Bill Maiden – Chief Executive Officer
Bill Maiden is the Chief Executive Officer of My Emergency Doctor.
Prior to joining My Emergency Doctor, Bill was Group Chief Operating Officer of Everlight Radiology, a global teleradiology provider serving patients and hospitals across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Bill has 20 years of experience working in consulting, investment and executive roles across industries spanning healthcare, software, manufacturing, mining and energy. He is an alumnus of Harvard Business School.
Bill is passionate about building a culture of care, where care delivery for patients starts by looking after our own wellbeing, those around us in team and the care givers.
Dr Justin Bowra – Founder and Medical Director
A Fellow of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (FACEM), Justin is an experienced senior emergency physician with more than 25 years experience working in the hospital system, both in Australia and overseas. He is also the ACEM representative on the ultrasound group of the International Federation of Emergency Medicine, a Professor for the Ultrasound Leadership Academy, and Director of Emergency Ultrasound at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney. A former member of the ACEM ultrasound subcommittee, Justin is also a published author (Emergency Ultrasound Made Easy, Bowra and McLaughlin, 2nd ed and Point of Care Ultrasound for Emergency Medicine and Resuscitation, 1st ed) and is also a Medical Advisor to Echonous Pty Ltd. His passions include telehealth, tele-education and ultrasound.
Phil Offer – Chief Financial Officer
Phil Offer has held senior executive roles over twenty years in digital health and telco organisations. Prior to joining, he was CEO at George Health Technologies growing its chronic disease management system across Australia and Asia. Phil also led the turnaround of the Medical Director division at Healius Limited which resulted in a successful sale of the business. Before entering the digital health sector, Phil was a Vice President at Optus working across finance, sales and marketing. A graduate of the University of Cambridge, outside of work he is a board member of Poetry in Action, a touring theatre company focused on increasing literacy levels in children.
Wendy Carroll – Chief Growth Officer
Wendy brings over 15 years’ experience in commercial and innovation leadership roles in the healthcare sector. She has successfully led national digital health programs, APAC regional capability building initiatives and the introduction of specialist medical technologies into the ANZ hospital market. Wendy is a passionate advocate for leveraging digital technology to deliver better health outcomes at scale.
Wendy holds tertiary qualifications in Business (MBA, BCom) and Engineering (Hons I) and is a Graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
JP Keating – Chief Operations Officer
JP has held a number of senior positions in Europe and Australia over the past 20 years, primarily in the areas of commercial contracting and sourcing.
Prior to joining My Emergency Doctor JP held a senior position within ACT Government. With a broad skill-set and exceptional sense of commercial acumen, JP is focused on operational productivity, quality and providing assurance that My Emergency Doctor is achieving strong commercial outcomes as a rapidly expanding MedTech business.
JP holds a Masters in International Commercial Law from Griffith College Dublin, is a Graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and Expert Practitioner of The International Association for Contract & Commercial Management (IACCM).
Assoc. Professor Richard Paoloni – Chief Medical Advisor
Richard is the Chief Medical Advisor for My Emergency Doctor, 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.