Executive Team

Walter BourdelovGENERAL MANAGER

Wally Bourdelov has over 30 years of health care experience across Australia and overseas, including in clinical support, education, health funding and management. Wally has graduate and post-graduate qualifications in nursing, business management, teaching and marketing and has received a number of academic and industry awards. 

Wally has broad senior executive experience in hospital-based and corporate environments, as well as within the private health insurance sector. He has previously held senior executive hospital, health fund and aged care roles. 


Rosemarie WhiteDIRECTOR OF NURSING

Rosemarie White is a registered nurse that has worked at UCHealth for over 23 years. Rosemarie has an extensive background in critical care nursing and has held a number of senior nursing management roles in surgical and peri operative nursing prior to becoming the Director of Nursing at St Andrews War Memorial Hospital in 2010. 



Arthur HendersonDIRECTOR OF CORPORATE SERVICES

Arthur Henderson commenced work at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital in June 1987 as the hospital accountant. He has held a number of positions at St Andrew’s including Director of Finance and Director of Information Systems. In 2002 he was appointed to the position of Revenue Manager within the group and held this position until October 2013 at which time he returned to St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital.

Arthur is a Fellow of CPA Australia and a member of the Governance Institute of Australia. He has an extensive background in health fund contract management, statistical analysis  and patient costing. Arthur has served on the National Hospital Data Collection advisory committee and is currently a member of the Private Hospitals Statistics Advisory Committee.

Dr Yogesh MistryDIRECTOR OF MEDICAL SERVICES

Dr Yogesh Mistry is an enthusiastic advocate of continuous improvement in patient safety and has worked in healthcare as a doctor in Emergency Departments and as a medical administrator for more than 30 years.

Yogesh gained a Fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and has worked predominantly in private and public Emergency Departments. Following his completion of an MBA, Yogesh then went on to gain a Fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (FRACMA).

Yogesh joined UnitingCare Health as the Director of Medical Services at the Sunshine Coast Private Hospital prior to commencing at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital. He also currently practices in private emergency departments across Brisbane.