Barb Phillips, Volunteer

The Spirit of Calvary in action Our thanks to Barb and other volunteers for your generosity and resilience especially during these past two years during COVID-19. You truly demonstrate the Spirit of Calvary. Meet Barb Phillips – winner of the Calvary Hobart Spirit of Calvary award in 2018. Working from

Acknowledging the importance of Anzac Day

Anzac Day falls on 25 April each year, commemorating the lives of all Australians who have served their country in times of war, including our own Leslie Hughes, a resident at Calvary Rye Sands on the Mornington Peninsula.

Calvary Mater Newcastle turns 100

On Friday 25 March, Calvary Mater Newcastle kick-started a year of celebrations to mark its 100-year history. Opening its doors in 1922, the Newcastle Mater Misericordiae Hospital was founded and administered by the Sisters of Mercy from their Mother House in Singleton. These Sisters were originally from Ennis, Ireland. From

Mission Critical

“Our vision is to be at the centre of integrated care and look after people in different phases and stages of their lives. We can do that because we have public and private hospital services, home-based care services, and now a very large presence in residential aged care.” The Catholic

A GOLD feather in our cap

Through the dedication of Associate Professor Aaron Sverdlov, Clinical Lead and Research Co-Director, Hunter New England Local Health District; and Associate Professor Doan Ngo, Co-Director and Research Lead; the Newcastle Cardio-Oncology Program (a collaboration between Calvary Mater Newcastle, HMRI, HNELHD and the University of Newcastle) has been designated a Center