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

New South Wales
Western Australia
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Aged Care Senior Supports ‘Holiday Here’ Push

on Tuesday, September 15, 2020

90-year-old Malcolm Dyer may be legally blind, but he’s living proof that you’re never too old to have new adventures.

Firm Friendships Celebrated on R U OKAY? Day

on Thursday, September 10, 2020

“R U OK? Day” this year is set to be more significant than ever in the context of the coronavirus pandemic - and one local not-for-profit aged care organisation is participating to highlight its importance.

Rose Garden to Instigate Trips Down Memory Lane

on Thursday, September 10, 2020

Dozens of scented roses, which are currently being planted at not-for-profit aged care home Mercy Place Mont Clare, are all part of a new sensory experience aimed at enriching the lives of seniors living with dementia or Alzheimer’s by creating a peaceful place of their own.

Thousands of Facemasks Generously Donated to Mercy Health Aged Care Homes

on Monday, September 7, 2020

For Victorians, 2020 has been a year like no other with the coronavirus pandemic causing the tragic passing of family members, for others the loss of jobs and day-to-day businesses  – even the state’s schoolchildren have been left confused without the regular routines of classroom study and school ground fun.

Celebrating 64 Years of Marriage

on Thursday, September 3, 2020

Jim and Lin Barrow celebrated 64 years of marriage on Tuesday 1 September, surrounded by family members and friends from Mercy Place Mont Clare.

Aged Care Residents Hit the Right Note Virtually All of the Time

on Friday, August 28, 2020

Mercy Place East Melbourne’s lifestyle team has not let visitor restrictions get in the way of residents having a good time at the aged care home. Residents, their loved ones and friends from Mercy Place Apartments Parkville worked around the restrictions, joining together virtually for a group sing-along last week. 

106 Candles for Mercy Place Woree’s Eileen

on Friday, August 21, 2020

It’s fair to say that Mercy Place Woree resident Eileen Tayler is an old hand at birthdays, given she’s about to celebrate her 106th milestone.

Will New Drink Be Everyone’s Cup of Tea at Mercy Place Lathlain?

on Wednesday, August 19, 2020

The resident chef at Mercy Place Lathlain will provide some food for thought this week when seniors at the not-for-profit residential home spill the beans on the latest beverage to be introduced on to the drinks menu – a lightly fermented, sweetened tea drink known for its medicinal benefits.

Keeping Everyone Connected During Challenging Times

on Thursday, August 13, 2020

Residents at Mercy Place Warrnambool are keeping in touch with families and loved ones during coronavirus restrictions in multiple ways – using phone and video calls, and chatting virtually on tablets.

100 Candles for Mercy Place Mont Clare’s Grace

on Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Mercy Place Mont Clare resident Grace Alexander celebrated her 100th birthday last weekend, surrounded by her family who say the centenarian’s life has been hallmarked by a quiet sense of determination and compassion.

Breast Friends Go Pink to Support Cancer Awareness

on Monday, August 10, 2020

They could be called bosom buddies, but the staff and residents at a local not-for-profit aged care home who participated in a ‘pink day’ for breast cancer awareness this week just wanted to help a good cause by putting the fun into fundraising. As part of Mercy Place Mandurah’s awareness raising, staff members dyed their hair pink and held a morning tea to raise awareness as well as funds.

International Day of Friendship Celebrated at Mercy Place Westcourt

on Monday, August 3, 2020

International Day of Friendship last week saw residents at Mercy Place Westcourt receive a special surprise from some new friends.

Ross and CJ Prove You’re Never Too Old to Make New Friends

on Thursday, July 30, 2020

Mercy Place Mont Clare resident Ross Nicholson and the not-for-profit aged care home’s chef CJ Grant are proof that age is no barrier to making new friendships.

Firm Friendships Celebrated on International Day

on Tuesday, July 28, 2020

International Day of Friendship on Thursday 30 July will have special meaning for two residents living at Mercy Place Lathlain.

Don and Michelle Celebrate 60 Years of Marriage

on Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Taking the good with the bad and a commitment to staying in love is the secret to a successful marriage, according to Claremont couple Don and Michelle Watts, who celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary last week, surrounded by family and friends.

Seniors Start Knitting Headbands for the Hash House Harriettes

on Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Talented seniors at a not-for-profit Mercy Health aged care home are racing to finish more than 30 knitted headbands for Perth’s Hash Houses Harriettes, who are on a mission to raise money for a range of local charities.

Bunnings Staff Help Residents to Smell the Roses

on Wednesday, July 1, 2020

The team at Bunnings Warehouse in Belmont have helped to bring the outdoors in for residents and staff at a local not-for-profit aged care home.

Special Birthday Celebrations to Mark 26 Years of Volunteering at MercyVille

on Friday, June 19, 2020

Elise Hayward will celebrate her 43rd birthday on Friday 19 June, and in the process, celebrate 26 years of volunteering at a local not-for-profit nursing home in Craigie. The dedicated local started volunteering at MercyVille aged care home when she was just 17 years of age, so has been a regular volunteer for over half of her life.

Ukulele Brings The Sound of Music to Mercy Place Lathlain

on Tuesday, June 16, 2020

The sound of music will emanate from not-for-profit aged care home Mercy Place Lathlain on International Music Day – Sunday 21 June – when volunteer Yolanda MacFarlaine takes her mum, resident Margaret MacFarlaine, and other seniors on a trip down memory lane with songs from yesteryear.

Mercy Place Fernhill Residents Receive Surprise Pen Pal Letters

on Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Residents from Mercy Place Fernhill, located in Melbourne’s southeast, received a pleasant surprise in the letterbox last month, opening personal letters from kind-hearted students at Sandringham East Primary School.

Connections Rekindled as Seniors Put Pen to Paper

on Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Old connections have been serendipitously revived in the western suburbs after not-for-profit aged care home Mercy Place Mont Clare launched a pen pal initiative, aimed at expanding residents’ social networks and choice of activities during the time of COVID-19 restrictions.

Friendships Flourish During Social Restrictions at MercyVille

on Thursday, May 21, 2020

Strong friendships are flourishing at Mercy Health’s MercyVille aged care home with young students from a local school, even during the time of COVID-19.

International Nurses Day, a time to celebrate at Mercy Place Mandurah

on Thursday, May 7, 2020

International Nurses Day will cut through the generations at Mercy Place Mandurah, as retired nurses who are now residents of the not-for-profit aged care home celebrate their careers of caring alongside current nursing staff.

Staff and Resident Duo Get Crafty for WA’s Doctors and Nurses

on Tuesday, May 5, 2020

A staff and resident duo at a local not-for-profit home are making a difference to the lives of West Australian health staff, including those at Royal Perth and Fiona Stanley Hospital, during the coronavirus crisis.

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