The Evergreen Leadership Team are passionate about delivering quality care and support services in a way that supports the dignity, wellbeing and individuality of our residents. The Evergreen Leadership Team is also supported by accomplished Board of Directors and a team of committed and caring health and aged care professional.

Helen Wilson


Helen brings 30 years’ experience across health, aged care and community services, including senior roles in for-purpose, private and government organisations. Her qualifications include an honours degree in Speech Pathology, a master’s degree in Business Administration and she is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Her focus is on the facilitation of excellent customer and business outcomes, with a view to transforming the experience of ageing in our community.

Ann Young

Facility Manager

Ann has over 30 years of experience in health, aged care and community services, in roles such as Director of Nursing, executive and national management positions. 

Her focus has been on governance to ensure compliance and support a standard of care that is consistent with best practice. You will feel her passion for our customers! As a registered nurse Ann holds a Bachelor of Health Science, a Diploma in Project Management and Six Sigma certification, equipping her well for the challenges in our industry.

Roy Soaika

Corporate Services Manager

Roy brings more than 15 years of financial and operations management, auditing and system administration experience across various not for profit organisations which includes tertiary institution, private health insurance and aged care. His qualifications include Master of Commerce (MCom) in Accounting and Finance, Master of Business Administration (MBA), and Bachelor of Science with Bachelor of Business (BSc/BBus) in Information Technology and Accounting. Roy is a member of CPA Australia since 2011. His focus is to build an in-house finance team, and efficient and effective service delivery.

Carly Aliberti

HR Coordinator

Carly Aliberti joined the team as HR Coordinator in February 2019, replacing Nat Martorano. She brings 9 years’ experience in HR and Talent Management and a passion for excellence.

Michelle Croft

Senior Customer Care Officer

Michelle Croft commenced as Customer Care Coordinator in June 2019, managing sales of retirement units and admissions to the residential aged care facility. Michelle has 10 years’ experience in Aged Care, and 5 years in not for profit organisations, in fund raising and service development.

Steve Kane

Maintenance Manager

Steve Kane has worked at Evergreen for 32 years as the Maintenance Manager. Steve and his maintenance team ensure that the Evergreen property is always looking its best.

Debbie Chew

Quality and Compliance Manager

Debbie joined Evergreen Life Care in November 2019 working as the Quality and Compliance manager.

Previously Debbie worked as Manager of Clinical Governance for the Central Coast Local Health District. Debbie has worked in Health for 39 years in a number of Nursing and Managerial positions. Her qualifications include a Master of Applied Management -Health, Post Graduate Certificate of Intensive Care, Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Management, Post Graduate Certificate in Consumer Engagement, Bachelor of Nursing degree and a Certificate in Human Resources.

Debbie is passionate about consumer engagement and ensuring continuous quality improvement.

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Evergreen Life Care is a community based not-for-profit organisation that takes an individual approach to aged care in the Central Coast.

Corona Virus Update
“As the spread of the Corona Virus increases, Evergreen would like to assure you that we are doing everything we can to protect our Community. Advice and recommendations from NSW Health and the Australian Government changes almost daily. We will continue to update our Community by providing individual communication, implementing and updating signage throughout both the Lodge and the Village. A situation such as this can be very stressful and sometimes daunting for everyone. We urge you to stay calm, stay hydrated and nourished, keep up good hand hygiene and keep a distance of 1.5 metres between yourselves. Please also check on your loved ones and neighbours as often as possible, just to make sure they are ok and to see if there is anything you can to do assist. Please refer to the Yallambee Lodge Visitors Guide below for visiting restrictions. We thank you for your patience and cooperation.