The Health Care Consumers’ Association of the ACT is an incorporated association.
The Association is governed and controlled by the Executive Committee which is elected by the membership in accordance with the Constitution at the Annual General Meeting.
The Executive Committee:
- Is responsible for the governance and strategic leadership of the organisation and making sure each area of HCCA is working towards achieving the aims and objectives of the Constitution of the HCCA.
- is accountable to members, funders and stakeholders and tasked with ensuring that HCCA will meet the objectives set in the Constitution and Strategic Plan.
- ensures compliance with legal requirements and ethical standards.
- reflects the core value of our members
The Executive Committee is comprised of a President, Vice President, Treasurer and six (6) ordinary members . Executive Committee members are appointed for a two (2) year term and cannot serve for more than three consecutive terms. They meet eight times per year.
The Executive Director plays a key role supporting the Executive Committee, acting on their decisions and reporting on how HCCA is meeting its objectives.
To know more about each of our Executive Committee members, you can read their Executive Committee profiles.
The Constitution, which you can read on our Constitution page, was last updated in 2021. The Executive Committee reviews the Constitution annually to ensure it reflects the governance of the Association.
Strategic Plan 2021 – 2024
Our Strategic Plan is available on the Strategic Plan 2021 – 2024 page.
Our Annual Reports from 2006 to 2021 are available on our annual reports page.
HCCA is a health promotion charity and is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ANCN).
Last updated: 30/3/2022