Dr Harry Randhawa

Dr Harry Randhawa brings with him the same values and commitment that UCSA and UCH have enjoyed over the years with Anthea Pavy who has retired after 18 years as CEO. Dr Harry or Harry as he prefers to be called grew up in Adelaide and started his career as a doctor after completing his studies at Flinders University. Harry worked as a GP in rural NSW in the 90’s which is where he developed a passion for supporting rural and regional communities. Harry developed a strong interest in leadership, completed a Law degree at Flinders University in 2003 and has worked in executive management roles ever since, with the last 12 years being spent leading NFP organisations based in rural and regional WA and QLD that deliver services to vulnerable and disadvantaged clients. Harry is humbled by the opportunity to lead UCSA and UCH and has moved to Port Pirie with his wife and four children. Harry’s values are centred around community and promoting access to services for those doing it tough in country locations.