Providing an exceptional level of care and support
for residents and the community of Taroona and Southern Area's of Hobart.
Mary's Grange is a not for profit organisation, owned by the Catholic Archdiocese of Tasmania. We are licenced for 68 high care residents and 37 low care residents and 1800 respite days per financial year. We have 28 Community Aged Care Packages where clients are supported to enable them to live in their own home. We also have 36 Independent Living Units located at 26 Channel Highway, Taroona. Resident happiness, comfort, safety and welfare are of prime concern to us. Our dedicated health care team and ancillary staff are available to provide whatever assistance is needed to meet resident requirements, and they will be happy to be of service.
The Home is an accredited Aged Care Facility under the Age Care Act 1997.
The Mission Statement of Mary's Grange is:
- We are a community of people who have a great respect for and love of life.
- We are bound together through our identity with Mary's Grange and the healing ministry of Jesus.
- We have a mutual interest & dedication to all people in our care.
- Our strong belief is that we are serving a great and worthwhile purpose as God's Hands at Mary's Grange and in the community
The philosophy of Mary's Grange:
- That life is a precious gift from God and that God has conferred on us that surpassing ministry of safeguarding life from the moment of conception until the moment of death.
- Those all who come under our care, regardless of culture of creed, deserve the best possible service to reach with dignity their maximum level of well-being.
- That our health services depend on the joint co-operation of the many professional and general staff members. This co-operation is based on the mutual respect of all staff towards one another and towards residents.
- We appreciate our responsibility to assist in the spiritual, physical and social needs of all members of the staff.
- That we have an obligation to make every effort to satisfy the spiritual needs of the residents and recognise that the Minister of Religion is important as a member of the health team.
- That the next of kin should be kept promptly, reliably and courteously informed regarding condition of relatives, providing the competent resident wishes this to be done.