Manager, National Trauma Research Institute and Trauma Service, Alfred Health
Kim joined the Alfred Trauma Service in 2009. She has extensive local and international experience as a health administrator having worked in the public and private healthcare settings. Prior to commencing her role with the Trauma Services and the NTRI, Kim worked in the specialties of sports medicine, orthopaedic surgery, ophthalmology, cardiology and dermatology.
Kim’s role is to oversee the day to day operational and administrative processes of the Trauma Services and The National Trauma Research Institute and to develop and lead effective project, research and administrative teams. She is a member of the Leadership, Executive and Management Committees and is responsible for coordinating trauma training and education programs and managing medical students, observership placements and Honorary Appointments.
Kim is a key contributor to multiple international projects supporting project development and implementation and has particular expertise in developing and delivering international trauma programs having provided project management support on trauma capacity building and trauma systems development programs in Sri Lanka, India, China, Myanmar and Saudi Arabia.
Kim has undertaken further study and professional development at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia and Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Boston, USA and is currently working towards a Graduate Certificate in Leadership & Management at Griffith University.