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Annual Review
2017-18

Welcome

Welcome to our 24th Annual Review, in which we celebrate another year enriching the lives of our clients.

Throughout this review we proudly reflect on the care we provide to our residents, clients and patients, supporting them to live a full life through our holistic focus on services that promote both their physical health and their overall wellbeing.

As an organisation, we provide a valuable service to fellow members of our community, including some of the most needy.

Of course, the high level of care we provide would not be possible without our dedicated and passionate colleagues, and we celebrate their contribution throughout this review.


David Robinson (Chairman), Dr Peter Steane MSC (Chair of Trustee), Ms Anne Walker (Vice Chair of Trustees), David Maher (Managing Director)

Catholic Healthcare’s vision for the future is to build the aged care of tomorrow by focusing on three pillars.

  1. To bring to life our client promise
  2. To build a great place to work
  3. To grow our aged care services
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At a Glance


40
RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE SERVICES

2508
RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE ACCOMMODATION PLACES

48 .7%
CONCESSIONAL RATIO

8
RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES

287
RETIREMENT LIVING UNITS

9 .4
YEARS AVERAGE RETIREMENT LIVING TENURE

2
HEALTHCARE SERVICES

34
HEALTHCARE PLACES

368
HEALTHCARE ADMISSIONS

3851
COMMUNITY SERVICES CLIENTS

2964
ELDER ABUSE HELPLINE CALLS MADE

1348
HOME CARE PACKAGES

3849
EMPLOYEES

1150
VOLUNTEERS

120
LEADERS

Achievements


Home and Community Services
At Catholic Healthcare we are committed to promoting the holistic wellbeing of our clients, customers and patients.
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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
Retirement Living offers an opportunity to engage in community activities while maintaining independence.
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Healthcare
Catholic Healthcare is proud of its vital contribution to the communities of Dubbo and Bathurst in regional NSW through the management of a third-schedule public hospital and a community outreach service.
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Milestones

Our People

Our organisation has a big heart, and every one of our 3,800 people plays an important part in ensuring that this is felt by all in our care. Whether it’s providing care directly or supporting those that do, we’re committed to empowering our people to fulfil their day-to-day responsibilities to the highest standards possible. Engaged people, proud and happy to be part of our organisation translates into great service and care and allows us to bring alive our mission of enriching the lives of others.
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Finance and governance

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 ...

Revenue by Source

Revenue by Service

Net Assets