Chief Executive Officer
Clory Carrello was appointed CEO of Cockburn Integrated Health in November 2011. Clory is responsible for overseeing the service development at Cockburn Integrated Health and to ensure that this is responsive to community needs while also complimenting other service provision in the region.
Clory has almost 30 years’ experience in the health service industry, working in both clinical and administrative roles. He has over 15 years’ experience in program management and service development and has worked across the continuum of care from chronic disease prevention to palliative care.
He also has significant experience in Aboriginal Health and working with the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse population.
Clory has undergraduate qualifications in Medical Laboratory Science and post graduate qualifications in Business Administration.
Kirsten Webster joined Cockburn Integrated Health in January 2017 as the Administration Officer. With over 20 years of Executive Assistant/Administration experience, Kirsten will be assisting Clory with a range of initiatives including service development and administrative functions.
Kirsten has undergraduate qualifications in English Literature and Education, and post graduate qualifications in Gender, Culture and Society, and most recently graduated with a Post Graduate Diploma in Primary Education.