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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

New Chair elected to the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO)

Date posted: 13 November 2009

A new Chair, Mr Justin Mohamed, has been elected to the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO), the national peak body for over 145 Aboriginal community controlled medical services. The new Chair was elected at the NACCHO Annual General Meeting in Darwin, on Tuesday 10 November 2009.

Mr Justin Mohamed, a Gooreng Gooreng man from Bundaberg, Queensland, has lived and worked with Victorian Aboriginal communities for the last 20 years. Mr Mohamed has been part of the community controlled Aboriginal health sector during the last 20 years, and is the current Chairperson and former CEO of Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative, as well as being the Director of the Academy of Sport, Health and Education in Shepparton.

Mr Mohamed is taking over the role as Chair from Dr Mick Adams, who has been the Chair of NACCHO since 2007.

Mr Mohamed will be supported by the new Deputy Chair, Ms Glenda Humes from Bunbury, Western Australia.


NACCHO National Secretariat
15 Torrens Street
Braddon ACT 2612
PO Box 5120
Braddon ACT 2612
Ph: (02) 6248 0644
Fax: (02) 6248 0744


Last updated: 16 November 2009
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