South Australia State Branch

 

State Branch Calendar South Australia 2022

Meetings are held face to face and via videoconference @ 5.30 pm
Venue: The Ostomy Association of South Australia, 1 Keele Place, Kidman Park.
Please forward queries to the secretary: stomaltherapysa@gmail.com

AGM – 23rd February 2022

AASTN South Australia Executive Bios

Amanda McGee – Adelaide

AASTN South Australia President

Amanda completed her Bachelor of Nursing at the University of South Australia in 2009. In 2012, she completed her Stomal Therapy Nursing Graduate Certificate and has worked as a stomal therapy nurse since. Amanda joined the Colorectal Surgery in 2017 where she works privately for 9 colorectal surgeons. Amanda also runs a twice a month stomal therapy clinic at the Ostomy of South Australia. A big highlight in Amanda’s career was in 2019 when she was offered the opportunity to share her stomal therapy skills volunteering in the Solomon Islands.

08 8267 3355

Colorectal Surgery

142 Ward St, North Adelaide SA 5006

Amanda Jones

AASTN South Australia Treasurer

Lynda Staruchowicz - Adelaide

AASTN South Australia Education and Professional Development Representative

Lynda has worked at the Royal Adelaide Hospital Stomal Therapy Department for more than 20 years. She has a particular interest in faecal incontinence and was awarded the SA Premiers Prize in 2014 to travel to visit St Marks Hospital in London to work in the continence clinic there. Lynda has a Master of Nursing in Continence Management and a Master of Clinical Science in Evidence Based Health Care. She currently assists the editor of the Journal of Stomal Therapy Australia.

(08) 7074 1963

Associate Nurse Unit Manager
Stomal Therapy Department
Royal Adelaide Hospital
Port Road, Adelaide

Lisa Naeher - Adelaide

AASTN South Australia Education and Professional Development Representative

Lisa works at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital as the Stomal Therapy / Urology Nurse Consultant. Lisa has a keen interest in improving the lives of children with stomas and continence issues. Lisa believes nursing is a very privileged occupation, especially caring for children and families at vulnerable stages in their life. Being support for the patients/families and making a small difference is what Lisa finds rewarding.

(08) 8161 7000 | pager 4099 | 0466 432 571

Women’s and Children’s Hospital
King William Road, North Adelaide

Rebecca Fisher

AASTN South Australia Secretary

Amy Hunter

Executive Committee Member