Our people

Partnering with the iHealth team

A great organisation starts with a great culture facilitated by great people. We are passionate about supporting our staff to become leaders and about recruiting people who want to make a difference. We recognise that an effective organisation relies on supportive relationships, clear communication, defined responsibilities and accountability.  

We’ve learn a lot over the last 20 years and we’ve done so by listening to our patients, our colleagues and our partners. We are continuing to learn and are actively seeking new staff to work with us so that we can learn to do better together.

Each iHealth Centre brings together a multidisciplinary team of clinicians to serve their community and support their patients to achieve optimal health. This includes doctors, allied health, nursing, visiting specialists and admin teams.

Snapshot on Our Founder Associate Professor Dr Jared Dart

PhD eHealth 2002-05
GP + Practice Owner
Researcher + Entrepreneur
CEO/CMO
GP Advocate
Digital Health Expert
$15M GP Super Clinics
  • Associate Professor, Authored successful funding applications
  • Developed clinical, commercial, IM/IT model
  • Established not for profit UQ HealthCare Ltd as Academic
  • Multidisciplinary Centres of Excellence
$2.5M
NHMRC CRE
  • Chief Investigator
  • Primary Secondary Care Interface
  • How to leverage the role of GPs with special interests to improve access, efficiency and patient outcomes
Management Consultant
  • 3rd hire Telstra Health; eHealth Adoption McKinsey & Co
  • Philips – Hospital to Home Medical Lead
  • Short list Major Private Health Insurer CMO (declined opportunity)
Founder Welio.com


Key publications

Dart, J. n=1 Challenges and opportunities to improve patient care. Australian Health Review 2007 31 (4): 510-514.

Dart J, Gallois C, and Yellowlees P. Community health information sources –a survey in three disparate communities. Australian Health Review 2008.

Dart, J. The internet as a source of health information in three disparate communities. Australian Health Review 2008.

Dart, J. Community desires of an online health information strategy. Australian Health Review 2011.

J Dart, C Jackson, H Chenery, Shaw and D Wilkinson Meeting local complex health needs by building the capacity of general practice: the UQ GP Super Clinic model. Medical Journal of Australia 2010; 193 (2): 86-89.

A Banbury, L Parkinson, S Nancarrow, J Dart, L Gray, J Buckley. Multi-site videoconferencing for home-based education of older people with chronic conditions: the Telehealth Literacy Project. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2014; 20 (7): 353-359

Mitchell, G, Burridge, L, Zhang, J, Donald, M, Scott, I, Dart, J and Jackson, C. (2015) A systematic review of integrated models of health care delivered at the primary-secondary interface: what determines effectiveness?. Australian Journal of Primary Health