Mercy Health

Mercy Health is a Catholic not-for-profit provider of care, founded by the Sisters of Mercy and grounded in a 2,000-year tradition of caring for those in need. The organisation provides health and aged care services throughout Victoria, southern New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory.  

With a number of new developments underway, Mercy Health’s presence in aged care continues to grow.

Mercy Health offers residents:

  • Fully accredited facilities
  • Registered nursing staff
  • Individualised care plans
  • Fresh cooked meals
  • Varied and individualised activities programs
  • Opportunities for community interaction

Mercy Health’s homes are regularly updated to maintain high quality and attractive surroundings. Residents are supported to maintain independence in an environment that is safe, but home-like.


Our locations

ACT
New South Wales
Queensland
Victoria
Western Australia
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Mercy Place Residents Honoured for Impressive Life Achievements by Victorian Government

on Tuesday, May 25, 2021

The Victorian Government is celebrating seniors living in aged care with a new initiative called Recognising Senior Victorians which is designed to showcase the resilience shown by aged care residents and staff throughout COVID-19.

Volunteers Celebrated at Mercy Place Mandurah

on Friday, May 21, 2021

Erskine resident Jill Heraty is approaching her third year of volunteering at Mercy Place Mandurah, a milestone that is being recognised by staff at the aged care home during this year’s National Volunteer Week, which is celebrated between Monday 17 - Sunday 23 May.

Residents and Students Enjoy Wednesday Morning Coffee Catch Ups at Mercy Place Mont Clare

on Friday, May 14, 2021

Coffee, companionship and good manicures are central to Wednesday mornings at a Claremont-based not-for-profit residential aged care home thanks to a new partnership with Mercedes College girls’ school.

Mother’s Day a Time to Celebrate at Mercy Place Mandurah

on Thursday, May 6, 2021

Great, great grandmother and born and bred West Australian Hazel Perry will be spending Mothers’ Day in good company. This year, 94-year-old Hazel will be celebrating motherhood along with members of her family – COVID restrictions permitting – who include her seven children, 31 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren and six great, great-grandchildren.

Mercy Place Mandurah Couple Celebrate 72 Years of Marriage

on Monday, April 26, 2021

Taking the good with the bad and a commitment to staying in love is the secret to a successful marriage according to Mercy Place Mandurah residents Betty and Leslie Williams, who celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary last week.

Taking Time to Remember

on Thursday, April 15, 2021

More than 100 years on from the birth of the Gallipoli legend, Mercy Place Mont Clare will commemorate the ANZAC heroes and other ex-servicemen and women in its midst ahead of ANZAC Day on Sunday April 25.

Mercy Place Residents Score Centuries Left, Right and Centre

on Monday, April 12, 2021

It’s not every day you have the chance to blow out 100 candles, however, March 2021 takes the cake with a trio of Mercy Health aged care home residents joining the elite club of centenarians in Australia.

Chance Reunion Reignites Friendship After 57-Year Hiatus

on Wednesday, March 31, 2021

After 57 years without seeing one another, Mercy Place Keon Park residents, 95-year-old Betty Moore and 94-year-old Marg Crane, instantly recognised each other when they were fortuitously reunited at the residential aged care three days before Melbourne’s coronavirus lockdown last year.

Music in the Air for Singing Seniors and Staff

on Friday, March 26, 2021

Dulcet tones and sweet serenading will soon be heard at Mercy Place Mont Clare as residents are treated to a choir performance by Waratah Community singers next month.

Mercy Place Offers Respite and a Home Away From Home

on Thursday, March 25, 2021

Since arriving at Mercy Place Dandenong residential aged care home for a three-week respite stay, keen amateur photographer John Johnson has viewed the concept of respite care through a whole new lens.

Mercy Health Lathlain Celebrated on Harmony Day

on Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Staff and residents from at Mercy Place Lathlain’s aged care home, which is often described as a ‘mini-United Nations’ celebrated the dozens of different cultures that make it special as part of this year’s Harmony Day.

