Kim Browne is a health strategy consultant who has worked in the NSW Health system for over thirty years. She held senior roles in the Bureau of Health Information, Far West, Mid North Coast, North Coast and Hunter New England Area Health Services, and recently worked with the Local Health Districts, Primary Health Network and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations in Western NSW to establish a Health Intelligence Unit.
Kim has qualifications in communication, adult education and public health. Her professional interests include population health, primary health care, rural health, Aboriginal health, health equity, performance improvement, quality improvement and health research. She is experienced in building collaborative partnerships with key stakeholders, and establishing and maintaining cohesive, high-performing teams.
Kim is passionate about effective communication, partnerships, learning, innovation and quality data and information as key contributors to improving health services and health outcomes.
Living a healthy lifestyle is also important to Kim. Having recently moved back to the Mid North Coast, she is enjoying the abundant opportunities for physical activity, healthy eating and social interaction.