Pacific Islander recruits join Calvary aged care teams

A group of 26 Pacific Islander recruits have arrived in Brisbane to commence their training to become personal care workers across Calvary Health Care’s residential aged care homes. The workers are joining Calvary under the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) Scheme, a Commonwealth Government initiative aimed at contributing to the

Mother and daughter opt to retrain at new Calvary home

When one door closes, another door opens. That’s the positive mindset of Jess Jones, former cleaner at the now closed Calvary Bonbeach and now the friendly face at reception greeting residents, visitors and staff at Calvary George Vowell on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. As a home support officer (HSO), Jess counts

Calvary Riverina seeks community input

Calvary Riverina Hospital is embarking on a new chapter, with consultation underway to support planning for future services a the hospital. To do this, Calvary is developing a Clinical Services Plan (CSP) that identifies the healthcare required to meet the needs of the Riverina into the future, considering population objectives

Calvary Connery Centre opens its doors

Calvary’s new $4.75 million state-of-the-art Connery Centre welcomes its first oncology patients today. Calvary SA Regional CEO Sharon Kendall said this was a long awaited and important milestone to realise an enhanced oncology service with capacity to expand over time to support a growing region. What is the Calvary Connery

Calvary resident sets skydiving goal to jump-start his life

Calvary Bayview aged care resident Brian Corbyn was feeling pretty flat. So he jumped out of a plane. The tandem skydive seems to have been just the ticket for the father and grandfather. “It was a great feeling, the adrenaline of it all,” Brian said after completing his jump. “I