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Southern Cross Care achieves strong result in recent ACAR allocations
Posted by Marketing on December 8, 2014

Resized_Graydn_Spinks_GM_Services.jpgLeading West Australian health and aged care services provider Southern Cross Care (WA) Inc. achieved a strong result in the ACAR allocations announced this week.   The combination of bed licenses and home care package allocations awarded to not for profit Southern Cross Care recognises the organisation’s demonstrated capability in delivery quality long term care outcomes for its clients. 

Southern Cross Care GM for Services, Graydn Spinks said the success achieved in the ACAR allocation rounds will enable Southern Cross Care to meet the rapidly growing demand for quality aged care services by creating new community orientated aged care hubs in the northern and southern corridors of Perth. 

“It is encouraging that Government is now recognising this demand through the significant number of allocations created in WA.  I have no doubt that the industry is at a tipping point of a new era.  Our exciting new aged care residential developments will offer seamless integration between health and aged services in one location, which is now an environment in demand by the elderly.

I believe the long term care and health outcomes of our customers’ have always been at the heart of our offer.  We also have an immediate need for delivery of more home care services in our community, and the allocation of additional packages supports our philosophy of helping the elderly stay in their own home for as long as possible,” Mr Spinks said.

Southern Cross currently delivers health and aged care services to over 2500 people across Western Australia.  Southern Cross Care received 282 allocations across residential and home care services.


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