Clayton Church Homes is pleased to announce we reached a mutually beneficial agreement with Stirling Hospital and have taken over operation of its Pinoak Tiers independent living units.
These Stirling based units add to CCH’s already vast knowledge of the special needs of residents in country and semi-rural environments, gained through a longstanding presence in the Adelaide Hills with Uraidla Village and Summerhill in Uraidla, plus our recently acquired retirement villages at Balhannah, Crafers, Gumeracha, Lobethal and Woodside.
It is business as usual for the residents, with no changes to their agreements, services or routines. However we look forward to providing further opportunities for ongoing improvement as the new operator.
Our CEO, Nino DiSisto, assured residents they will experience stability, continuity and opportunity for improvement with Clayton Church Homes operating their units.
“As a not-for-profit provider, the comfort and welfare of our residents is at the heart of everything we do and we will always remain true to the purpose for which we were established that is; to provide quality care through mutual respect in a loving environment for the benefit of the aged,” said Mr DiSisto.
Stirling consists of 31 independent living (10x 1-bedroom and 21x 2-bedroom) units, now part of the CCH family since settlement occurred on 20 December 2018.