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Who are we?

We may be in the business of software development, but at our heart is an intrinsic and practical knowledge of the issues faced by healthcare practitioners. Unlike some of our competitors, we’ve gained this through many years of working in pathology labs and other healthcare establishments across Australia.

Read more about our management team:

Glen Kleidon, Senior Software Engineer
Kerrie Robbins, System Integration Specialist

Glen Kleidon

Glen Kleidon, Senior Software Engineer Glen’s first commercial application – a computer game for the Commodore 64 – was published in 1985 before he’d even gone to university.

Some 12 years later, while working as a cytotechnologist at Townsville Pathology Laboratory, he developed the AutoScan Imaging System for Pathology Laboratories. The system is still in use today.

Glen joined LRS in 1990 to work on EQuery – the first internet based secure messaging system used by a pathology laboratory – developed in response to spiralling X400 service costs. Since then, EQuery has evolved into AllTalk.

Glen has a Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology, certificates of Technology for the Australian Society of Cytology and the International Academy of Cytology, a Graduate Diploma of Education and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Computing.

Kerrie RobbinsKerrie Robbins, System Integration Specialist Previously the Pathology IT Manager at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne, Kerrie is an experienced medical laboratory scientist and has extensive experience managing IT implementations in the hospital environment.

The rest of the team Our team at LRS Health is a growing team of talented individuals with extensive experience in the healthcare industry.

Many of our staff have been with us for over ten years, which isn’t just an indication of the great working environment we have: It demonstrates our shared commitment to the development of a suite of products that makes a genuine difference to healthcare professionals in Australia.

We believe in putting our clients first and developing our products in line with the needs of practicing clinicians – not the assumptions of software developers.

And that means we all pull together. [back to top]

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