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IFHE LEADERSHIP


engineering projects, maintenance and capital procurement for Mediclinic’s 52 hospitals in Southern Africa. He has been in facilities engineering management for over 30 years, 25 of which have been in the hospital environment, with the Mediclinic Group. He qualified at the Cape Peninsula


University of Technology in 1978 with a Higher Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.


DARRYL PITCHER CEO for Bethsalem Care and GreenBriars Village, Australia. He has 21 years experience in hospital engineering in the public and private sectors. He is a past President, Institute of Hospital Engineering, Australia. (IHEA). Previously he oversaw a ‘revamp’ of the IHEA website and The Australian Hospital Engineer journal.


RONNIE BROWNE Ronnie Brown began his career in the Health Service in Northern Ireland in 1971. Between then and 1988 he held positions of Hospital Engineer, District Works Officer and Area Works Officer. From 1988 he was Director/Chief Executive of the Northern Ireland Health and Social Services Estate Agency and Board member of the Department of Health, Social Services. Following his retirement Ronnie has continued to undertake consultancy work in Estate Management and is also employed to


DARRYL PITCHER IFHE Member AUSTRALIA


RONNIE BROWNE IFHE Member NORTHERN IRELAND


provide management input by the Royal Yachting Association Northern Ireland. Ronnie holds a Higher National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering; aBSc in Electrical Engineering; and anMSc in Energy Studies. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (formerly the Institution of Electrical Engineers); and a Fellow of the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management Ronnie has represented IHEEM as an IFHE Council Member since 1999, and is currently a member of IHEEM’s International Affairs Committee being chair in 2008-9.


STEVE REES IFHE Member CANADA


He succeeds his good friend Jim Cook on the Executive Committee and is looking forward to making a positive contribution to the business of Exco over the next two years.


STEVE REES Steve Rees is the Vice President of Capital Management, Edmonton Zone for Alberta Health Services. He is a Certified Facility Manager, holds three trade certificates, and is a graduate of the University of Alberta’s Construction Administration Program. He has worked in Healthcare Facilities Management for 33 years and is a past president of the Canadian Healthcare Engineering Society.


IFHE DIGEST 2014


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