The new $34M, 120-bed Shepparton Villages’ Maculata Place is redefining what aged care facilities are and offers a real sense of home and community for the residents.
Whilst the bricks and mortar were coming together at Macualta Place, the Shepparton Villages Board of Management had moved on to planning the $18.2m redevelopment of residential care facilities at Rodney Park Village in Mooroopna.
At Maculata Place, the following unique features create a true community for our residents.
Maculata Place, the new 120 bed residential aged care facility being built on Chas Johnson Reserve is on track for completion at the end of July 2018.
The new 120 bed, $34million building at Tarcoola to eventually replace Hakea Lodge will be known as Maculata Place.
Shepparton Villages has announced plans for a $16.8 million-dollar redevelopment of Rodney Park in Mooroopna to commence around October this year.
CEO of Leading Aged Care Services Australia (LASA), Sean Rooney will address the Shepparton Villages board prior to speaking at the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, October 24.
Members of the Shepparton South Rotary Club were treated to an egg and bacon roll and hot coffee this morning (THURSDAY AUGUST 3) at Shepparton Villages new pop up food van.