Catholic Healthcare

Catholic Healthcare is a leading not for profit provider of residential accommodation solutions across New South Wales and Queensland. Established in 1994 the organisation offers a strong and experienced network of aged and dementia care specialists.

Catholic Healthcare Residential Aged Care

Each of our residential services reflects the needs and traditions of the community in which it is located. We believe strongly in our residents being part of the community and that belonging to a community shouldn’t know any barriers. You will see our residents out and about and enjoying life in the suburb in which they live and you will see the community invited in to our services to share the lives of our residents.

Founded on Christian love, Catholic Healthcare is your assurance of quality care.

Catholic Healthcare Home & Community Care

At Catholic Healthcare, the belief is that ageing is a part of life. Getting the support to maintain independence throughout during this stage of life should be a right. If older people continue to actively engage with their friends, families and community, lives will be richer and society will only benefit.

A strengths-based approach instructs the Catholic Healthcare care philosophy, supporting the social, physical, psychological and spiritual well-being of clients and their carers and families.

Catholic Healthcare works with State and Federal Government agencies such as the Departments of Ageing, Disability and Home Care Health and Ageing and NSW Health to develop innovative health and wellbeing programs to deliver to its clients.

Client focused care is a top priority for the provider, and staff work conscientiously with hospitals, the Aged Care Assessment Team and other community care organisations to advocate for the client.

To maintain independence in the elderly, the following services are available:

  • Information and advice about care options
  • Community education, awareness and advocacy
  • Support for clients who wish to re-engage with local community
  • Support with daily life
  • Care packages ranging from low to high care
  • Transitional care – short term intensive support for those recently discharged or in risk of hospital admission
  • Carer support

Our locations

New South Wales
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Maranatha Lodge Residents Celebrate with the Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber

on Friday, October 30, 2020

Delighted residents from Catholic Healthcare Maranatha Lodge Residential Aged Care in Batehaven were recently treated to a lavish lunch followed by a spectacular movie concert featuring the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber.

A Memorable Horse Drawn Carriage Ride for Jemalong Residential Village Residents

on Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Delighted residents from Jemalong Residential Village in Forbes were recently treated to a horse drawn carriage ride through the countryside as part of Catholic Healthcare’s My Wish program. For the residents, the experience was nostalgic and an opportunity to reminisce, share stories and bond with each other.

A Journey with Catholic Healthcare

on Monday, October 19, 2020

Yvonne’s journey with Catholic Healthcare began in 2017 as a Home Care client living at Lendlease’s Henry Kendall Gardens Retirement Village on the NSW Central Coast. As her clinical needs became more complex with Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Yvonne spent a couple of weeks in respite at Our Lady of Loreto Gardens Residential Aged Care Home in Hamlyn Terrace, where she now permanently resides. Yvonne is grateful to Catholic Healthcare for the care and services she has received over the past few years. Here is her story.

Villa Maria in Fortitude Valley Opens Brisbane’s newest Memory Support Unit

on Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Catholic Healthcare is proud to be opening Brisbane’s newest Memory Support Unit at Villa Maria in Fortitude Valley.

An Absolute Privilege - Meet Community Worker Jenny Worley

on Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Jenny Worley has spent over 30 years serving the Hunter region in residential aged care and the community. She is passionate about helping others and says her current role as a Community Worker with Catholic Healthcare, assisting clients to stay independent at home for as long as possible, is an absolute privilege. Jenny also maintains that anyone working can do this role and upskill as long as their ‘heart is fully in it.’ Being a Community Worker is more than just a job.

Behind the Mask

on Monday, September 28, 2020

Staff at Catholic Healthcare’s George Mockler House in Mona Vale have come up with an innovative way for residents to recognise them more easily when wearing their face masks around the Residential Aged Care Home.

Dementia Action Week – A Little Support Makes a Lot of Difference

on Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Dementia Action Week is on 21- 27 September 2020 and this year’s theme is Dementia. A little support makes a lot of difference. Dementia affects close to half a million Australians and the number is set to double in the next 25 years. Dementia has become the leading cause of death among Australian women, and remains the second leading cause of death across all Australians.

McQuoin Park Retirement Living Village Welcomes New Residents

on Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Catholic Healthcare is excited to announce the opening of McQuoin Park Retirement Living Village in Wahroonga. Stage One of the Village features 88 new apartments. The stylish one, two and three-bedroom residences are spacious and light, ideal for open-plan living and entertaining.

