An experienced consultant, she works with clients within the ageing and community sectors, including Commonwealth and State Departments, providers and other organisations who work in the ageing and community care space. She focuses on policy, strategy and operations. She has an extensive understanding of the market in which providers operate and how to respond to remain competitive.
Nicki is an experienced health professional, having worked in the health, community and hospital sectors in Australia and the United Kingdom. She is a qualified physiotherapist, with extensive clinical, management and project experience. Her key areas of interest are aged care, community care, sub-acute care and rehabilitation, out of hospital models of care, and primary care with a particular focus on chronic disease.
Nicki has published and presented widely on issues related to service delivery in community health, ambulatory care and sub-acute care and was awarded a Churchill fellowship to investigate alternative models of allied health out-of-hospital care.
Bachelor of Science, Physiotherapy
Master of Public Health