Former Primary boss found guilty of falsifying books

Peter Gregg faces four years in jail for criminal conduct in previous role with construction firm

Former Primary Health Care CEO Peter Gregg could face up to four years in prison after being found guilty of falsifying documents in a previous role.


Mr Gregg, a former Qantas executive, was brought in to run bulk-billing corporate Primary — now known as Healius — in 2015 following the death of its founder Dr Edmund Bateman.

But he was forced to step down less than two years into the role after being accused of falsifying entries in the books of construction giant Leighton Holdings while he was chief financial officer of the company in 2011.