The Inner East Primary Care Partnership (IEPCP) is funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services to improve the health and wellbeing of the communities of Boroondara, Manningham, Monash and Whitehorse.
Our energetic, skilled and knowledgeable team supports partner agencies across Melbourne’s Inner East to improve the coordination of services, the management of chronic illnesses and health promotion (preventative health). We work by providing advice on best practice and identifying opportunities to link partner agencies together to improve care and promote health.
Sharing values with our partners and with a mission to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for our communities is paramount to our success. Meet the team making it happen.
Executive Officer[email protected]
Tracey joined the IEPCP in 2017 and has career history in strategic & catchment based service planning, integrated population health planning, health promotion, and community development. Tracey has worked in leadership roles in Community Health Services, Local Government, NGOs, and the Community Legal Service sectors facilitating integrated planning, health policy, advocacy and establishing and managing community based programs. These have included areas such as Family Violence Prevention, Place based Community Planning, Alcohol harm minimisation, Food Security, Housing affordability, and Consumer Advocacy. Tracey has also been a sessional lecturer in Consumer Science, Community Development, Financial Counselling, Welfare, & Justice Studies. Tracey’s specialties are Strategic Planning, Partnerships, and Capacity Building.
Tracey has a Master of Social Science in Policy and Human Services Management, from RMIT, and a Bachelor of Arts in Community Development from Deakin. Tracey also has an Associate Diploma of Community Services (Financial Counselling) and Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment.
When not at work Tracey supports a Timor-Leste friendship group, and enjoys swimming and documentary films.
Executive and Program Support Officer[email protected]
Belinda joined the team at IEPCP in February 2019 to support our team across all areas of our business with her vast experience and organisational skills.
Having previously held a broad range of roles within both small and large organisations, Belinda has gained an extensive range of skills to address the support needs of the team at IEPCP. Some of these skills include the advanced ability in Microsoft Office, excellent organisation skills and seamless event coordination.
Her diverse role includes administration, event organisation and website maintenance and she brings strong customer service and organisational skills to the role.
Primary Prevention Coordinator[email protected]
Bonnie is undertaking a secondment as the Primary Prevention Coordinator at IEPCP and joined the team in 2020. Bonnie comes to IEPCP from one of our partner agencies, Access Health and Community, where she was part of the health promotion team for 3 years. Bonnie has experience working in the health sector in a range of roles, including; community development, health promotion and volunteer coordination in rural Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne.
Bonnie holds a Bachelor of Health Sciences from Deakin University, where she majored in Health Promotion and Physical Activity and Health.
Coordinator - Research & Evaluation
Active Healthy Ageing Adviser - EMR[email protected]
When Sharon joined the IEPCP in January 2015 as the Integrated Care Coordinator, the aged care and disability reforms were well underway, seeing the focus of the role move away from Service Coordination and Integrated Chronic Disease Management.
With Sharon’s experience in working with older people from diverse backgrounds, her role now has a focus on healthy ageing, dementia friendly communities, elder abuse, codesign and supporting practitioners working with older people.
Prior to 2015, Sharon worked at the Migrant Information Centre (MIC), Eastern Region for 9 years with various roles which involved grant writing, project planning and delivery, policy development, delivering training, network facilitation, and direct client support. The focus of this work was on improving access to services for older people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Sharon has also worked at Melbourne University, the Department of Health, and the Brotherhood of St Laurence.
Sharon has a Bachelor of Arts from Ballarat and a Masters of Social Policy & Planning from Charles Sturt University.
Sharon is a committed daily exerciser and enjoys taking time out for pilates and yoga and planning her next holiday.
Access & Inclusion Coordinator[email protected]
Kate joined IEPCP in May 2019, as Program Support Coordinator.
Kate has extensive experience in the community health sector, most recently with Link Health & Community, where she had worked for the past four years. At Link, Kate’s role involved research, planning and strategy. This included program and service planning, undertaking research into community health and wellbeing needs, and networking with agencies and communities in Melbourne’s east and south-east to build relationships, understand community perspectives and improve responsiveness to community needs. As a community planning consultant, Kate has provided program support across a wide range of community health programs, including community mental health, alcohol and other drugs, early childhood intervention services, carer support and aged care programs.
Kate has a Master’s degree in Social Science (International Development) from RMIT and an honours Arts degree in urban geography from Monash University.
Manager Integrated Planning[email protected]
Dr. Sue Rosenhain is the IEPCP’s Manager for Integrated Planning. She has a background in physiotherapy and health promotion, holding a PhD, Bachelor of Applied Science and a Graduate Diploma in Health Promotion and Health Education. She has worked in a range of health and community service settings which have enabled her to pursue roles that reflect a social model of health, contribute to reducing inequities, promote continuous quality improvement and involve the community and other stakeholders in decision making.