Here’s how you can help shape healthcare on the Gold Coast

Gold Coast Health is looking for locals to join its Consumer Advisory Group and provide the agency with feedback on how it can better care for the Gold Coast community.

Margaret Shapiro from Labrador is a current member of the Consumer Advisory Group, and said: “If you’re interested in health and wellness, and are prepared to take part in discussions and share your experiences, I urge you to get involved and make a difference – you will be made very welcome.”

Gold Coast Health Board Chair Ian Langdon said Gold Coast Health’s journey towards world-class healthcare would require support and input from the community.


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He said members of the group would be invited to join committees and working groups on various health topics that would benefit from consumer input.

“This is a great opportunity for local Gold Coasters to shape the future of the city’s health care,” said Mr Langdon.

“If you’re enthusiastic, can spare a few hours each month and have had the experience of being a patient in one of our hospitals or having used one of our range of community-based services, I’d encourage you to apply today,” Mr Langdon said.

Community Advisory Group (CAG) members are paid to attend quarterly meetings and to participate in other committees.

For more information on the Consumer Advisory Group and to lodge an online expression of interest, visit the Gold Coast Health website.

Expressions of interest close on Friday 10 March 2017.


Cam is a full time roving reporter at myGC and producer/presenter of ‘Good Morning Gold Coast’. You’ll find him scooting around our city interviewing locals, celebrities and politicians in his quirky off-beat style. He holds a Bachelor of Journalism from CQUniversity, where he was awarded the WIN TV QLD Prize in Broadcast Journalism. Before arriving on the GC in August 2016, Cam worked for broadcasters in Darwin, Alice Springs, Adelaide and Melbourne and received an Australian Commercial Radio Award in 2010 for Best News Presenter (Country). He’s also worked as a Media Adviser to a federal politician, a Communications Manager at a specialist medical centre...and a vampire performer at Dracula's Cabaret Restaurant.
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