AccessCare appoints new manager

Published on 01 March 2024

Camille Hoyle in her office

We’re excited to announce that following an extensive recruitment process involving several strong internal and external candidates, Camille Hoyle has been appointed as AccessCare’s new manager.

With more than 13 years of experience in the aged care and disability sector, Camille originally joined AccessCare in 2019 as the Team Leader – Package Care and Community Connections, and since September 2020 has held the position of Senior Team Leader – Home Care Packages.

Prior to this, Camille held impactful roles at Mildura Rural City Council and the City of Casey, where she gained extensive experience in rural healthcare and remote nursing. Camille’s career has also seen her make significant contributions in the areas of health promotion, health literacy and education in communities with minimal healthcare facilities and options.

“Working in the aged care sector provides a unique and meaningful opportunity to have an impact on the lives of our community members,” says Camille. “I get great satisfaction from knowing that we contribute in a practical way to our clients’ lives and overall wellbeing.”

During her time with AccessCare in the City of Kingston, Camille has demonstrated a clear understanding of the local community’s health needs and a steadfast commitment to providing quality care and advocacy for our most vulnerable community members. 

“One thing I really love about working with AccessCare is the dedication everyone has for supporting the community. This is evident in the personalised care we provide, and our commitment to fostering a sense of community and connection among our clients.

“A key component of our success lies in the expertise and dedication of our team. Our staff are truly amazing and genuinely want the best outcomes for our clients.”

Camille replaces Margie Hanrahan, who was AccessCare’s manager for six years, having originally joined the team as an aged care advisor 19 years ago.

“Margie has left an incredible mark on AccessCare through her dedication, commitment and leadership. Taking the reins from her is both an honour and a responsibility,” says Camille. “As we now look forward to AccessCare’s future, I aim to continue to build on her legacy by maintaining the high standards of care that we are known for delivering.

“Our focus over the next 12 months will also be on continuous improvement and innovation in the services we provide. I hope to see increased community engagement initiatives, fostering stronger connections between AccessCare and the people we support.

“I am committed to excellence, and this should shine through every interaction with our staff, clients and their families.”

Camille’s valuable clinical knowledge will undoubtedly strengthen our ongoing commitment to delivering a compliant, high quality aged care service to our community as we navigate our way through the Aged Care reforms and beyond.

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