Aged Care Development in Lewisham Approved

on Friday, September 4, 2020

Catholic Healthcare has announced that its development application to renew an existing aged care home in Lewisham has been approved.

New Wellness Centre in Wagga Wagga Now Open for Seniors

on Monday, August 24, 2020

Catholic Healthcare’s new Wellness Centre in Wagga Wagga is now open, providing services and support for local Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) and Home Care clients.

Celebrating 26 years of Catholic Healthcare

on Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Today, Catholic Healthcare is celebrating 26 years of providing health and aged care services to residents, clients and patients. 

Construction of Catholic Healthcare's Charles O’Neill Home is Complete

on Friday, July 17, 2020

Catholic Healthcare is excited to announce that construction of their Charles O’Neill Home is now complete. This will enable the development of modern, integrated person-centred aged care services for the local residents of Mayfield West and its neighbouring areas. 

Construction on Stage One of Jemalong Retirement Living Village is Complete

on Friday, July 3, 2020

Catholic Healthcare has announced that the construction on Stage One of the Jemalong Retirement Village in Forbes is now complete. 

International Nurses Day – A Message of Thanks

on Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Today is International Nurses Day, an opportunity to celebrate and acknowledge the enormous contribution nurses and other healthcare workers make to Catholic Healthcare and our communities each and every day. Catholic Healthcare thank nurses for their professionalism, dedication and kindness in caring for residents, clients and patients, particularly during this current time. 

The giant Jenga is complete!

on Monday, April 20, 2020

At Catholic Healthcare Villa Maria Eastern Heights Aged Care in Ipswich, residents and staff have designed, built and completed a giant Jenga game.

Catholic Healthcare’s Lifestyle Program Keeps Residents Socialising and Engaged

on Thursday, April 16, 2020

Staff at Catholic Healthcare are helping residents stay connected with loved ones and ensuring that life remains as vibrant as possible for the elderly in their care. 

Bringing Her Art Home

on Friday, March 13, 2020

New resident Mae is settling into life at Catholic Healthcare St Augustine’s Aged Care Home in Coffs Harbour. She has a large room furnished with some of her own pieces and a selection of her favourite paintings, a hobby she took up when she was in her 60’s.

Home Care: Making Everyday Tasks Easier

on Monday, February 10, 2020

For Home Care client Suzie, who lives in Maroubra, weekly help with grocery shopping, cleaning and decluttering means she is receiving the support she needs to stay in her own home and remain independent.

Home Care in Action - Staying Independent for Longer

on Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Sometimes the bravest thing you can do is ask for help. For Woolloomooloo resident, Peter, that moment came two years ago when a hospital visit put him in touch with Catholic Healthcare’s Home Care team in South East Sydney.

Evacuated Residents from Catholic Healthcare Bodington Receive First-Class Care

on Thursday, January 23, 2020

Evacuated residents from Catholic Healthcare’s Bodington Home at Wentworth Falls, impacted by the bushfires, received ongoing first-class care when re-located to other Homes recently.

Catholic Healthcare's The Haven Fighting Bushfires with Seed Bombs

on Friday, January 17, 2020

With the recent bushfires taking a heavy toll on the State’s animal and plant population, residents and staff from Catholic Healthcare’s The Haven in Wagga Wagga are working to regreen and regenerate the environment with a phenomenon called seed bombs. 

The Word Gets Around at Jemalong

on Friday, December 20, 2019

A new activity at Catholic Healthcare Jemalong Residential Village in Forbes is proving very popular. Every Sunday afternoon a group of 20 plus residents are meeting to chat, have a glass of a favourite tipple, and discuss poetry.

Forbes Jemalong Aged Peoples Association Contributes $1.25M Towards Catholic Healthcare’s Jemalong Retirement Living Village

on Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Catholic Healthcare was delighted to receive a cheque from the former Forbes Jemalong Aged Peoples Association for $1.25 million, contributing towards the development of its Retirement Living Village in Forbes.

Inner West Resident Merle Slaughter Celebrates 100 Years

on Friday, December 6, 2019

Catholic Healthcare Lewisham Aged Care resident, Merle Slaughter, turned 100 on Saturday, 30 November and spent last weekend celebrating her life with family and friends.

Northern Sydney Region Awarded Home and Community Services Region of the Year

on Thursday, December 5, 2019

Catholic Healthcare is delighted to announce its Northern Sydney region was awarded the 2019 Home and Community Services Region of the Year at the annual Inspire Leadership Conference.

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