AHHA staff

John Gregg

Chief Executive

John Gregg is Chief Executive of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, the independent peak body for the Australian healthcare system and a national voice for universally accessible, high quality healthcare in Australia. John has broad experience in the health and community services sectors in Australia and internationally. Most recently, he held the position of Chief Executive of the North Queensland Primary Health Network. Contact


Adj Assoc Prof Rebecca Haddock

Director, Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research

Rebecca Haddock is an internationally recognised academic researcher with over 15 years experience across the university, government and non-government health and science sectors as a scientist, scientific evaluator, project manager, strategic policy advisor and health policy intermediary. Rebecca is known for her leadership and strategic engagement skills which underpin her ability to translate health research and deliver independent advice on health systems issues to government and industry stakeholders. She is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Institute for Health Transformation, Faculty of Health, Deakin University; and a Visiting Fellow in the Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology. Rebecca holds a PhD in Neuroscience from the Australian National University. Contact


Murray Mansell

Chief Operating Officer

With 40 years' experience in executive management, Murray informs AHHA’s financial strategies and is responsible for managing financial controls, accounting procedures and reporting on the financial performance of AHHA as the organisation’s membership and services continue to grow. Contact



Kylie Woolcock

Policy Director

Kylie Woolcock started her career as a pharmacist, before moving her focus into health workforce development and service implementation. She has extensive experience bringing the diverse views of stakeholders together with the evidence base to influence and effect change. She has worked with a range of health professions and service providers; from the perspectives of education, accreditation, policy, professional practice, clinical service provision, and regulation; and from a local region, national and international focus. She has postgraduate qualifications in health economics, training and management. Contact