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Montrose will be known as Northcott from 1 January 2024

Our Team


People are what make Montrose such an exciting and passionate organisation. Over many years we’ve always had outstanding leadership and benefited from the insights of our patron, board, executive leadership and an amazing team of therapists and support staff.

At Montrose the people and families we assist can be assured we are all working together to achieve the same goals. Our friendly and experienced teams provide a ‘one-stop shop’ of services to people with physical disabilities, neuromuscular conditions, developmental delay and autism.

To meet your local team, please click on your closest Montrose centre here.

Our Patron

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Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young AC PSM, Governor of Queensland

Our Board

Liz Forsth

Liz Forsyth

Liz is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Northcott. She is a Director of The SpineCare Foundation, Northcott Innovation Ltd and Northcott Therapy ACT Pty Ltd. Liz is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. 

Andrew Kew

Andrew Kew 

Andrew is the Chief Operations Officer at Northcott. Andrew has extensive experience in health, aged care and children’s services, having held senior positions at HammondCare, Jewish Home and Anglican Retirement Villages. Andrew has also held Board positions at Thorndale Foundation and C3 Church Carlingford. 

Pat Buick

Pat Buick

Pat is the Head of Operational Excellence at Northcott. Pat’s career has encompassed managing change in the private radiology sector, working at St. Vincent’s and Mater Health Sydney prior to joining Northcott as Head of therapy. Pat has completed a Masters of Business Administration. 

Montrose Advisory Committee

The Montrose Advisory Committee (MAC) is comprised of individuals with a current or past association with Montrose. All members have lived experience — either living with disability or caring for their children who live with disability. The MAC members are passionate about advocacy, making things better for people with disability and providing advice around all things sector and NDIS related.

The MAC meet quarterly and provide the following contributions in a range of areas:

  • Identify modifications and/or improvements to better align policies and processes with the expectations of people living with disability, or carers of those with a disability.
  • Provide feedback to Montrose regarding the improvement and design of services and projects that relate to clients.
  • Help inform the advocacy work that our CEO Kerrie Mahon performs as part of various committees and Ability First Australia. This means that the MAC has an influencing voice when major changes are happening within the NDIA and disability sector.


You can access Montrose Physio, OT and Speech Pathology using TeleTherapy

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Can We Help?

Talk to one of our friendly support staff on:

1800 193 362

Or visit one of our Queensland support centres

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