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Zane describes ‘Care First’
Zane McKenzie gives his perspective on our services and what the Mercy Health model of care means for him.
When bridging the age divide is child’s play
The young have joined the young-at-heart at Mercy Place Warrnambool, with students aged three to four from the Good Start Kinder Preschool visiting the local aged care home once a month as part of an intergenerational program. In a program designed to benefit participants young and old, the students sing songs, play games and share…
More people to enjoy Alma’s Garden
Alma’s Garden at Mercy Health Albury is more accessible to patients and their families following the official opening of an access ramp on Wednesday 11 April 2018. Alma’s Garden, named after passionate volunteer Alma Hartley, opened as part of Mercy Health Albury’s 70th birthday celebrations in 2015. “The garden was created for palliative care patients and their…
Mercy Health celebrates Harmony Day with saris and grass skirts
From India to Indonesia and everywhere in between, the dozens of different cultures that make up Mercy Health will be celebrated when the not-for-profit aged care organisation celebrates its cultural heritage next week. Harmony Day, which is held each year on March 21, celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity and promotes values of inclusiveness, respect and a…
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