CEO Paul Sadler to leave Presbyterian Aged Care after 14 years

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After 14 years as the head of Presbyterian Aged Care (PAC), CEO Paul Sadler has announced he is moving on at the end of March.

During his time as PAC CEO, Mr Sadler oversaw more than a quarter of a billion dollars’ worth of new or redeveloped building projects, a doubling in revenue and a strengthening of internal systems.

He also led a team that helped move PAC toward a more consumer-centred model which helped increase the number of in-home care consumers and tripled retirement living units.

“I’m proud of the transformation achieved during my time at the helm. I also want to thank the PAC senior management team and staff for their commitment, dedication and support,” Mr Sadler said.

The former Chair of Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) said he was leaving the top job at PAC to pursue new career opportunities and looked forward to seeing what his successor achieves.

The PAC Committee has begun the process of locating and hiring a new CEO.

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