The driving force behind Quality Health Care is the experience, expertise and commitment of it’s people.

Mr. Brendan Collins

Director & Co-Founder

Brendan has been actively involved in the human services sector for over 25 years, having worked at times in both the Disability and Community Care sectors. Brendan is an experienced senior manager with a strong interest in behaviour support, has held positions on boards in the not-for-profit sector and has experience in the planning and development of community focused programs.

Mr. Danny Collins

Director & Co-Founder

Danny has over 20 years experience in providing services to the Disability and Community Care sectors. Working in this field and in senior management roles has provided Danny with an understanding of what is required to deliver quality care and the importance of maintaining a superior team of support staff. Danny holds a degree in Psychology and Sociology from Sydney University.

Mr. John Kelly

Chief Operating Officer

John is a seasoned senior executive, leader and strategist with a wealth of industry knowledge in operations for the disability and community sectors, both in Australia and Overseas. John has previously held roles of Chief Operating Officer, Director NDIS readiness, Marketing and Communications as well as Acting CEO for large disability providers throughout Sydney. John holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the UK in Adult Education, majoring in Human Resource Management. 

Ms. Natalie Dilworth

Manager - Accommodation Services

Natalie has worked in the disability sector, including accommodation support services for over 12 years. Natalie has held numerous roles including that of Team Leader and Regional Manager – Disabilities, supporting people with an intellectual disability and mental health diagnosis. Natalie’s passion is working with individuals with a trauma history and complex support needs along with a strong focus on human rights, Person Centred Practices and Active Support.

Ms. Tsara Noble

Financial Controller

Tsara has a wealth of accounting experience having worked as a Financial Controller, Financial and Management Accountant for over 20 years. Tsara’s previous experience includes logistics, chartered accountancy practice, health, construction, banking and the motor industry


Mrs. Michelle Miner

Manager - Human Resources

Michelle and has worked across the Human Resources space for the past 9 years, through the Events industry, Corporate Finance and Healthcare sectors. Michelle has held roles including Project Coordination and part of the Events team, Human Resources & Quality Manager, supporting a dynamic staffing pools. Michelle's ethos is to create, support and promote a reflective, strong staff team in the workplace as we move with the needs of the community, and is a keen driver for embracing positive change. Michelle holds a Bachelors of Business Degree from the APM College of Business and Communication


Ms. Katherine McDermott

Manager - Community Care

Katherine has held various roles in the Disability Services Sector for over a decade and with QHC since 2011. She is an experienced Case Manager, Team Leader of accommodation services and vocal advocate for client rights through her expertise in person centered service delivery and training. Katherine holds a Higher National Diploma in Health and Social Care from Ireland, and has gained a 2:1 Honours Degree in Applied Social Studies.


Mr. Luke Ireland

Senior Psychologist

Luke has worked across Sydney in a variety of Health and Community services for the past 12 years. Luke’s front line experience in disability support, marginalised youth and at risk mental health work has shaped his Psychological practice over time to reflect a balanced, understanding and respectful approach to counselling. Luke actively utilises evidence based approaches to guide his practice and is a keen advocate for Person Centred Care. Luke became a Registered Psychologist in 2010 and holds a Bachelor of Science (Psychology Major) and Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology from Wollongong University (UOW).

Ms. Amy Thomas

Senior Psychologist

Amy began her career working in the Disability Sector as a Disability Support Worker for many years. Amy graduated from the University of Wollongong (UOW) with a Graduate Diploma of Professional Psychology, a Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts with majors in Politics and Psychology. Amy has experience providing psychotherapies to clients within a variety of settings. She also completed clinical placements through an Out of Home Care service, where she supported children and young people with trauma histories.