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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.
Aged care residents encouraged to dream big
A lap in a V8 race car, Andre Rieu concert tickets and a deep sea fishing trip are just some of the items waiting to be ticked off the bucket lists of Mercy Health aged care residents and home care clients. The Mercy Health Foundation Ball on Saturday 26 May is hoping to make as…
Mercy Health to launch carer support group during National Palliative Care Week
Mercy Health will launch a support group for carers during National Palliative Care Week to allow people to connect and share their experiences. National Palliative Care Week runs from 20–26 May 2018 and aims to raise awareness and understanding about palliative care in the Australian community. Palliative care is defined as specialised care and support…
Mercy Health wins Outstanding Spiritual Care Team
The Mercy Health Aged & Community Care Pastoral Care Team has been recognised at the Spiritual Care Australia ̶ Best of Care Awards 2018 presented in Newcastle on Tuesday 8 May. The team won the Outstanding Spiritual Care Team category for their work using reverie harps in aged care homes across Australia. The reverie harps…
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