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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Hoarding Help Now Available Online

on Friday, February 11, 2022

Are you or a loved one facing issues with hoarding? Expert help is available online through the successful Buried in Treasures program.

Residents at Catholic Healthcare’s Blakeney Lodge Make Exquisite Hand Moulds

on Friday, August 27, 2021

When Kerry Kelly, Pastoral Care Coordinator at Catholic Healthcare's Blakeney Lodge Residential Aged Care Home, came up with the idea to make hand moulds of residents’ hands, she knew that it would be the perfect project to keep everyone at the Home engaged.

Catholic Healthcare Appoints New CEO

on Friday, August 6, 2021

The Catholic Healthcare Board has announced the appointment of Karen Borg as Catholic Healthcare’s new Chief Executive Officer. Karen will be joining Catholic Healthcare on Monday, 30 August 2021.

New Online Program of Buried in Treasures Commencing in August

on Monday, July 19, 2021

A new series of Catholic Healthcare's popular Buried in Treasures program starts from Monday 30 August 2021, delivered by Home Care’s Hoarding and Squalor team.

Walking with Confidence in Casula

on Thursday, July 8, 2021

Local seniors are attending Catholic Healthcare’s Walking with Confidence program, designed to help improve balance and strength in a relaxed and supportive environment.

Catholic Healthcare's Chris Rigby Receives Queen’s Birthday Honours

on Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Catholic Healthcare has congratulated Mr Christopher Rigby AM on his inclusion in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List announced yesterday.

Batehaven to Botticelli and Van Gogh

on Friday, June 11, 2021

It was a great day out for residents and carers of Catholic Healthcare Maranatha Lodge Residential Aged Care in Batehaven who visited the Botticelli to Van Gogh exhibition at the National Gallery in Canberra.

Mater Chapel Blessing – Jemalong Residential Village

on Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Residents, staff, local community members and Catholic Healthcare representatives have attended the formal Blessing of the Jemalong Residential Village Chapel in Forbes. The ceremony was a formal Liturgy of Blessing of the Chapel and also marked the official re-naming of the Chapel to the 'Mater Chapel’. The name is in recognition of the Sisters of Mercy and their dedicated contribution to health and aged care in the Forbes region.

Care Runs Deep at Catholic Healthcare St Hedwig Village

on Friday, May 28, 2021

With the assistance of staff at Catholic Healthcare’s St Hedwig Village Aged Care in Blacktown, resident Hellmut Schroeder has reconnected with his long-lost sister and children in Germany.

Cooking Up a Storm at Villa Maria Fortitude Valley

on Wednesday, May 5, 2021

What started as a monthly activity at Villa Maria Fortitude Valley Residential Aged Care has turned into a special cookbook with residents, staff and families all contributing their family favourite recipes.

Clowns, But Not as You Know Them

on Wednesday, April 28, 2021

The residents of St Paul’s Aged Care in Northbridge have been welcoming a new type of visitor to their Home. They’re clowns, but not as you know them.

Monet Meets Friends from St Hedwig

on Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Residents from St Hedwig Village Residential Aged Care in Blacktown had one excursion in mind for their MyWish.  They decided to visit the Monet & Friends Exhibition on show at the Royal Hall of Industries in Moore Park, and afterwards enjoy lunch at Fratelli Fresh in the Entertainment Quarter.

Back to the Barracks

on Thursday, April 8, 2021

It was with much excitement that a group of residents and carers from St Bede’s Residential Aged Care in South Hurstville headed off on Catholic Healthcare's first MyWish outing for 2021.

Warnervale Seniors Hub Now Open

on Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Meeting up with friends, trying something new, keeping physically, mentally and socially active are all important particularly in our senior years. To help meet this need, Catholic Healthcare's Warnervale Wellness Centre in Hamlyn Terrace on the NSW Central Coast has now reopened – providing a friendly, welcoming and busy seniors hub connecting community and clients.

Care and Connection at Coolamon

on Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Catholic Healthcare has released a new video sharing a family’s journey moving into a Residential Aged Care home. Initially coming to Coolamon Villa in Mullumbimby for respite, Jude has found happiness, peace and connection in her new home.

Catholic Healthcare Opens its Newest Home, Holy Spirit in Casula

on Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Catholic Healthcare recently celebrated the official opening and blessing of its newest Residential Aged Care Home, Holy Spirit in Casula. The event also marks the launch of a new Home and Community Services hub based at Holy Spirit providing Home Care support to seniors in the south west Sydney region.

New Online 'Buried in Treasures' Program Starts February

on Thursday, January 21, 2021

A new series of Catholic Healthcare’s popular Buried in Treasures program starts on 22 February 2021, delivered by Home Care’s Hoarding and Squalor team. Buried in Treasures is a 15-week online program developed to support people living in NSW who have a tendency to accumulate excessive items, or find it difficult to part with them.

The Benefits of a Home Care Package

on Friday, January 8, 2021

Catholic Healthcare has released a series of five new videos featuring the benefits of a Home Care Package. These videos are a great tool to help navigate what a Home Care Package is and what it can be used for to help seniors live at home independently for longer.

Making a Difference for Seniors in the Community

on Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Catholic Healthcare is seeking volunteers to join its Community Visitors Scheme (CVS), a national program aimed to enrich the quality of life of seniors living at home and in residential aged care homes. Volunteers are matched with clients or residents, as a way to ease social isolation and provide friendship and support to senior Australians.

Catholic Healthcare’s Summer Respite Offer 2020/21

on Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Christmas is a time to rest and recharge for the coming year ahead. It is also a time that sparks interest in respite care for carers who may be needing a well-earned break. For carers, respite accommodation means having time for rest and rejuvenation. For their loved ones, it means being supported by 24/7 nursing staff, nutritious daily meals and comfortable air-conditioned rooms.

McQuoin Park Awarded Catholic Healthcare's Home of the Year

on Friday, December 18, 2020

It was celebrations all round when McQuoin Park Residential Aged Care Home was awarded the Catholic Healthcare Home of the Year for 2020.

Making Laurie’s Dreams Come True

on Monday, December 14, 2020

Catholic Healthcare Coolamon Villa resident Laurie has the most spectacular view from his bedroom window. In the distance lie the verdant hills of Mullumbimby, with cattle roaming and macadamia trees dotting the landscape. But there’s an even better treat to be viewed from his window most mornings. At sunrise, the hot air balloons, off on their morning flight, drift slowly across the horizon and 89-year old Laurie loves to watch them go by.

Providing Social Connections to Keep Clients Healthy and Happy

on Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Annette has been a Catholic Healthcare client for the past seven years. Living in a lovely two-bedroom unit in Coffs Harbour close to her family, she enjoys spending lots of special time with her loved ones. But life hasn’t always been like this for Annette who spent nine years living alone in a motel in Woolgoolga with no driver’s licence, no car, no public transport and feeling very isolated. 

A Token of Thanks

on Friday, November 27, 2020

Catholic Healthcare staff on the frontline were delighted to receive MooGoo pamper gift packs in recognition of their dedication, compassion and commitment through Covid-19.

Catholic Healthcare Launches New 'Care Runs Deep' Campaign

on Friday, November 6, 2020

Catholic Healthcare is delighted to launch its new Care Runs Deep campaign. The inspiration for Care Runs Deep comes from their dedicated staff, who have a deep commitment to care for clients and each other.

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