Meet the Epworth Geelong CEO
Geelong local Damian Armour was appointed to the position of CEO of Epworth Geelong in early 2014
Damian’s proven capability and many years of achievements at Epworth, together with his strong links to the Geelong community, positioned him ideally for this role.
Educated in Geelong at St Bernard’s Primary School, St Joseph’s College and Deakin University, Damian joined Epworth HealthCare in June 2007 as the Executive Director, Epworth Freemasons Hospital in East Melbourne.
Prior to arriving at Epworth, Damian spent ten years at Barwon Health, commencing in 1998 as their Chief Information Officer then as the General Manager Surgical Services until 2007. His background in management also includes consulting roles with Arthur Andersen and KPMG. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Company Directors.
With a keen interest in Basketball, Damian represented Geelong in the National Basketball League (1987-89), Big V (1992-96) and the SEABL (1997-98) and then served on their Board as a Director for nine years including as club Chairman from 2001 until 2007. Damian is a Life Member of the Geelong Supercats.
Damian is married to Anita and they have one daughter Makayla. The family are also Cats supporters.
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