News from our facilities

Brookfield Multiplex has commenced construction on The Terraces at Paddington, the $180 million over 55s community being developed at the Scottish Hospital site on Brown Street. The Terraces at Paddington is the largest project ever undertaken by owner and operator Presbyterian Aged Care (PAC) in NSW.

On Monday 12 October the Governor of NSW, His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d), opened the new Pitt Wood Village at Ashfield.

We were delighted to receive a quantity of beautifully knitted and crotchet rugs from the Presbyterian Womens Association.

There were enough to go around to all our residents, and some over to Have in our lounge rooms and keep in our bus, for outings

PAC had three finalists in this years awards, and we were proud to have two of those finalists from Minnamurra.  All three came 2nd in the awards.

Organisation Award:     Paul Sadler, our CEO.

For People at Care Centre strategy which is transforming the way PAC provides services.

Trainee Award:               Janelle Stewart, Carer.

The City of Canada Bay Heritage Society, through City Canada Bay Museum invited our Residents to enter a competition they were running.

‘’ My World When I was 10”

It was programmed into our weekly program and several Residents joined in to write a little story about their life when they were ten.

Following the recent earthquakes in Nepal, Minnamurra staff donated goods, and created a raffle to raise money to donate to the Red Cross, to go directly to the Nepal effort.  We are proud to announce that our raffle raised $700.  The winner of the first prize was one of our residents Jean Mc Caig, second prize went to another resident Myra Savage and third prize was won by one of our staff mem

Riverview recently completed a successful Accreditation Audit by the Quality Agency. The great staff is one of the reasons we have a happy, friendly facility. 

Riverview has an exciting activities program and High Tea with invited friends is just one of our favorites.