MH&P RehabMatters is excited to announce the appointment of Carmen Reed as Clinical CEO and Carine Wood as Operations CEO of MH&P as of 1 September 2017.
After 15 years, our founding CEOs, Mandy McCulloch and Amy Harrison are looking forward to pursuing new roles within MH&P that allow them to make more time available for their families.
Carmen graduated as a physiotherapist in 2003 from UCT. She has worked at MH&P for more than 10 years and has developed significant leadership experience in her role as Rivonia RehabMatters Unit Head. Carmen leads by example and is considered a mentor to many at MH&P. She is in the final stages of completing a Masters of Rehabilitation Science through the University of British Columbia and is perfectly suited to this new role.
Carine, a WITS alumnus, also has 14 years of experience as a physiotherapist, and is regularly praised by her colleagues for her leadership ability in heading up our Rosebank In-Patient Neuromedical Unit over the last 6 years. Carine has found a growing passion in her heart for business management and is currently in her final year of completing a Masters in Business Administration through Henley University.
The Directors and staff of MH&P are excited about this new season of leadership and look forward to the blossoming of years of preparation for Carmen and Carine.