History

In 1921, a catholic hospital named St Vincent’s was established by His Lordship, Most Reverend John Carroll, DD and entrusted into the care of the Sisters of Charity.  The hospital which was located in a weatherboard residence now known as ‘Tarmon’s House” comprised of a convent, three wards, ten beds and an operating theatre.

The Sisters of Charity, looking to further develop the hospital, purchased a house in Avondale Avenue where a Hospice was established. St Joseph’s Hospice was officially opened in 1937 providing accommodation for twelve patients.

In 1982, the sixty-bed nursing home, now known as St Joseph’s Nursing Home (SJNH), was built within the hospital grounds.  Patients were transferred from the Hospice to SJNH and the building, which is currently home to the Carroll Centre, was re-purposed and made available for community projects.

SJNH has evolved into the home it is today which prides itself in providing specialist care for the high care residents and recognised for its expertise in palliative and dementia care.

“Above and Beyond” Staff Recognition Program

"Above and Beyond"

Staff Recognition Program

Has a staff member or department at St Joseph's Nursing Home gone above and beyond your expectations?

If you would like to recognise them for their service, please take a moment to complete our online staff recognition form.

Click here to complete our "Above and Beyond" Staff Recognition form

Accreditation

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Accreditation

St Josephs has been accredited since March 2000 by the Aged Care Standards & Accreditation Agency. St Josephs continues to receive a 3 year Accreditation status and is currently accredited until December 2020. The home has a strong commitment to its quality improvement program and prides itself in the success of its Accreditation history.

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