Vice-Regal Patronage Continues

Vice-Regal Patronage Continues

Better Hearing Australia has welcomed Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young PSM Governor of Queensland as Patron of the organisation.

This continues a tradition of vice-regal patronage by the Queensland Governor for BHA Brisbane.

Her Excellency was sworn in as the 27th Governor of Queensland on 1 November 2021 after a six-year role as Queensland’s Chief Health Officer. During this time Dr Young had responsibility for leading the State’s preventative health and public health agendas, including response to public health emergencies.

It is because of this background we are especially excited to welcome Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young PSM as Patron of our organisation. We have already had the distinct pleasure of meeting with the Governor and look forward to a fruitful relationship during Her Excellency’s time as Governor of Queensland.

BHA would like to thank our previous Queensland Governor Paul De Jersey for his patronage of the organisation during his tenure.

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In Appreciation

We gratefully acknowledge the support of our Patron Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young PSM Governor of Queensland.

Many thanks to our financial supporters:
Queensland Health and Department of Communities.

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Better Hearing Australia Brisbane, Inc
433 Logan Road, Stones Corner, QLD 4120
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433 Logan Road, Stones Corner, QLD 4120

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Phone: (07) 3844 5065
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