Walter Kmet has over 25 years’ experience in healthcare and human services in Australia, South East Asia and the United Kingdom. Walter’s experience spans a variety of organisational situations in the private, not for profit and public sectors.
Walter’s current role is as CEO of WentWest, the Western Sydney Primary Health Network, a leader in Patient Centred Medical Home and Integrated Care developments in Australia.
Walter has qualified for a Bachelor of Commerce and Graduate Diploma in Health Services Management from the University of Newcstle, a Master of Business and Technology from the University of NSW, Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has an appointment as Adjunct Associate Professor with Western Sydney University.
Walter is a Board Member of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, a Member of the NSW Ambulance Advisory Council, Co-Chair of the Western Sydney Partnership Advisory Council and Chair of the Western Sydney Aboriginal Health Collaborative.