Annual Review
Welcome to our 25th Annual Review - a year in which we celebrate our silver jubilee and another year enriching the lives of our clients.

Our journey has been one of faith, courage and resilience, of our people working together to achieve what many thought was impossible. It has also been a period of growth and opportunity. Through this review, we proudly reflect on the care we have provided, and continue to provide our residents, clients and patients.

Pictured: David Robinson (Chairman), Dr Peter Steane MSC (Chair of Trustee), Ms Anne Walker (Vice Chair of Trustees), David Maher (Managing Director)
Our Mission to promote life in all its fullness continues to drive our core strategy to build the aged care of tomorrow, with an ongoing focus on four pillars:
  1. Mission Integration
  2. Enriching our clients' lives
  3. Creating a great place to work
  4. Growing our services to meet need
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At a glance



Residential aged care homes

Residential aged care accommodation places

Concessional ratio

Home care clients

Elder abuse helpline calls made

Retirement communities

Retirement living units

Healthcare services

Healthcare places

Healthcare admissions
At a glance

Home Care

At Catholic Healthcare, our Home Care programs aim to facilitate healthy ageing and enhance quality of life.

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Residential Aged Care

At Catholic Healthcare we are committed to providing the highest quality care and service to our residents and their families.

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Retirement Living

Catholic Healthcare provides a range of retirement living solutions for senior Australians who wish to live an active, positive and social lifestyle.

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Catholic Healthcare is proud of its vital contribution to the communities of Dubbo and Bathurst through the management of a third-schedule public hospital and a community outreach service.

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At a glance
At a glance

Our organisation has a big heart, and every one of our 4,000 dedicated people play an important part in ensuring that this is felt by all in our care.

Whether it's providing care directly, or supporting those who do, we empower our people to fulfil their day-to-day roles to the highest standards possible. Engaged people, proud and happy to be part of an organisation, translates into great care and service and it's this that helps to bring alive our Mission of enriching the lives of others.

We demonstrate our commitment to our people through the way that we listen and lead, build community and culture, celebrate achievements and equip them with the skills and knowledge they need to deliver their best.

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At a glance
Catholic Healthcare’s governance structure operates under both Canon Law and Civil Law and ensures that our foundational responsibilities are achieved. Read more on our governance ...