With degrees in medicine, law and business administration, Dr Tim Smyth is an experienced senior executive and company director. He has had an extensive career across all facets of the NSW public sector health system. His career includes 6 years as Deputy Director-General in the NSW Ministry of Health and 8 years as a corporate and commercial law partner with DLA Phillips Fox (now DLA Piper). He is currently Chair of the Western New Primary Health Network, Director of the Black Dog Institute and Director of the Australasian College of Health Service Management. Tim speaks regularly on corporate and clinical governance, particularly in the context of patient safety and quality health care.
Tim Smyth, Western New Primary Health Network, Australia