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NIACC

Northern Inland Aged and Community Care (NIACC)

Background

In 2015 a forum was held with the Not-for-Profit aged and community care providers within the New England region of New South Wales (NSW) to explore collaboration opportunities. After a number of forums meeting and planning sessions a group of six providers from the Northern Inland NSW region came together and formed the NIACC Alliance. The providers are based in Bingara, Coonamble, Denman, Gunnedah, Inverell and Moree in NSW.

One of the core reasons for coming together was to be able to help each other continue to serve their respective local communities through the provision of care for the elderly. With over 450 combined beds plus a geographical coverage of 100,000 square kilometres, the NIACC Alliance has created a large scope within the region to share and pool their collective resources to increase their respective economies of scale while also creating a competitive advantage through their membership with the alliance.

Community Business Australia has been working with the Board and the respective CEOs throughout the process, as well as facilitating with legal, financial and other specialist consultants to assist with the establishment and future planning of the alliance.

Requirements

Coordination of the Alliance working party

Documentation of forums, strategic meeting and board meetings

Facilitation of the Alliance formation

Facilitate Strategic Planning Process

Documentation of Strategic Plan and Alliance reports

Coordination of specialists consultants and their respective reports

Grant application for financial support

Results

Formation of the Northern Inland NSW Aged & Community Care Alliance

Strategic Planning processes developed and implemented

Successful grant application for new alliance

New legal entity formed - NIACC Alliance LTD

Patrick Herd, CBA has worked alongside the NIACC Alliance for almost 2 years, guiding the alliance through the first tentative steps  to the creation of a new company NIACC – Patricks capability to deliver outcomes in a professional and collegiate way has resulted in paving the way for a brighter future for 6 charitable aged care organisations.  Patrick, and his CBA colleagues support has been invaluable during the development phase of the NIACC Alliance and their project management skills, breadth of industry knowledge and commercial approach has made the NIACC journey much easier to travel.  I would have no hesitation in recommending Patrick and CBA services to others

Sue Thomson – Chair, NIACC Alliance