Brand Ambassadors

Alastair Lynch

Born in Burnie and raised in Wynyard on Tasmania’s North-West Coast, Alastair Lynch was a former captain and key member of the Brisbane Lions AFL team that won an extraordinary premiership hat-trick

Alastair Lynch

Born in Burnie and raised in Wynyard on Tasmania’s North-West Coast, Alastair Lynch was a former captain and key member of the Brisbane Lions AFL team that won an extraordinary premiership hat-trick in 2001, 2002 and 2003. In 1995, he defied a career-threatening illness when he was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Not only did he manage to return to elite football, but he played some of the best football of his career before deciding to retire in 2004. While still working in the football field as a commentator, Alastair’s passion lies in helping others improve their quality of life and well-being as a director of Healthy Business Performance Group (HBP Group).  HBP Group is a leading corporate Health and Well-being Company that partnered with St.LukesHealth in 2017 to offer a new standard of support for health in the state.

Dr Jess Manuela

Dr Jessica Manuela was recipient of the St.LukesHealth Health and Wellbeing Award in 2017 and was named the Premier’s Tasmanian Young Achiever of the Year at the same event.

Dr Jess Manuela

Dr Jessica Manuela was recipient of the St.LukesHealth Health and Wellbeing Award in 2017 and was named the Premier’s Tasmanian Young Achiever of the Year at the same event. At the age of 26, Dr Manuela opened her own dental clinic, Dental South. She now has two clinics, employs 12 people and cares for more than 400 patients. Dr Manuela’s passion for preventative dental care extends beyond her business by providing oral health education in schools. As a result, she was inspired to develop a cartoon infomercial to try and ensure Tasmanians have equal access to oral health information.

Mitch McPherson

Mitch McPherson was the recipient of the St.LukesHealth Healthier Communities award at the 2016 Tasmanian Young Achiever of the Year awards.

Mitch McPherson

Mitch McPherson was the recipient of the St.LukesHealth Healthier Communities award at the 2016 Tasmanian Young Achiever of the Year awards. He was also named the Premier’s Tasmanian Young Achiever at the same ceremony due to his work in mental illness and youth suicide in Tasmania. Mitch aims to reduce the suicide rate in Tasmania. This is accomplished by speaking with young people to develop their confidence, practical skills and knowledge to ensure that people seek help when they need it.

Georgia Baker

Australian professional cyclist and Olympian Georgia Baker was spotted at a talent identification program when she was 14.

Georgia Baker

Australian professional cyclist and Olympian Georgia Baker was spotted at a talent identification program when she was 14. Her dedication and strength through adversity has won admiration from the cycling fraternity and her fans. In 2017 and at the age of 23, Georgia made an impressive return to the track following a health scare that saw her pull out of a race in the UK and return to Australia to undergo heart surgery. Her discipline resulted in her competing at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018 as well as being captain of the Tasmanian Institute of Sport’s Women’s Team.

Our Provider Network

St.LukesHealth has agreements with a number of medical and allied health providers.
St.LukesHealth has agreements with a number of medical and allied health providers.

Alastair Lynch

Born in Burnie and raised in Wynyard on Tasmania’s North-West Coast, Alastair Lynch was a former captain and key member of the Brisbane Lions AFL team that won an extraordinary premiership hat-trick in 2001, 2002 and 2003. In 1995, he defied a career-threatening illness when he was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Not only did he manage to return to elite football, but he played some of the best football of his career before deciding to retire in 2004. While still working in the football field as a commentator, Alastair’s passion lies in helping others improve their quality of life and well-being as a director of Healthy Business Performance Group (HBP Group).  HBP Group is a leading corporate Health and Well-being Company that partnered with St.LukesHealth in 2017 to offer a new standard of support for health in the state. (THERE IS A VIDEO TO GO WITH THIS)
 

Mitch McPherson

Mitch McPherson was the recipient of the St.LukesHealth Healthier Communities award at the 2016 Tasmanian Young Achiever of the Year awards. He was also named the Premier’s Tasmanian Young Achiever at the same ceremony due to his work in mental illness and youth suicide in Tasmania. Mitch aims to reduce the suicide rate in Tasmania. This is accomplished by speaking with young people to develop their confidence, practical skills and knowledge to ensure that people seek help when they need it. (THERE IS A VIDEO TO GO WITH THIS)


Georgia Baker

Australian professional cyclist and Olympian Georgia Baker was spotted at a talent identification program when she was 14. Her dedication and strength through adversity has won admiration from the cycling fraternity and her fans. In 2017 and at the age of 23, Georgia made an impressive return to the track following a health scare that saw her pull out of a race in the UK and return to Australia to undergo heart surgery. Her discipline resulted in her competing at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018 as well as being captain of the Tasmanian Institute of Sport’s Women’s Team.
 

Dr Jess Manuela

Dr Jessica Manuela was recipient of the St.LukesHealth Health and Wellbeing Award in 2017 and was named the Premier’s Tasmanian Young Achiever of the Year at the same event. At the age of 26, Dr Manuela opened her own dental clinic, Dental South. She now has two clinics, employs 12 people and cares for more than 400 patients. Dr Manuela’s passion for preventative dental care extends beyond her business by providing oral health education in schools. As a result, she was inspired to develop a cartoon infomercial to try and ensure Tasmanians have equal access to oral health information.

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