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
“More than ever we are focused on capitalising upon new and innovative ways to deliver health care and ensure we give the right care to the right person at the right time, and in the right setting. This is reflected in the strategic opportunities adopted by Calvary to support our people, enhance our assets, and develop a range of partnerships that benefit those we serve..”
Martin Bowles AO PSM, National Chief Executive Officer
Message from the Calvary Ministries Trustees Chair
“Our present day leaders and staff, like their patients, residents and clients, have negotiated staff shortages, lock-downs, fatigue, challenges to mental health, and their own bouts of illness and those of their families. Their generosity and tireless service has been remarkable. Our staff have helped people in their care navigate both the pandemic and their own particular forms of suffering while managing constant change and the impact of the virus on their own lives. Volunteers, also, have played an important role..”
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 St Catherine’s Retirement Community
In September 2021, residents of Calvary St Catherine’s Retirement Community in Berri, South Australia, moved into their new $19 million home. The purpose-built home solidifies the 60-year history of providing care for the Riverland community well into the future.
Calvary Private Hospital, Playford Health Hub
Calvary has continued to work with developer NorthWest Health Care Properties in planning for the purpose-built Playford Health Hub to be located opposite the Lyell McEwin Hospital; Adelaide’s third largest tertiary public hospital.
Calvary Trugo Place
This $34 million luxury aged care facility combines individually-focused clinical care and health-centric innovative architectural design. Calvary Trugo Place overlooks the tranquil parklands and picturesque waterways of Newport Lakes in Melbourne’s inner-west for 120 residents.
Calvary Kooyong Health and Retirement Precinct
Once complete, the precinct will offer 69 independent living units, an 83-bed residential care facility, specialist services for palliative patients and people with progressive neurological conditions, GP, allied health and related services, and community care services. There will also be a library, business centre, gymnasium and pool, retail space and cafes.
New South Wales
Calvary Corymbia is a new home completed in mid-2021 in Belrose, on Sydney’s North Shore. The home provides care to 100 residents across a range of accommodation options including companion rooms and suites.
Calvary Launceston Private Hospital
The new Calvary Launceston hospital will replace the existing Calvary St Luke’s and Calvary St Vincent’s Hospitals and be co-located with Launceston General Hospital to better meet the needs of the community.