Providing Health & Wellbeing Solutions


Our Board

Richard Keeler

Richard Keeler

I am a management consultant with experience in finance, management accounting and software development. I assist small businesses with compliance, building systems around people so they can concentrate on the work they do best. I help with research, financial modelling, strategic and project planning and implementation of change.

I joined the Company in 2008 and have seen a great deal change across that time, including the development of Amity Health as our core business. It is rewarding to be part of such an excellent team.

Ligia Galvez

Ligia Galvez

I am a Rural Procedural General Practitioner working part-time in Mount Barker. I have a special interest in Women and Children’s health as well as Aboriginal Health. After training in rural WA I am very aware of the inequality of access to medical services between metropolitan and rural patients. I am pleased to be involved in Amity Health's work towards equitable access to health services.

Mark Victor

Mark Victor

I was born in South Africa where my interest in medicine began in primary school having witnessed a fellow student suffer an epileptic attack.

Following the completion of my initial training in medicine and a Masters Degree in Family Medicine, I spent some time in rural South Africa. I then spent 18 years in general family practice, before moving to Australia. In 2009 I moved to Albany and I am currently working in private General Practice.

I am passionate about all aspects of family medicine, with particular reference to the holistic approach. My involvement in community medicine is a natural extension of this passion and thus my interest in Amity Health

Trish Ryans-Taylor  - Chairperson

Trish Ryans-Taylor

I was born in England and moved to Australia in 1969. My move to Albany happened in 2006 and I consider it to be one of the best decisions I have ever made. Since 1996 I have worked within the mental health and disability sectors as a research officer, development officer and advocate, and currently work with the Council of Official Visitors (Mental Health) in the Great Southern. I am currently the Southern Aboriginal Corporation’s Family Violence Prevention Legal Service Coordinator. I am also studying for my Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (GDLP) to gain a Legal Practice Certificate. Over the past 15 years I have been involved with a number of boards and committees - WorkLink, Community Legal Association and Great Southern Women. My involvement with these, and now as a Board Member for Amity Health, is one of the best ways I can support my community and ensure good delivery of services.