Spiro Stavis becomes permanent CEO of St Basil’s NSW/ACT

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St Basil’s NSW/ACT has announced the permanent appointment of Spiro Stavis as their Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Stavis has worked for the organisation for six years and has been the interim CEO over the last 18 months. In a press release, St Basil’s said the permanent appointment will enable Stavis to “continue the vital role of leading the organisation to deliver quality aged care services.”

Chairman of St Basil’s Board of Directors, James Jordan, said: “In the last 18 months as interim CEO, Spiro was instrumental in driving the development of St Basils’ five-year pathway as outlined in the organisation’s strategic plan with a person-centred approach and the ageing community at the heart of it.”

CEO of St Basil’s NSW & ACT, Spiro Stavis.

Jordan praised Stavis for leading a restructure of the organisation and his most recent introduction of an ‘Emotional Wellbeing for Older People’ program.

The Chairman went on to say that Stavis had also “obtained grant funding for new HR and Governance systems to support the operational aspects of our services, and invested in improved infection control measures and planning for the ultimate health and safety of residents.”

“I am confident that he will continue to drive the St Basil’s team on its current trajectory to fulfil its mission of delivering quality services to support individual needs of ageing Australians including Greek Australians,” Jordan concluded.

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