Independence and transparency
The purpose of our business is:
To optimize the quality of life for our clients and their families living with a catastrophic injury.
Although we are client focused and demand a fair and equitable outcome, we are pragmatic and understand that resources are finite.
However, we believe that clients are entitled to reasonable resources to gain independence and to this end we are deeply committed.
In doing so we ensure that resources are applied where they will have their greatest impact.
Catastrophic Injury Management has two directors offering unique but synergistic services:
Natasha Mackay-Coghill (RN)
Natasha is a Registered Nurse with extensive intensive care experience.
For the last 16 years, Natasha has worked in neonatal intensive care and has vast experience with ventilated patients.
Her largest asset is her unique understanding of acute health care settings and the resources required for acute care management.
Natasha also works as a respiratory clinical research nurse. Her research has helped instill a practical and ‘systems approach’ to her management style.
Graham Mackay-Coghill (MPhty, MHM)
With over 20 years' experience, Graham is a highly qualified physiotherapist with a Masters in both Physiotherapy and Health Management.
His comprehensive academic and clinical expertise provide a unique set of skills in this very specialised health care sector.
Graham has a sound understanding of clinical governance and risk management processes and applications, evidence based decision making, ethics and law as it pertains to the health care sector, and leadership and strategic planning skills.
Everyone who’s suffered a catastrophic injury deserves fair and reasonable access to the resources required to improve their quality of life.
We are deeply committed
to helping people who have suffered a catastrophic injury and will leave no stone unturned to improve their quality of life.
We understand that resources are finite, so we go to great lengths to ensure they’re applied where they will have the greatest impact.
We appreciate the sacrifices placed on families coping with a catastrophic injury and the importance of their dynamic roles. Our strategic thinking is thus framed around the family unit.