The Greengate Team
Greengate is a privately run company established in 2005. We create quality accommodation and care options for seniors, offering independent and assisted retirement living plus 24-hour aged care in all of our communities.
We are hands-on through the entire value creation process, from identifying the best locations to the planning, design, sales and marketing, and ongoing management of the village and aged care home. Our team brings together a wealth of experience from backgrounds in architecture, development, management, hospitality and clinical aged care.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is a mix of original founding shareholders and other non-executives.
Andrew Sweeney, Howard Smith and Matthew Fisher came together in 2005 with an innovative vision of creating integrated care communities. After over ten years as executive directors creating a number of vibrant new communities, they are now focused on non-executive governance and direction of the Greengate Group.
John Russell is a non-executive director, represents the Myer Family Company's shareholding in Greengate.
Peter Hodgson is the independent Chairperson, having previously served on the Board as the non-executive director.
Ralph Warburton is the CEO of Greengate.
Meet the Team
Greengate's team incorporates a variety of skills to ensure a customer centric care philosophy is implemented across all of our villages. Meet some of our team.
Chief Executive Officer
With over 12 years’ experience supporting the transformation of aged care support, Ralph is passionate about improving the quality and supply of supportive housing for Australian seniors. Ralph is committed to a sustainable growth model of building more villages to meet the significant upcoming undersupply of aged care and retirement homes in our community.
Chief Operating Officer
Paul has worked in aged care for seven years and brings a range of commercial experience to the role at St Luke’s Green. His focus is on developing an organisational culture that delivers excellent care outcomes for residents and their families whilst ensuring staff are valued in their roles.