Organisational Structure

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Network Executive Team

Gary Forrest

Chief Executive

  • Gary joined Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network in 2002 working in nursing before taking up the Chief Executive role in 2016.
  • He has a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) and a Masters of Applied Management (Health) with distinction.
  • Gary has over 30 years’ experience in nursing working within intensive care units, emergency departments, sexual health services, drug and alcohol services and teaching nursing at colleges and universities.
  • Prior appointments include managing Long Bay Hospital and Executive Director of Clinical Operations (Custodial Health).

Wendy Hoey

Executive Director Clinical Operations

  • Wendy joined Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network as Executive Director of Clinical Operations in 2019.
  • She is a Registered Nurse, has a Graduate Certificate in Management and is currently studying a Master of Business Admin and Public Health at Torrens University.
  • Wendy has over 20 years’ experience in senior health management roles within the public sector.
  • Prior appointments include Executive Director for Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service and Nursing Director for the Central Queensland Mental Health Service.

Rajiv Anand

Executive Director Corporate Services

  • Rajiv joined Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network in 2012 as Executive Director of Corporate Services.
  • He has a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) and Strategic Finance, and is a Graduate Australian Institute of Company Directors.
  • Rajiv has over 20 years’ experience in senior executive Finance positions both in the private and public sectors.
  • Prior appointments include Director Operations for Southern NSW Local Health District and Director Corporate Services for Greater Southern Area Health Services.

Dr Stephen Hampton

Executive Medical Director

  • Dr Hampton joined the Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network (Network) in 2009 as a General Practitioner and Clinical Director for Primary and Women’s Health. He became the Executive Medical Director for the Network in 2012.
  • He has a Bachelor of Medicine and Masters of Public Health. He was also the inaugural Chair of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Specific Interest Group in Custodial Health and was involved in the NSW Medical Leadership Group.
  • His prior appointments include being a District Medical Officer in the Northern Territory and a partner in a suburban General Practice.
  • His interests include Medical Education and Systems Improvement.