Health Infrastructure has built up a reputation as an innovative, collaborative and high-performing organisation.
Our structure is based on the principals of integration: it takes a diverse range of skills and a complex process of collaboration to deliver the Government’s vision for health in NSW.
That’s why we are experts in health planning, architecture, engineering, building, town planning, construction, surveying, assets, transitioning and commissioning, communications and change management.
With over 80 projects underway across NSW, now is the time for passionate, skilled and committed people to join the team.
See below to meet our executive leadership team: the professionals responsible for ensuring that we are up to the task of delivering the country’s largest portfolio of health capital works.
You can also meet more of the team and read about their achievements over on our Linkedin
Rebecca brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the role of Chief Executive and a genuine commitment to improving access to public health care across NSW.
Having joined Health Infrastructure in 2008, Rebecca has progressed through various senior roles to take up the reins of Chief Executive. Previously Executive Director of Rural and Regional projects, she spent many years working in country areas to deliver critical health infrastructure, overseeing the NSW Government’s record investment in regional health.
Rebecca has led major infrastructure projects across the public and private sectors, working on health, justice, residential and environmental projects. Her first public sector role was planning and delivering venues for the Sydney Olympics.
Rebecca has also completed studies in landscape architecture and project management, and mentors women and young people working in business and construction.
Executive Director, Western Region
With a career spanning over 30 years, Bruno has a long history of delivering infrastructure projects to benefit the community. During his time with HI, he has developed a reputation for a client and community focussed approach to project management.
Bruno has led multiple complex major health facility redevelopments in partnership with LHD stakeholders, and has acquired an in-depth knowledge of our health service requirements, and a focus on fostering and growing a strong team environment.
As a keen traveller, when he does stand still, Bruno finds it immensely rewarding to stand in an operational health facility, looking around to see how the combined contribution of the project stakeholders has provided a positive impact on individuals, the environment and, local communities.
Amongst other academic achievements, Bruno is a graduate of the Sydney University John Grill - Executive Leadership in Major Projects.
Executive Director, Northern Region
Having spent her entire career in NSW Health Leisa joins Health Infrastructure to lead the Northern region of our portfolio, collaborating with partners in the following Local Health Districts - Sydney, South Eastern Sydney, Northern Sydney and Central Coast, and Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick.
Leisa has been the General Manager of four different hospitals across NSW Health and held senior executive-level positions in human resources, finance and corporate services. Most recently Leisa was General Manager at St George Hospital. Notably, during this time she also led the SESLHD team in the $277M St George Hospital Redevelopment, which was a complex brownfield project involving construction of the Acute Services Building on top of the existing and functioning Emergency Department.
The hands-on experience in health service management that Leisa brings to Health Infrastructure complements our customer-centric approach to the delivery of our capital program.
Leisa commenced her career in health as a physiotherapist and has a Masters in Health Management.
Executive Director, Rural and Regional
Amanda brings extensive construction leadership experience and business acumen from a career spanning more than 20 years in the construction industry working in both public and private sectors.
For almost ten years Amanda has led diverse and complex infrastructure projects at HI through all stages from planning through to design, construct and commissioning. The highlights include the Professor Marie Bashir Centre, which opened in 2014 as a place of healing and recovery to help people with mental health issues and the Cobar Health Service, a small but very important rural hospital that provides a range of much needed services for locals.
Since September 2018 Amanda has been working as Director Southern for HI Rural and Regional portfolio. Prior to joining HI, Amanda led multidisciplinary teams and projects including at Campus Living Villages, Central and Moore Park Trust and APP Corporations. Amanda brings an understanding of both public and private perspectives to HI, giving insight into both commercial and government outcomes.
Executive Director, Assets, Development & Innovation
As the Executive Director of one of Health Infrastructure’s integral functions; Assets, Development and Innovation (AD&I), Miles has a keen interest in how health facilities run and operate. The AD&I function involves working collaboratively with all NSW Health Organisations and agencies across the state.
Miles has previously held a number of strategic and operations roles within the private and public sector, and has international experience in corporate planning and management, retail, leisure, venues, sport and commercial management.
Miles’ expertise lies in developing strategic and operational plans, policy and procedures for major projects, having worked in senior executive roles including CEO of Australian Paralympic Committee; Director, Government Stakeholder Coordination for the Sydney Metro Stage 1 and 2 Projects; and Operations Strategy and Commissioning Manager at Health Infrastructure.
With a strong strategic and commercial focus, well-honed operational skill, expertise and people management skills, Miles holds an impressive track record for consistently achieving results
Chief Operating Officer
Emma has a strong skillset in strategic planning, stakeholder alignment and leading change, as well as being a natural communicator and effective problem solver. She previously held a variety of executive roles in consultancy, and led teams in the planning of major health and education capital projects.
Emma joined the Leadership Team in 2019 and is leading strategic change planning and implementation. This work will see progressive change in the way Health Infrastructure plans and delivers projects to align with contemporary health care trends, leverage enhanced digital technologies, as well as prioritise the long-term sustainability of health facilities. She also oversees the Communications & Engagement and People & Performance functions of the organisation.
In addition, Emma has been leading Health Infrastructure’s contribution to the NSW Health COVID-19 Response, collaborating across other parts of the health system and preparing detailed infrastructure strategies to support an increase in hospital capacity in NSW public and private facilities, should this be required.
Emma commenced her career in medical research and has completed several ongoing professional development studies, most recently the University of Sydney’s Executive Leadership in Major Projects program.