Clinical Governance Committee

The role of the Clinical Governance Committee is to provide advice to the CPA Group board and management to allow the CPA Group to best govern the provision of medical products and services to its clients.

Each Clinical Governance Committee Member (Member) is to cooperate and use his or her best endeavours toprovide advice which also assists the CPA Group to maximise the success of its business.

Clinical Governance Committee Members:

Dr. Scott Wilkinson MBBS, FRACGP, DRANZCOG, Medical Director

Scott’s broad management and medical experience ranges from expat medical postings in Vietnam, Cambodia and Papua New Guinea through to medical oversight of multiple domestic remote medical sites for multinational clients and Government. Scott spent the last 14 years with a leading international assistance company, his most recent role being Regional Medical Director (Australasia). Scott is the founding Medical Director for Hard Hat Health.

Scott has complete medical oversight as Medical Director of the CPA Group, CPAG Health & Medical and Hard Hat Health.

Dr Mark Whillans MBBS (Uni of QLD), FRACGPMedical Advisor

Dr Whillans is a graduate of the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery and has been appointed a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. During his 18+ years’ experience in Emergency, General Practice, Occupational and Preventative Medicine Dr Whillans has worked throughout rural and metropolitan areas of Queensland.  Dr Whillans clinical expertise as the Medical Director gives the Company a first class Physician.

Dr Simon Willcock PhD, FRACGP, MBBS (Hons), Dip Obs, Non-Executive Director

Professor Simon Willcock is the Chairman of General Practice Education and Training Ltd, a Commonwealth company responsible for general practice training on behalf of the government and Minister for Health.

Simon is general practitioner who has worked in both rural and urban NSW. He is Discipline Head of General Practice at the University of Sydney, and Associate Dean for Postgraduate Medical Education and Training in the Sydney Medical Program. His educational and research interests include musculoskeletal medicine, generational change in the medical workforce and the health of doctors.

Professor Willcock is Director of the NSW Institute of Medical Education and Training (IMET). He is also a member director of the medical indemnity insurance provider AVANT and a board member of Health Workforce Australia.