Mercy Health appoints new Executive Director Communications and Stakeholder Relations

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Mercy Health is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Hewett as Executive Director Communications and Stakeholder Relations.

Mr Hewett joins Mercy Health with more than 25 years of experience in journalism, communications and marketing.

Group Chief Executive Officer, Angela Nolan, said Mr Hewett’s appointment will strengthen Mercy Health’s strategic capabilities as the organisation continues to focus on expanding the positive impact of its health and healthy ageing services.

“Andrew joins the Mercy Health Executive team where we believe his rich expertise and experience in complex and diverse communication settings will bring fresh insights and ideas to our team and across all levels of the organisation,” said Ms Nolan.

“With a wealth of experience across a number of industries and professions, Andrew’s career demonstrates not only a unique understanding of Australia’s communications landscape, but also shows a deep alignment to Mercy Health’s foundational values in honesty and transparency.”

Reflecting on his appointment, Andrew Hewett said, “I’ve long admired Mercy Health’s commitment to providing high-quality care to local communities and transparency in communications. I’m thrilled to be able to contribute to expanding and strengthening this work.

“Supporting organisations who have a deep passion for caring for others has always been a priority of mine. I’m pleased to be continuing this work with Mercy Health where the team dedicate their operations to improving the lives of Australians across the nation”.

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Last reviewed October 31, 2023.

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