Calvary’s Strategic Intent outlines our mission, vision, values and the four major priority areas, over the next five years.
Message from the National CEO
“We have continued to invest in improving the leadership capability in our organisation so our people may be better leaders; we are giving people more opportunities to be heard to help them make a difference and we are improving our rewards and recognition programs to let people know that we value their contribution.”
Martin Bowles AO PSM, National Chief Executive Officer
Message from the Calvary Ministries Trustees Chair
“Staff in all services have worked tirelessly with patients, families and one another to manage visitor restrictions ensuring that whilst safety is adhered to, families are still able to spend precious time with their loved ones and to ensure that the end of life care experienced by patients and families continues to embody the values and Mission of Calvary.”
The Hon Michael Lee, Calvary Ministries Trustees Chair.
Message from the LCMHC Chair
Amidst a COVID-19 environment of uncertainty and impact on their own families, our people are going above and beyond to continue the delivery of high quality, compassionate health, aged and home care to the communities we serve.”
Jim Birch AM, Little Company of Mary Health Care (LCMHC) Chair.
Building Healthy Communities
Calvary Ryde Retirement Community
New South Wales
Calvary’s Ryde Residential Aged Care home offers almost 30 additional residential aged care places in an environment purpose-built to enhance residents’ socialisation, independence, health and overall wellbeing.
Calvary Cessnock Retirement Community
New South Wales
The redevelopment is the latest in a rolling schedule of major works and upgrades as part of Calvary’s multi-million investment at its Cessnock residential aged care home.
Calvary St Catherine’s Retirement Community
Purpose built to assist residents as they age and as their care needs change, it is designed to support residents’ independence, social interactions, health and overall wellbeing, and to enable best practice care for people living with varying levels of dementia with 50 spacious single rooms, each with a private ensuite.
Calvary Launceston Private Hospital
The new Calvary Launceston purpose built hospital will replace the existing Calvary St Luke’s and Calvary St Vincent’s Hospitals, at an estimated project cost of $130 million, enabling us to care for more patients each year, with more operating theatres and patient recovery spaces.
Calvary Public Hospital Bruce, Clare Holland House
Australian Capital Territory
The expansion, funded by the Commonwealth Government and The Snow Foundation, and delivered by the ACT Government, provides an additional eight palliative care inpatient beds enabling palliative care for an additional 250 patients a year.
Calvary Health and Retirement Precinct
The precinct is being built on the site of the former Calvary Bethlehem hospital on Kooyong Road. Calvary Bethlehem has been a part of the Caulfield community for nearly 80 years and has a proud history of caring for families at various stages in their lives.