15 Bon Street
Alexandra VIC 3714

Phone: 03 5770 2100
Fax: 03 5772 2360




  • Chair, Lawrence ‘Larry’ Fallon
  • Member, Alex Chernov
  • Member, Stephen Costley
  • Member, Anthony ‘Tony’ Pammer
  • Member, Margaret Baker
  • Member, Rod Sloan
  • Ex-officio Member, Bishop John Parks, the Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Wangaratta
Kellock Lodge is governed by a Board of Management. On behalf of the Members the Board is responsible for:
  • Setting the strategic direction of the organisation and monitoring its implementation by the Chief Executive Officer and senior team
  • Monitoring the organisation’s performance against key performance indicators, including clinical care and financial indicators
  • Monitoring the organisation’s compliance with relevant legislative requirements and ensure this is appropriately documented
  • Making decisions on the basis of its documented governance policies and procedures as contained in the Board’s governance system.
The Board of Kellock Lodge places a high value on:
  • Providing quality residential care in a homely environment
  • Continuing as a ‘Not for Profit’ organisation servicing and participating in the community
  • Providing programs of choice for residents to continue voluntary personal development as a valued member of society
  • Maintaining quality staff with skills appropriate to the level of care required
  • Providing staff and residents with a secure and safe environment
  • Fully embracing concepts of quality assurance – management commitment, education resources and leadership


The Board of Management employs a Chief Executive Officer/Director of Nursing to lead and manage the organisation’s operations, including the implementation of the strategic direction determined by the Board of Management.

CEO/Director of Nursing: Jo Cavill

Manager Clinical Care: Di Frankel

Clinical Care Co ordinator: Laurel Mitchell

Manager Hotel Services: Greg Marthick

Kellock Lodge Alexandra Inc is an organisation owned by the Anglican Diocese of Wangaratta. This is given effect by the Bishop in Council being the majority Members of the incorporated association and the Trustees being the approved provider under the Aged Care Act 1997.