcher, aged care administration was very much an accidental career, quite literally. “During the mid-1970s I was in a fairly severe car crash and ended up in hospital for 18 months to two years, on and off,” Mr Belcher said.

“That is where I picked up the liking for health administration and healthcare generally, and my aged care experience came out of that.”

Mr Belcher’s career path did not veer straight to aged care after his stint in hospital, but rather to healthcare, including with the state government.

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Comments

Cottesloe
An insightful and interesting interview with a true industry leader. Thanks for sharing Mark.

Sydney
Thank you for sharing this interesting and candid retrospective of an impressive career. Well done Wayne.

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