Mr Sadler says it felt like the right time to leave and let someone else take the organisation to the next stage of growth and development.
"I want to thank the Presbyterian Church in NSW and the Presbyterian Aged Care Committee for allowing me the privilege to serve this extraordinary organisation for the past 14 years," says Mr Sadler.
"I’m proud of the transformation achieved during my time at the helm. I also want to thank the PAC senior management team and staff for their commitment, dedication and support."
Under Mr Sadler's leadership, PAC has seen a significant change in process, a quarter of a billion dollars of new or redeveloped building projects, a doubling in PAC revenue, strengthened internal systems, and promotion of PAC profile and reputation in the aged care industry.
Mr Sadler also led a team to revamp PAC to be more consumer-centred with a significant increase in home care consumers and a trebling of retirement living units, while also rationalising and upgrading residential care services.
General Manager of the Presbyterian Church of Australia in NSW and Chairman of PAC, Jeoffrey Falls, acknowledged the outstanding contribution that Mr Sadler made to the organisation.
"Paul will be leaving a proud legacy and one that positions PAC well in the aged care sector for the future," says Mr Falls.
The PAC Committee has begun the process of locating and hiring a new CEO.
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