Opal Aged Care begins work on $48M aged care home in Sydney’s west

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The four-storey, 155-bed specialist nursing home at Bankstown is just 500m from Bankstown Hospital and will offer a range of culturally-specific services including Arabic speaking staff, Halal and Kosher meals and prayer services.
It’s just one of eight new aged care homes Opal is building in western Sydney at a cost of $300M.
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n August last year, Opal opened its 133-bed Cardinal Freeman aged care home at Ashfield in partnership with Stockland.
The other homes are planned for Toongabbie, Winston Hills, Blacktown, Penrith, Wentworthville and Cabramatta.

Pictured: Opal’s Cardinal Freeman residences at Ashfield

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