While clinical radiology is the unwavering focus of our business, Keystone Radiology recognises that both clinical and corporate governance is important in ensuring that we are a trustworthy and reliable provider, employer and business partner. We believe that having the right people in leadership positions is an important starting point for this.

Mark Patterson, Non Executive Director, Board Chair

Mark Patterson is an experienced board director and senior management executive who has a strong background in health industry governance that included a nine-year term as a board director at Ballarat Health Services – including the role as Chairman of its Quality Care committee.

Mark is an Executive Manager with the Ballarat City Council where he heads the Sport and Active Living portfolio that is focussed on promoting healthy lifestyles and physical activity in the community. Mark has also held positions of Chief Executive of several community-based organisations including the AFL Club Western Bulldogs.

Mark currently serves several community boards including the Ballarat Health Services Foundation – an independent body responsible for assisting the fundraising program for the Base Hospital and is also a board member of Ballarat and Clarendon College and he is Chair of its property and infrastructure committee.

Mark has a strong desire to ensure that the board remains focussed on ensuring that at Keystone we put our clients and staff at the centre of all that we do.

Joelle Tabone, Non Executive Director

Joelle Tabone is a Partner at HLB Mann Judd within the Business Advisory Division.  As a Chartered Accountant with over 20 years’ experience, Joelle provides advice and services to a wide range of corporate, international, not for profit and family owned organisations.

Joelle is also a regular participant on Boards and Advisory Boards, including a Non-executive director of Keystone Radiology Pty Ltd, Ardoch Youth Foundation and is an advisory member of the Moreland City Council Audit and Risk Committee.

She is a member of Family Business Australia and a Graduate of the Institute of Company Directors.

Samantha MacRae, CEO

Samantha is a Healthcare Leader with over 20 years’ experience both in Australia and the UK. Samantha has a clinical background as a Radiographer combined with post graduate qualifications in Healthcare Management, Financial Analysis, Corporate Finance, and Business Strategy.

She is a student of Organisational Positive Psychology and understands the employee and business benefits through the practical application of its theories. Her unique experience gives her insight into the needs of patients, referring clinicians and hospital partners.

Samantha grew up in outback NSW and is thrilled to be leading an organisation that is delivering world-class Radiology services to regional Victoria.

Support Staff

Brian Chapman, Data Analyst

Brian is an administrator who has worked in the radiology industry for over 30 years, both in the public and private sectors. During this time he has fulfilled many roles, from radiography assistant, to book-keeper and office manager.

Brian is responsible for analysing data across out network of services, providing timely data to our management team and Board to assist with a range of strategic and operational decisions. In addition to precise data analysis, Brian also has a special interest in our information technology platform.

Cheree McNeight, Radiologist Support Manager

Cheree is an experienced healthcare professional who has over 20 years’ experience in all areas of healthcare administration across both the public and private sectors. With over 13 years experience in radiology, Cheree has a worked across a number of roles encompassing radiologist rostering, compliance management, accreditation, policy writing, document control, executive support and event management.

Cheree is responsible for managing Keystone’s radiologist rostering, credentialling and reporting workflows, and importantly shares Keystone’s passion to ensure best possible service delivery at all times.