BaptistCare buys out three Newcastle retirement villages from local council

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The NSW-based Not for Profit secured the villages – Allambie Court at New Lambton, Kiah Court at Jesmond and Carinya Court at New Lambton – following an earlier expression of interest process by the Newcastle City Council last year.

The new villages will be BaptistCare’s first in the area, joining its existing services which include three community centres in Wallsend, Mayfield and Windale, home care services and an aged care home in Warabrook.

BaptistCare currently has 14 aged care homes, 9 retirement villages and a range of community services catering for over 15,000 people across NSW and the ACT.


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