Less than six months after taking on the role as Southern Riverina Hospitals Manager, Mark Massey has left to work at another hospital.January 31, 2013 4:14am
Murrumbidgee Local Health Network Rural Group Manager, Border, Rosemary Garthwaite confirmed his resignation yesterday.
She said he has taken on a new role at Corowa’s Health Service, and started this month.
Originally from Deniliquin, Mr Massey was appointed Senior Nurse Manager of the Multi Health Services which covers Berrigan, Finley, Jerilderie and Tocumwal, in July last year.
He spent the first part of his role based at Deniliquin, temporarily replacing Deniliquin Hospital manager Andrew Dagg until early August.
Mrs Garthwaite said Mr Massey’s role in the Southern Riverina is expected to be filled ‘‘shortly’’.
‘‘Until an appointment is made, Finley and Jerilderie health services are being supported by senior nurse managers from Tocumwal and Berrigan,’’ Mrs Garthwaite said.
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