Gabrielle is the General Manager and Director of Clinical Services at St Vincent’s Private Community Hospital Griffith. Gabrielle is a Yenda resident, born and raised in the area, and a Registered Nurse with extensive perioperative and clinical experience. Having spent more than 10 years training and working in the Perioperative Unit at St Vincent's Private Hospital Sydney, Gabrielle moved back to Griffith where she worked as a Perioperative Nurse at Griffith Base Hospital. She worked in the role of Perioperative Clinical Nurse Educator for the Murrumbidgee Local Health District, supporting the professional development of nurse in the region.
In June 2013, Gabrielle was appointed to the role of Project Manager for St Vincent's Private Community Hospital Griffith, then was the Perioperative Services Manager for the Hospital, before becoming General Manager in July 2019.
Kerrin was born and raised in South Africa where she completed her four-year nursing degree, before working as a mid-wife for two years. She then moved to Australia and commenced working at Prince of Wales Private Hospital for seven years on a 45-bed medical/surgical ward. After having two children, Kerrin decided to move to Griffith for a quieter, more relaxed lifestyle.
In 2016, Kerrin commenced working as IPU Nursing Unit Manager at St Vincent’s Griffith and has loved the opportunity to work in a small team who provide a holistic standard of care to all patients without them having to travel to other cities.
Muna is the Food and Environment Service Manager at St Vincent’s Private Community Hospital Griffith. She is very familiar with the Private Hospital as she has been working since it opened in 2016, where she commenced as a Food Service Assistant. Muna has been in this current role for 6 months, bringing a wealth of knowledge from her 23 years of experience in Retail and Hospitality.
Kylie is the Front Office Manager at St Vincent’s Griffith. She has been in this role since she commenced working at St Vincent’s in October 2017, a year after the Griffith facility opened. Her role looks after the Administrations team and all the administrative functions of the hospital, including liaising with external facilities.
Kylie grew up in the Riverina as a child, then moved to Sydney as a young adult, returning to Griffith 20 years ago, working in administrative roles between local government and a manufacturing company. Kylie decided it was time for a change and was ready to expand her skillset, diving into the health industry.