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  • Progress & Growth

    Upgraded Aged Care For Newcastle

    December 13, 2018

    Presbyterian Aged Care (PAC) can announce that our Newcastle -Stockton- residential aged care service will undergo a major upgrade commencing in the second half of 2019. Along with installation of new air conditioning, new phone systems, and new nurse call systems throughout the facility, the dementia care unit will be relocated to another area of […]

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  • Progress & Growth

    Paddington Over 55s Community – First Two Sections Finished and Full

    October 9, 2018

    Presbyterian Aged Care has opened the first stage of its $180 million community for over 55’s at “The Terraces at Paddington” in Sydney. “The Terraces” features a 100-bed first-class residential aged care facility, a 23-bed dementia unit with private garden, and 70 retirement units across four buildings. The heritage-listed Scottish Hospital which was a functioning […]

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  • Residential Aged Care

    Media Statement

    September 24, 2018

    18 September 2018   The following statement is attributable to Paul Sadler, CEO, Presbyterian Aged Care NSW & ACT.   Presbyterian Aged Care (PAC) acknowledged concerns regarding the treatment of a former resident at our Wescott Residential Aged Care Facility during 2016, when they were raised with the Aged Care Complaints Commissioner by the former resident’s family.   At the […]

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  • Residential Aged Care

    Hon Philip Ruddock Helps Open Stage 1 of PAC’s New Aged Care Community in Sydney’s North Shore

    August 16, 2018

      Stage 1 of a $25m aged care community undertaken by Presbyterian Aged Care (PAC) has been completed at Thornleigh in Sydney’s North Shore.   The project has been designed by Sue Kenny Architects, built by Tower Projects and is expected to be wrapped up by July 2019, increasing stock levels to help meet the […]

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  • Uncategorized

    Press Release: Presbyterian Care Australia & ACSA Group Membership

    July 19, 2018

    Most states in Australia have a Presbyterian aged care provider. Today it has been announced that these have rallied together to take a group membership in ACSA – Aged & Community Services Australia, which collaborates with not-for-profit companies “to ensure powerful advocacy for a fair, responsive and caring society that values and supports older Australians”. […]

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