Michael Malakonas resigns as CEO of Fronditha Care

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Mr Michael Malakonas has resigned as Chief Executive Officer of Fronditha Care with immediate effect.

The Board thanked Mr Malakonas for his service to the organisation for the past 15 months and wished him success in his future endeavours.

The Board has commenced the recruitment process to appoint a new Chief Executive Officer to guide their organisation to future success.

“During this time of transition, the Board has every confidence that together with the senior leadership team and all our staff, we will continue to deliver on our mission and maintain our primary focus, on the care of our elderly,” a statement from Fronditha Care reads.

“Please be assured that there will be no disruption to the care provision of our residents and care- recipients across residential and community care services in Victoria and NSW.”

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