True Love Remains Strong on 65 Year Anniversary

on Thursday, March 18, 2021

Mercy Place Edgewater resident 95-year-old Bob Winterburn and his 89-year-old wife Amy will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary next week.

Mercy Place Woree Celebrates What Makes Australia Special on Harmony Day

on Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Staff and residents from at Mercy Place Woree’s aged care home, which is often described as a ‘mini-United Nations’, will come together to celebrate the dozens of different cultures that make it special as part of this year’s Harmony Day.

102 candles for Mercy Health’s Ivy Ballentine

on Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Mercy Place Lathlain resident Ivy Ballentine celebrated her 102nd birthday today with a party in her local park - surrounded by her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren who say the matriarch of their family has always been involved and interested in life, and has always wanted to contribute.

Mercy Health to Celebrate What Makes Australia Special This Harmony Day

on Friday, March 12, 2021

Cultural diversity and heritage will be celebrated on Harmony Day by staff and residents at the Claremont-based not-for-profit aged care home, Mercy Place Mont Clare.

Mercy Place Colac Aged Care Residents Pave the Way for Women

on Thursday, March 11, 2021

As International Women’s Day was celebrated around the world on 8 March, Mercy Place Colac residents Jean Howard and Dulcie ‘Scotty’ Brooks recalled with pride how they and the women of their generation paved the way for gender equality more than 80 years ago.

Mercy Place Aged Care Residents Celebrate All Types of Love

on Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Whether it has lasted decades or has just been discovered, Mercy Health residents celebrated love this Valentine’s Day.

True Love Still Strong on Valentine’s Day After More Than Six Decades

on Thursday, February 11, 2021

After more than 60 years of marriage, the love lives on for Mercy Place Mont Clare’s resident Don Watts and his wife Michelle, who are set to spend Valentine’s Day 2021 once again side-by-side for the 61st time, after falling in love and having a whirlwind wedding in London in the late 1950s.

Love Story Carries on After More Than 60 Years

on Wednesday, February 10, 2021

After almost 60 years of marriage, the love lives on for Mercy Place Westcourt’s resident Don Campbell and his wife Lorraine, who are 83 and 77 years of age respectively.

True Love Remains Strong After 70 Years

on Tuesday, February 9, 2021

After their eyes met across a dance floor in 1950, the love lives on for Mercy Place Mandurah resident Mark Levis and his wife Eva, who are set to spend Valentine’s Day 2021 once again side-by-side for the 71st time.

True Love Remains Strong After More Than Six Decades

on Monday, February 1, 2021

After almost 65 years of marriage, the love lives on for Mercy Place Edgewater resident Bob Winterburn and his wife Amy, who are set to spend Valentine’s Day 2021 once again side-by-side, after meeting in Queensland when they were in their 20s.

Residents and Staff Acknowledge Love and Loyalty for Australia at Mercy Place Mont Clare

on Tuesday, January 19, 2021

One of Mercy Place Mont Clare’s most respected and appreciated members of staff will celebrate her love and loyalty for her adopted country on Australia Day, as the not-for-profit aged care home reflects on the nation’s 60,000 years of history.

90-Year-Old Champions the Christmas Cheer

on Tuesday, December 22, 2020

The Christmas spirit is alive and well at a not-for-profit Mercy Health aged care home, thanks to the creative talents of one of the residents - 90-year-old Ethel Delmenico.

Volunteers Spread Festive Cheer at Mercy Place Woree

on Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Christmas will arrive a little early for residents living at Mercy Place Woree this week, as a group of local well-wishers deliver Christmas cards, gifts and bon-bons to the not-for-profit home to spread some festive cheer.

Mercy Health’s Dedicated Staff to Spend Christmas Day with Residents

on Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Registered Nurse Lindy Hagboom, lifestyle co-ordinator Nichole Cuthbert, and kitchen hand Karen Hebbard are just a handful of staff who will forfeit Christmas Day with their families to help care for the dozens of residents at local not-for-profit aged care home Mercy Place Mandurah.

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