Brendon has a proven record in delivering patient focussed services and in actively promoting consumer and volunteer engagement. Brendon has had a career in Health Service Management for a period of over thirty years, holding Executive positions for the past 15 years. Prior to becoming the CEO of the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in September 2019, he was the Executive Director, Operations (Chief Operating Officer) at Peninsula Health for a period of 9 years.
Brendon’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Record Administration) and a Masters of Health Administration. He has been a senior lecturer at Monash University and has co-authored publications on case-mix funding, clinical costing and the use of data to enhance the management of services.
Advisor to the board of the WAEH, especially regarding the governance and strategy of the WAEH.
Health economist. Untill retirement as partner of PwC, Global Public Sector leader of PwC, coordinating all the services of PwC to the Public Sector worldwide .
Member of several supervisory boards in the health industry.
The mission of the WAEH is:
The WAEH tries to achieve the above mission by:
The World Association of Eye Hospitals (WAEH) is the global umbrella body for regional associations of eye hospitals, like the European Association of Eye Hospitals (EAEH).
The WAEH has been established in 2007 in the Netherlands by the following eight eye hospitals: