Also in this partnership wrap: Alliance formed to bridge gap between clinical and legal compliance.
Expansions, mergers, acquisitions
Also in this story: Two senior housing developments underway in Victoria; Benetas begins works on $27 million Heidelberg facility; and WA community care duo merge.
Also, in this story: Calvary enters SA residential aged care sector; Baptcare’s $96 million aged care project gets underway; and TLC awards contracts for major upgrade project.
Also in this story: Anglican Care picks up an independent facility in Bulahdelah, St Catherine’s residents move in to new Bathurst facility; and Australian Unity opens Glen Waverley aged and retirement living facility.
Also in this story: Bethanie opens co-located aged and retirement living facility; Resthaven and Eureka Villages partner in SA; and Uniting redevelopment in Normahurst gets underway.
Also: HammondCare receives approval for new dementia village; and BaptistCare formally opens new Kellyville facility.
RSL Care + RDNS has added a retirement village and a home care service in NSW plus a mental health team in South Australia, further expanding its portfolio of properties and services.
Mercy Health and Southern Cross Care Victoria have confirmed they are in talks over a possible merger, which could result in the largest aged care provider in Victoria.
Dementia and high care specialists Group Homes Australia has entered into a partnership with a property fund manager in a deal that aims to almost quadruple its number of care homes in three years.
Three Perth-based not-for-profit providers have announced they will form a new organisation to provide a one-stop shop for home and community services to their collective client base.
In this story: Resthaven gets green light for Aberfoyle Park; ECH opens new respite centre; IRT opens Woodlands development; Blue Care opens Townsville centre; Masonic Care Queensland sells facility to St Vincent’s Care Services.
IRT plans new co-located care centre; Aveo unveils plans for major vertical retirement community; Darwin centre gets $15 million makeover; Juniper builds new service hub.
Life Care continues program of new stock; PAC plans major refit of Ashleigh Lodge; Baptcare opens Strathalan facility; and Benetas opens doors to St Paul’s Terrace.
New ethno-specific aged care services and community-based programs are among the expansion plans for the new organisation resulting from a merger between Victorian providers DutchCare and New Hope Foundation.