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BERRI’S aged care facilities could
benefit from operational changes
announced this week, according to an
aged care provider chief executive.
Earlier this week Mary MacKillop
Care announced it would be acquired
by Calvary, a not-for-profit Catholic
health care organisation.
Mary MacKillop Care (MMC)
interim chief executive officer Rob
Hankins said Calvary would bring
knowledge and expertise, adding to
the services already provided in the
“The current services will only be
enhanced and expanded,” he said.
“So, if you look at the services we
currently provide around residential
care, I know that Calvary will do an
in-depth research and study into the
area and into what’s needed.
“We’ll have an extensive consulta-
tion process around that and over the
next three, six, nine months before
they start putting to paper what’s
needed in the area.”
Currently MMC operates three
residential aged care facilities in SA:
Berri’s 50-bed facility and two facili-
ties in metropolitan Adelaide.
Mr Hankins said the acquisition of
MMC, including the Adelaide facili-
ties and Berri’s St Catherine’s facility,
could be the first step in the further
expansion of Calvary in the region.
“Calvary has been known to have a
commitment to regional Australia,” he
said. “I don’t see them following any
other direction than what they have
done in other states.”
Calvary national director Bryan
McLoughlin said future projects of
MMC would be “fully supported”
by the organisation including the
redevelopment plans for the new St
Catherine’s in Berri.
Change to local aged care service...
Aged care provider Calvary will acquire Mary MacKillop Care (MMC) in South
Australia, including Berri’s St Catherine’s facility. MMC interim chief executive
officer Rob Hankins (pictured) says service in the area could be enhanced by the
acquisition. PHOTOS: Christian Longobardi
Redevelopment plans for the
new St Catherine’s in Berri will be
supported by Calvary.
So, if you look
at the services
around residential care,
I know that Calvary will
do an in-depth research
and study into the area
and what’s needed...
- Rob Hankins
Mary MacKillop Care interim CEO
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