PROM Country Aged Care CEO Rhett McLennan is urging more people to put their hand up for a spot on the not-for-profit’s board. “We, as an organisation, are always looking for new ideas and a great cross-section of skills to assist us with setting the strategy of our organisation and would love to have more people put up their hand to come on to our board,” he told The Mirror.
“We currently have a dynamic group, but it can always be enhanced by people passionate about the health of our elders and our community.”
Mr McLennan said PCAC, which has recently undergone an expansion of its facilities, was now offering a large conference room for hire. “There is a multi-purpose space that is available for hire at any time with multimedia presentation facilities and can seat 40 people in comfort. With kitchenette facilities and toilets, any meetings and functions can be catered for by our kitchen for a fee,” he said.