Carnarvon Aged and Palliative Care Facility

The Carnarvon Residential Aged Care is being redeveloped to accommodate the longstanding and rising demand for aged care services in the region.

Project overview

The $19.1 million project will construct a new building with 38 beds including palliative enabled bedrooms, multi-purpose rooms with bariatric capabilities and rooms for couples

It will cater to a wide range of people who may require permanent and respite care and who are unable to live independently in their own homes.  

The modern building will be co-located at the Carnarvon Health Campus and will enable integration with other health services.

Works include the construction of flexible spaces to provide for varying resident needs and will ensure local people feel at home while accessing culturally appropriate care in their local community.

Current residents will be able to remain at the existing facility throughout the construction and will be transitioned to the new facility when complete.

Construction commenced in mid-2020 with practical completion expected in late 2021.

This project builds on the redevelopment of the Carnarvon Health Campus completed in 2016.

News

DateTitleSource
21 December 2020 Carnarvon Residential Aged Care facility - December 2020 WACHS Bulletin
26 June 2020    Modern aged and palliative care facility on track for Carnarvon Media Statements
9 May 2019 McGowan Government’s strong investment in Gascoyne continues Media Statements
7 September 2017 McGowan Labor Government invests in the Gascoyne Media Statements
10 August 2016 Gascoyne benefits from health care upgrade Media Statements

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