FORMER REDHS board president Tim Fulton was recognised for his invaluable contribution to the health service with a Life Governorship last week.
It was a fitting reward for Mr Fulton, who completed his third term with the organisation in June.
During his 10 years of service, he served as board president from 2013 to 2015 and board vice president from 2015 to 2017.
REDHS deputy chair David Rosaia said this year the board has awarded Life Governorships to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the health service.
“Tim’s vast knowledge and expertise in accounting and financial services was invaluable during his time on the REDHS board and Audit and Finance Committee,” he said.
“Tim had a desire to get the best possible outcome and the best value from the REDHS budget.”
Mr Fulton was presented his governorship at REDHS’s annual general meeting.