NSW aged care provider to invest $27M converting retirement village to aged care

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Thompson Health Care has lodged an application with Gosford Council to convert a 56-unit retirement village on 1.6ha in Woy Woy, 80km north east of Sydney on the Central Coast, into a three-storey 160-bed aged care facility.

The application will now go before the Joint Regional Planning Panel.

Thompson Health Care has a long history in the sector. Established in 1965, the family-run operator has 12 aged care homes across Sydney, the Southern Highlands and the Mid-North Coast.