Audit & Risk Committee
The Finance and Audit Committee is responsible for the operation of the financial risk management framework of Central Highlands Rural Health, the performance and independence of internal and external audits and the effectiveness of management information systems and other systems of internal control. The committee also monitors compliance with laws and regulations and its own code of conduct and code of financial practice. Central Highlands Rural Health has appointed the Victorian Auditor General’s Office (VAGO) as its external auditors for the next year.
Clinical Governance Committee
The Clinical Governance Committee acts to ensure that effective and accountable systems are in place to monitor and improve the quality, safety and effectiveness of all clinical services provided by Central Highlands Rural Health.
Clinical Credentialing Committee
The clinical credentialing committee is responsible for credentialing medical practitioners and dentists to provide clinical services at Central Highlands Rural Health within a defined scope of practice
Governance, Remuneration and Nominations Committee
The Governance, Remuneration and Nominations Committee assists the board in the oversight of remuneration paid to the CEO and employees, and makes recommendation of new Director appointees to the Minister and Governor in Council.
Community Advisory Committee
The Community Advisory Committee provides the Board of Management a stronger consumer perspective on the management of the organisation. The Community Advisory Committee is a way for people to get involved and have a say about their local health service. But most importantly the skilled volunteers help us to see the patient and carer experience through their eyes.
It’s an important engagement and governance role – the committee operates according to government legislation and guidelines. Members get to advise the Board, collaborate with staff and advocate for the community. We value and take their perspectives seriously.
Members discuss health issues and health services, get involved in projects and health literacy initiatives, develop patient and consumer information, and help CHRH to keep listening and improving.
For more information please read: Community Advisory Committee – Terms of Reference
Project Control Group
The Project Control Group overseas major projects.