Mercy Health

Mercy Health is a Catholic not-for-profit provider of care, founded by the Sisters of Mercy and grounded in a 2,000-year tradition of caring for those in need. The organisation provides health and aged care services throughout Victoria, southern New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory.  

With a number of new developments underway, Mercy Health’s presence in aged care continues to grow.

Mercy Health offers residents:

  • Fully accredited facilities
  • Registered nursing staff
  • Individualised care plans
  • Fresh cooked meals
  • Varied and individualised activities programs
  • Opportunities for community interaction

Mercy Health’s homes are regularly updated to maintain high quality and attractive surroundings. Residents are supported to maintain independence in an environment that is safe, but home-like.


Our locations

ACT
New South Wales
Queensland
Victoria
Western Australia
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International Nurses Day, a time to celebrate at Mercy Place Mandurah

on Thursday, May 7, 2020

International Nurses Day will cut through the generations at Mercy Place Mandurah, as retired nurses who are now residents of the not-for-profit aged care home celebrate their careers of caring alongside current nursing staff.

Staff and Resident Duo Get Crafty for WA’s Doctors and Nurses

on Tuesday, May 5, 2020

A staff and resident duo at a local not-for-profit home are making a difference to the lives of West Australian health staff, including those at Royal Perth and Fiona Stanley Hospital, during the coronavirus crisis.

Looking for Locals for New Pen Pal Program at Mercy Place Edgewater

on Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Not-for-profit aged care home Mercy Place Edgewater is appealing to locals who would like to revive the long lost art of letter writing.

Wanted: Locals Who Want to Discover the Lost Art of Letter Writing

on Friday, April 24, 2020

Not-for-profit aged care home Mercy Place Westcourt is appealing to locals who would like to revive the long lost art of letter writing.

Mercy Place Mandurah Residents Receive Cards from Perth Youngsters

on Friday, April 17, 2020

Compassion in the community is flourishing in many ways at the moment, and no more is it being acknowledged and witnessed than at Mercy Place Mandurah.

Wanted: WA Locals for New Pen Pal Program

on Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Not-for-profit aged care home Mercy Place Mont Clare is appealing to locals who would like to revive the long lost art of letter writing.

Kindness in the Community Amidst the Coronavirus

on Thursday, April 9, 2020

Compassion in the community is flourishing in many ways at the moment, and no more is it being acknowledged and witnessed than at Mercy Place Mont Clare.

Youngsters Display Caring in the Community Amidst the Coronavirus Chaos

on Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Compassion in the community is flourishing in many ways at the moment, and no more is it being acknowledged and witnessed than at Mercy Health’s MercyVille Hostel.

Mercy Health Celebrates What Makes Australia Special on Harmony Day

on Thursday, March 19, 2020

Staff and residents from Claremont’s ‘mini-United Nations’ at Mercy Place Mont Clare aged care home will come together to celebrate the dozens of different cultures that make it special as part of this year’s Harmony Day.

Mercy Place Mandurah Celebrates Seniors on International Women’s Day

on Friday, March 6, 2020

Mercy Place Mandurah will celebrate the achievements of its female elders on International Women’s Day, which falls on Sunday 8 March.

Mercy Place Mont Clare Seniors Busy Knitting Beanies for Babies

on Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Dozens of handmade booties and beanies are destined for premature babies at King Edwards Hospital, thanks to the talent and time of residents in the knitting club at Mercy Place Mont Clare.

Australia’s Got Talent at Mercy Place Parkville

on Monday, March 2, 2020

For Valentine’s Day, Mercy Place Parkville pulled out all the stops, hosting a love themed concert and celebrating a love story spanning more than 60 years. 

For Angelo, Volunteering is Rewarding in Any Language

on Friday, February 21, 2020

Although having enjoyed a full life, living all over the world and learning to speak five languages, 88-year-old Angelo Alibrandi says volunteering at a local Mercy Health residential aged care home is one of his greatest pleasures.

True Love Remains Strong After Almost Fifty Years

on Friday, February 14, 2020

After nearly 50 years of marriage, love lives on for Mercyville resident Jennifer Rogers and her American-born husband David, who are set to spend their 49th Valentine’s Day together today. 

Mercy Health’s Aged Care Residents Support Bushfire Relief

on Thursday, February 13, 2020

The unprecedented 2019/2020 bushfire crisis has prompted an outpouring of generosity from Australians across the country, including residents at Mercy Health's residential aged care homes.

True Love Remains Strong After More Than Six Decades

on Thursday, February 6, 2020

After more than 65 years of marriage, the love lives on for Mercy Place Westcourt resident Win Morris and her husband Ken, who are set to spend their 67th Valentine’s Day side-by-side, after meeting by chance at a beach on the south coast of England in the early 1950s.

Australia Day to be Celebrated by Young and Old at Mercy Place Edgewater

on Friday, January 24, 2020

Australia Day has special meaning for Mercy Place Edgewater resident and retired registered nurse Heather Addison who immigrated to Western Australia from the UK like thousands of others before her.

On the first day of Christmas, Mercy Place gave to me…

on Friday, December 20, 2019

Residents at Mercy Health’s aged care homes across Victoria have kicked off the festive season with dinners, carols and even a visit from a surprise ‘reindeer’. 

Mercy Place Mont Clare Staff Represent the Spirit of Christmas

on Thursday, December 19, 2019

Mercy Place Mont Clare chefs Aldie Gonzales and Savvas Sidiropoulos are fully aware that Christmas is all about family, religious reflections and festivities, but the dedicated Mercy Health staff members will also be focused on ensuring seniors at the not-for-profit aged care home have the most delicious food possible on 25 December.

Dedicated Staff Exemplify the Spirit of Christmas

on Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Annette Tanhla and Rachel Ghormanare just two of the dedicated care staff who will forfeit Christmas lunch with their families to help care for the dozens of residents at local aged care home Mercy Place Lathlain.

Volunteer-run Men’s Group is a Vintage Success

on Wednesday, December 4, 2019

The importance of older men having opportunities to spend quality meeting time together is not lost on the dedicated team at Mercy Place Mandurah.

Trio Recognised for Commitment to Volunteering at Mercy Place Mont Clare

on Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Sally Jones, Shirlyn Davies and Heather Johnstone are three of the many, dedicated volunteers around the country who will be recognised as part of International Volunteer Day on December 5.

Westcourt Seniors Admit Four-legged Volunteer is Paw-fect

on Monday, November 25, 2019

It’s no secret that one of the most popular visitors to be welcomed at Mercy Place Westcourt every week has four legs, a wet nose and a tail that wags enthusiastically.

Students and Seniors Strike Up Friendships at Mercy Place Edgewater

on Wednesday, November 20, 2019

When 16-year-old Tim Armstrong began a Workplace Learning placement at a local not-for-profit aged care home, he thought he would simply be helping to make cups of tea and coffee for residents.

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