We care for people at every stage of life

Our mission

Our mission – to bring God’s mercy to those in need – is our reason for being; why exist. It is supported by our values, the behaviours we aspire to demonstrate every day in our quest to care for those in need.

Our mission
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Our values

Our values of compassion, hospitality, respect, innovation, stewardship and teamwork guide us in all that we do.

Our values
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Our history

Learn about the founding of the Sisters of Mercy, the emergence of the Order in Australia and the evolution of Mercy Health as the modern face of the Mercy ministry in health, aged care and community services.

Our history
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Research

Supported by Mercy Health's rich culture of innovation, our research communities are gaining worldwide recognition for their life-changing discoveries and promising research programs.

Research
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Careers

Find out more about working with Mercy Health.

Careers

Our values in action

Zane describes ‘Care First’

Zane McKenzie gives his perspective on our services and what the Mercy Health model of care means for him.

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Latest news

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A new protein to predict pregnancies at risk of stillbirth

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Stillbirth is a devastating tragedy that claims 1 in every 130 pregnancies in Australia. This means that every single day, 6-7 families lose their baby to stillbirth. One of the leading causes of stillbirth is a poorly functioning placenta; the life support system that provides oxygen and nutrients to a growing baby.  The first sign…

A new protein to predict pregnancies at risk of stillbirth
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Palliative Care Volunteer support workers required

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Mercy Health Albury Palliative Care is seeking interest from new volunteer support workers to join its 2020 team. Volunteers are chosen for their warmth and understanding, emotional maturity, acceptance of others and ability to respect confidentiality. Volunteers come from all walks of life, are of either gender, and come from various paid and unpaid backgrounds….

Palliative Care Volunteer support workers required
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Seventy-eight graduates start their nursing and midwifery journey

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New graduate nursing and midwifery students start their careers across Mercy Health

Seventy-eight graduates start their nursing and midwifery journey

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Donate to the Mercy Health Foundation

You can help support Mercy Health initiatives such as the Mercy Health Breastmilk Bank, our Urgent Need Appeal, and research that improves health outcomes for people in need.

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Providing feedback

We value feedback from the people we care for, including from your families, friends, carers, and the broader community. Find out how to register a concern, complaint or compliment, or make a suggestion for improvement at Mercy Health.

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Latest news

Read the latest from Mercy Health, including what we’re doing in the community, information on general health developments, and other news from around our organisation.

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