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MercyCare Wembley
Aged Care Home

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Centrally located in leafy Wembley, MercyCare Wembley is a single-storey aged care residence you can easily call home. Extensively and newly renovated, large rooms and communal spaces are light and airy, each looking out to our numerous beautifully landscaped courtyards and green spaces. Nature is abundant inside and out, from the meticulously kept gardens to the especially commissioned botanical artwork.

Personalised care is paramount. Qualified nurses are on duty around the clock. Our dedicated wellness clinic means you can access massage clinics, therapy activities and other health services.

Wembley Aged Care Facilities and Staff

We know it’s the staff that make the difference. Many of our staff have been with us for years and know the importance of working in partnership with you and your family to ensure personalised care.

Our Aged Care home is part of MercyCare’s Intergenerational Campus with our retirement village and early learning centre providing a supportive and immediate community for you. The historic grounds provide space for visiting families to wander with their loved ones or visit the neighbouring cafes and amenities.

Features and Highlights

  • 126 rooms, four wings
  • Secure female resident dementia wing
  • 24/7 Registered Nursing
  • Wellness clinic
  • Physiotherapy and occupational therapy
  • GP and specialist services
  • Therapy and lifestyle group activities
  • Tailored one-on-one therapy and lifestyle activities
  • Regular social outings
  • Spiritual care
  • Palliative care
  • Dietitian-approved, seasonally-driven changing menus
  • Onsite Hairdresser
  • Library
  • Cleaning and onsite laundry services

Specialist dementia care

MercyCare Wembley delivers a dementia-specific Therapy and Lifestyle program for females with a focus on engagement.

In our secure dementia wing we ensure consistent staff, each with dementia specialist training and a passion for working in this space.

Residents enjoy their own room with ensuite and access to communal areas and an outdoor space especially designed for those living with cognitive impairment.

Costs and Fees

Choosing a residential aged care home is a big decision, and it is important to understand the costs and fees associated with care. You can learn more about Cost and Fees here. Our local, friendly team are here to guide you through fees, charges, funding and any other questions you have at any time through your aged care journey.

Room type Room price Choose from three forms of payment options
Option 1
Maximum Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD)
Option 2
Maximum Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP)
Option 3
Combination payment of refundable deposit and daily payment.
For example
RAD
50%
DAP
50%
Anne Xavier wing
Single room with ensuite
$550,000 $550,000 $75.34 $275,000 $36.67
Catherine and Claver wings
Single room with ensuite
$450,000 $450,000 $61.64 $225,000 $30.82
Catherine and Claver wings
Single room with shared bathroom
$400,000 $400,000 $54.79 $200,000 $27.39
Ursula wing
Single room with ensuite
Secure Dementia care speciality wing (females only)
$550,000 $550,000 $75.34 $275,000 $36.67

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Service Manager

Leontina Pikiti

I have worked in the aged care sector for the past 14 years, where I have developed a strong passion for caring for the elderly.

What I love most about working in aged care is being part of making a positive impact on my residents, with a focus on enhancing their lives in a meaningful, fulfilling way.

In my role as Service Manager, I want to create a positive environment that is invigorating and enriching for all our residents, while also supporting my staff to deliver the best quality care with a person-centred approach.

I am driven by compassion, respect and courage in the work that I do and will make it my mission to ensure that our residents are at the forefront of the quality care we provide.

A warm welcome from the team

Carer

Helen

“When I’m looking after the residents, I just think about how I would want them to be treated if they were my mum or dad.”

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Maintenance

Brendan

Known for as a hard worker and nothing being too much trouble, he is always on hand to help new residents settle by making their new room feel like home.

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Clinical Nurse Manager

Sam

“Families play a huge part in the aged care setting. It’s important we chat with families and the residents to ensure they have dignity of choice and care plans are created on their wishes and needs.”

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Lifestyle, Therapy and Spirituality Coordinator

Jodie

“I really enjoy the social aspect of getting to know the residents and building relationships with them.”

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