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Mercy Place Parkville is a stunning new retirement community offering high, low and dementia-specific residential care. It incorporates the architecturally designed Mercy Place Apartments, a community hub with activity spaces, shops and services, and an aged care residence catering for people needing higher levels of care and support.
Mercy Place Parkville caters for 140 people with low and high care needs and offers dementia specific care. The residence is the central to the surrounding aged care community, which includes 52 independent living Apartments. We care for people physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually and aim to make each day the best day possible for you. A Registered Nurse Division 1 is on site 24 hours so your clinical care needs can be met. We provide continuing care for your changing needs, so you can remain in your new home.
Our lifestyle coordinator runs a program of activities that includes outings, concerts, indoor bowls, gardening, craft groups, cooking, and more.
Select the Services tab for services offered at Mercy Place Parkville.
1 Willam Street, Parkville Vic 3052Located near Brunswick Rd, exit off Tullamarine Freeway Citilink(Melway map 29 B10)
1 Willam Street, Parkville Vic 3052Located near Brunswick Rd, exit off Tullamarine Freeway Citilink(Melway map 29 B10).
Mercy Place Parkville Apartments is a secure apartment complex with a ground floor common area and 4th floor Club Lounge. Guests to the apartment building are welcome to use these facilities accompanied by an apartment resident. To access the building, please use the intercom system located at the foyer entrance. There is also a visitor’s car park for use by guests to the left of the foyer entrance. To access the visitor’s car park, please use the intercom system at the car park entrance.
Mercy Place Parkville has made a huge impact on the local community, bringing to the area not only a beautiful building but a kiosk hairdresser and massage therapist this is in the area known as the community hub, purposely designed to bring the community in. The chapel the heart of Mercy Place Parkville provides an opportunity for family and residents to seek spiritual solace, a place for reflection.
Parking: Limited street parking
Reflective places Mercy Place Parkville has several quiet, reflective nooks and a beautiful chapel designed for quiet time, reflection and meditation as well as formal services. Residents, visitors and employees are welcome to take time out in these reflective places. Mercy Place services Catholic services
• Mass is held on Wednesdays at 11am • Communion service weekly • Regular Mass of Anointing
• Regular visits and communion services offered by St John’s Anglican Parish West Brunswick The chapel is available for services, gatherings and Mass. Arrangements can be made through the Pastoral Care Associate
Please click here to make an enquiry using the Mercy Health contact us form.
Event: 23 April 2013
The Victorian Government has committed to funding a new mental health facility at Werribee Mercy Hospital.
Event: June 2013
To find out more about our graduate programs please come along to our information evening.
28 March 2013
On Saturday 1 June, 2013 Mercy Health will host the annual Mercy Health Foundation Ball at the prestigious Plaza Ballroom, below the regent Theatre on Collins Street in Melbourne. Buy your tickets now!
Event: 21 April 2013
Considering a career in nursing? Come and chat to us this Sunday, 21 April at the ACN Nursing and Health Expos.
27 February 2013
Mercy Health is a proud participant of the Healthy Families, Healthy Smiles program.
15 February 2013
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Event: 20 February 2013
On the 20 February Mercy Hospital For Women will host Twilight Seminar on "Bubs, Boobs and Bugs". A panel of experts will be present to answer questions from the audience. Bookings are open now!
18 January 2013
Judy Harris, Mercy Palliative Care volunteer, wins Star News Volunteer of the Year award for her work in palliative care and her local RSL branch.
29 November 2012
This year’s Mercy Health Year in Review and Quality and Care Year in Review reports are now online.
Event: 25 October 2012
Today Mercy Health held an official ceremony to acknowledge the commencement of construction of the Rehabilitation and Geriatric Medicine Service at Werribee Mercy Hospital.
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