Hynes Lawyers nabs aged-care expert

By Reporter|20 August 2012

Hynes Lawyers has announced the appointment of Rod Young as consultant in its aged-care and retirement living practice.

Hynes Lawyers has announced the appointment of Rod Young (pictured) as consultant in its aged-care and retirement living practice.

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Young joins Hynes after his departure from the Aged Care Association Australia (ACAA) and will work closely with Julie McStay, partner and head of the aged-care and retirement-living team.

He brings to Hynes more than thirty years' experience working in the health and aged-care industries, including ten years in health service management and thirteen years in aged care.

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During his career, Young has had experience in managing complicated infrastructure projects, managing a teaching hospital complex, working on health systems redesign and developing health and aged-care policy reform.

“As we have moved through the aged-care reform process, Hynes Lawyers has worked closely with Rod Young in his capacity as CEO of ACAA. We are absolutely thrilled to have Rod join our aged-care team. Rod’s wealth of experience brings even more depth to our team and will enable us to offer a level of expertise in legal services to aged-care providers which we believe is second to none,” said McStay.

 

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