Kerry Gai Chant PSM is a the chief health officer of New South Wales, Australia know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Partner and Children
|Birthdate ( Age)||Not Known|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
|Marital Status||Not Married Yet|
|Profession||Chief Health Officer at NSW Health|
|Net Worth||$1 million – $2 million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Kerry Gai Chant PSM is a public health physician who has been the chief health officer of New South Wales, Australia, since 2008. She gained prominence during the COVID-19 pandemic providing regular public health advice for New South Wales, a contribution for which she was named the state’s Woman of the Year in March 2021.
Early Life and Family
Chant grew up in Punchbowl, New South Wales.She attended the Danebank Anglican School for Girls, graduating in 1980.She worked in retail jobs and a pharmacy before studying medicine.She attended the University of New South Wales where she completed a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery in 1987, a Master in Health Administration in 1991 and a Master of Public Health in 1995.
Kerry Chant Husband
Kerry Gai Chant not revil anything about her relationship and marital status on social media.She is also concentrating solely on her profession.
Kerry Chant Net Worth
Kerry Gai Chant PSM is a public health physician who has an estimated Net Worth of between $1 million – $2 million in 2021. The earnings listed mainly come from her salary .
Chant has been with the New South Wales Health Department since 1991 working in the areas of virus infections, communicable diseases prevention and control and Indigenous health.She is currently the Deputy Secretary, Population and Public Health and Chief Health Officer.
Prior to this, Chant was Director, Public Health Unit in Sydney South West Area Health Service; Director, Health Protection and Deputy Chief Health Officer. In 2013, she was threatened for advocating fluoridation of the water supply in the City of Lismore.
Currently the NSW Chief Health Officer and Deputy Secretary, Population and Public Health. Interested in blood borne virus infections, communicable diseases prevention and control, and Indigenous health.