Justin Bowra – Chief Executive Officer

Justin is the CEO and founder of ConnectedMed. He is an experienced senior emergency physician and Fellow of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (FACEM). He is also the deputy chair of the ACEM ultrasound subcommittee, the ACEM representative on the ultrasound group of the International Federation of Emergency Medicine, and a Professor for the Ultrasound Leadership Academy. He is a published author (Emergency Ultrasound Made Easy, Bowra and McLaughlin, 2nd ed) and is also a Medical Advisor to Echonous Pty Ltd.  His passions include telehealth, tele-education and ultrasound.

Dawn Floyd – Chief Operating Officer

Dawn is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of ConnectedMed. She is a Certified Practice Manager with the Australian Association of Practice Managers and has achieved her Diploma in Professional Practice Management, Diploma in Business, Diploma in Management and Diploma in Human Resource Management.  Dawn is passionate about seeing innovation within the Australian healthcare system and has been responsible for the establishment of several industry leading medical practices.

Paul Liu – General Counsel

Paul graduated from Sydney University with degrees in Economics and Law.  He began his legal training with Hunt & Hunt (Sydney) before moving to Hong Kong where he worked with Baker & McKenzie for over 5 years, after which he left private practice for the corporate world. Paul then worked in various roles including many as regional counsel / compliance counsel for a further 10 years before moving back to Sydney.   Paul’s core areas of work are Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A), private equity/venture capital, IT/telco as well as start-ups.

Richard Paoloni – Chief Medical Advisor

Richard is the Chief Medical Advisor for ConnectedMed, coordinating the activities of the FACEMs employed by the company. He is an experienced senior emergency physician, Fellow of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (FACEM) and an Associate Professor with the University of Sydney. Richard is currently the Chair of the ACEM Workforce Subcommittee and a member of the ACEM Standards Committee.  Previous roles include the NSW Faculty Chair of ACEM (4 years) and Director of Emergency Medicine at Concord Hospital (12 years). He has a strong interest in streamlining access to emergency care, developing and refining new models of care and promoting high quality service within emergency medicine consultations.