We are very pleased to announce Vickie Knight has joined Rauland Australia in the senior role of Clinical Services Executive. Vickie will be responsible for working with our healthcare customers across Australia and New Zealand to ensure the successful clinical implementation of the Rauland Platform.
Vickie has more than 25 years clinical experience within the healthcare sector. Beginning her career as a Registered Nurse, Vickie trained at Royal Brisbane Hospital in Queensland, before re-locating to Sydney and joining the staff at St Vincent’s Hospital.
Vickie has since built a career as a Clinical Consultant focusing on clinical re-design, clinical innovation and multi-centre research and accreditation projects for the NSW Department of Health and Local Health Districts. In these roles Vickie had the opportunity to work with metropolitan and rural healthcare services across NSW.
Vickie holds a Bachelor of Nursing and a Masters in Health Science Education and has completed her PhD at The Kirby Institute, Faculty of Medicine, University of NSW.
“I’m very excited to join the Rauland team. During my career I’ve been involved in a number of clinical innovation projects, where we have studied and implemented technology to achieve better patient and staff outcomes,” said Vickie.
“I’m passionate about innovative health technologies and I’m really looking forward to working in a business where the patients and healthcare workers are at the core of everything we do.”
Vickie lives in Sydney with her partner, teenage daughter and two dogs, which keep her busy. After many years playing competitive netball, Vickie is now a passionate follower of the Super Netball League and is proud to be Member No. 20 of the NSW Swifts.
Steve Gomes, Director, Rauland Australia commented: “We are very pleased to welcome Vickie to the business. Vickie brings a very deep level of clinical knowledge and experience to our team and she will add great value in ensuring our solutions are helping healthcare services to meet the required safety and quality standards.”