State’s first Clinical Senate gains members

The inaugural members of Perth’s first Clinical Senate have been appointed.

Designed as an industry think tank, the group will channel information on health issues back to the Government.

The Clinical Senate includes 50 clinicians and has an eight-member executive including doctors: Brian Lloyd (top), Mandy Seel (centre), Simon Towler (bottom), David Andrews, Scott Blackwell and Parbodh Gogna.

The executive also features Senior physiotherapist and allied health co-ordinator Carolyn Drummond as well as Osborne Park Hospital nurse coordinator Heather Gluyas.

A senate chair and deputy chair will be nominated by the executive at their first meeting later this month.

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