Ray Creen has begun his new role as CEO of the SA-based Not For Profit this week, following a record of senior health leadership roles in the UK and Australia.

He was CEO of SA Ambulance Service from 2008 to 2013, heading up a range of innovative changes including a new ‘out-of-hospital’ service where patients were treated in their homes if possible. Mr Creen was also the CEO of NSW Ambulance.

ACH Group Chairman Geoff Holdich said the Board couldn’t be more pleased with the appointment.

“We believe he is more than equipped to build on ACH Group’s strengths – and the legacy that has been created by outgoing CEO Mike Rungie,” he said.

See our later story on ACH.

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