With 12 years experience as a registered nurse
I am a cancer survivor and a champion of the Healthcare Tech startup movement in Australia.
It wasn’t until I spent time on the other side of the hospital bed, as a patient, during my cancer treatment, that I realised there was something deeply disturbing going on behind closed doors within the Australian healthcare industry.
After my complaints about serious clinical problems were dismissed out of hand, I decided to dedicate my time to starting a movement – bringing greater transparency and education to the public about Australia’s dated, and secretive health industry.
And so, Wikihospitals was born. With inspiration drawn from other ‘wiki’ community sites, Wikihospitals doesn’t just deliver content. It’s a community where patients and Healthcare Tech startups can connect with one another, and access research, industry news and information.
Wikihospitals is on a mission to disrupt the health care sector, providing greater transparency to the public about what goes on behind closed doors, whilst educating Australians about alternative solutions for treatment.
Freedom of speech
Respect for differing points of view
Open, rational debate
Christian values of caring for the vulnerable and encouraging them to succeed and thrive.