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Respectful Communication: First Nations Do’s and Don’ts

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National Sorry Day serves as a reminder of the mistreatment and injustices faced by the Indigenous peoples of our country. It is a day of reflection, acknowledgment and reconciliation for the wrongs committed against the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Which begs the question, how do we become the change we want to see in the world and move forward – while still recognising the mistakes of the past?

Mercy Community welcomes Federal Government investment in aged care

A message from Janet Rhodes, Executive General Manager, Aged Care Services.

As advocates for compassionate and quality care for older Australians, Mercy Community applauds this week’s budget announcement allocating significant funds to enhance the aged care sector.

Margi’s journey to a greener commute

As environmental sustainability is becoming increasingly more important, Mercy Community is constantly taking proactive steps to reduce our carbon footprint and encourage team members to make greener choices in their work life and especially in their daily commute.

National Close the Gap Day 2024

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At Mercy Community, our mission is to create a world where individuals, families and communities are safe, healthy, and resilient.

Mercy Community – Changes to Services

Mercy Community has announced we will transition out of some services during the next few months. The affected services are Residential Care and Transition Services (RCaTS), Foster and Kinship Care (FKC), Supported Independent Living Services (SILS) and the Romero Centre. Mercy Community will continue to offer Aged Care Services, Disability Support Services (apart from SILS), […]

Respectfully observing 26 January

Given the diversity of Australia’s population, it’s not surprising to learn there is growing support to shift away from what 26 January traditionally stands for.

Meet Mercy Community’s new CEO Justin Lorenz

Drum roll please! Introducing our new Chief Executive Officer Justin Lorenz. Justin joined Mercy Community in October 2021 as Chief Financial Officer and is now honoured to step up to the CEO role, following the departure of Fritha Radyk. With more than 20 years of financial management experience under his belt, Justin’s career spans both […]

Mercy Community joins the fight against a nationwide nurse shortage

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Mercy Community joins the fight against a nationwide nurse shortage Mercy Community has joined the fight against a nationwide shortage of nurses to ensure Australia’s aged care sector has enough staff to cope with a rapidly ageing population. The organisation has partnered with hospitals, universities, and training organisations to provide student placements and employment opportunities in its aged […]

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