St Vincent’s Care Services, a Catholic aged care and retirement services provider, will purchase three residential aged care facilities in Queensland currently operated by PresCare.
St Vincent's Care Services, part of the St Vincent’s Health Australia group, operates throughout Queensland, NSW and Victoria.
St Vincent’s Care Services chief Lincoln Hopper said the acquisition of the homes in Carina and Corinda Brisbane, and Douglas Townsville was an exciting milestone for the organisation and brings its total portfolio of residential aged care facilities to 23 throughout Australia.
“St Vincent’s Care Services recognises the significant contribution that PresCare has made as a not-for- profit care provider to vulnerable older Australians for many years, and we intend to continue building on that legacy,” Mr Hopper said.
“We are aligned in our approach to providing exceptional services for Australians and are grateful for the opportunity to continue to provide quality care to the residents of these facilities.
“We are pleased to welcome PresCare staff, residents, and their loved ones to the St Vincent’s family and look forward to providing quality and compassionate support to those entrusted to our care.”
The acquisition involves a total of 390 residential aged care beds – including 76 beds in dedicated special care units for residents diagnosed with dementia – as well as 300 employees.
One of the facilities based in Brisbane, which is newly-built and yet to open to residents, will include five rooms available to older people who are experiencing, or have a history of, homelessness.
St Vincent’s Care Services expands Queensland residential aged care portfolio (St Vincent’s Care Services)