Presbyterian Aged Care Drummoyne (Minnamurra) is a new purpose built residential aged care facility. Thoughtful design has created a lifestyle building, with generous communal living areas, separate dining rooms, intimate sitting rooms, activities room, courtyards, and balconies (with views over the local area and to the city).
Large individual resident rooms with interior design feature, and en-suites are available in all low care rooms, and the secure dementia specific unit.
Support & assistance is available for showering, dressing, medication supervision, nursing care and personal care needs, provided by our highly qualified, dedicated and experienced care staff who are available 24 hours per day. Allied health care and multi-disciplinary services are also available.
All laundry services and meals, including specific dietary requirements are looked after, and emergency call buttons are provided in all rooms and bathrooms.
PAC focuses on designing & providing individualised care for residents to encourage independence, whilst still supporting those with higher care needs.
|Name||Room Category||Max Occupancy||Max Refundable Accom Deposit (RAD)|
|Single||Single room + private ensuite||1||$550,000|
Low Care: 65
Dementia: 20 (Secure Unit)
Respite Care available
Health & Lifestyle:
Activities Program designed to
Visiting allied health services available
Social & Activities:
Outings: Village Bus
Pastoral Care Support
Regular Church Services
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
Residents were absolutely delighted to receive them, much fun was had sorting through them and finding their special one.
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.
For going the extra mile by helping Certificate IV students with their English, while also being a student herself.
Sustainability Award: Linda Foulkes, RAO.
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.
It was thoroughly enjoyed. Their Stories delighted. It brought back fond memories of their childhood days.
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 members, Carla. We are greatful to all the residents, staff and families for taking part.
I would like to introduce Helen (Viva) Rodwell, one of our residents here at Minnamurra.
The daughter of Nell Cooper and Vivian Sherry, born on the 27th January 1920
Minnamurra is almost 6 years old now and Viva was one of the first resident’s to accommodate a room here.
Living in Brisbane where she grew up, was the start of a long and varied career, teaching and music. Viva met her husband Jeffery Rodwell on Southport Beach Christmas 1941.
They were married in 1942, and then went on to have four children, Joanne, Helen, Brian and Jeffery.
At Minnamurra, our Christmas decorations are all ready for 2014 Christmas Party.
Santa will be paying a visit again this year.
We will be entertained by music trio 'The Bell', and dancing will ensue.
Have a very Merry Christmas abd Happy New Year from everyone at Minnamurra.
On the 27th of October, 2013 George Neilson, a resident at Minnamurra Drummoyne turned 97. He has been a resident at Minnamurra since March 2011.
George, has devoted 70 years of service to the Balmain rowing club, has been presented with the inaugural Maritime Medal by the Minister for Ports and Waterways. George was the first ever recipient of this medal. It was introduced by the’ Iemma Government’ as a way to publicly acknowledge the efforts of those who make our waterways safer, and cleaner or more accessible.