The open, welcoming environment at SummitCare St Marys aged care makes it a popular aged care choice for people in the western Sydney area.
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An easy-to-access layout features accommodation for 120 aged care residents conveniently located on the ground floor in twin and single configurations. The spacious St Marys aged care centre offers modern facilities and is beautifully styled in muted tones and gorgeous furnishings.

Indoor lounges and the large courtyard barbecue area are great spots to socialise, and St Marys residents can also relax to the sounds of the lovely water feature in the more tranquil garden and gazebo area – or grab a book to enjoy from the library. 

SummitCare St Marys aged care is home to a true community of residents. Friendships are constantly nurtured through a wide variety of activities, including a knit ’n’ natter group, a men’s social club, concerts and craft activities. The Play Up program features professional performers delivering humour therapy to residents, while the Sing Out Loud Together choir, in conjunction with a local public school, is a truly joyful experience.

Nutritious, fresh meals are designed by our dietitian, on-site hairdressing services are available and the mobility and exercise program is very popular.

SummitCare St Marys aged care centre is located within easy walking distance of the suburb’s CBD and public transport.

These elements all unite to deliver the best in nurturing and friendly aged care.

Contact SummitCare St Marys aged care centre today to arrange a tour of the St Marys home, and live the life you want to live.

Safety Information

SummitCare is committed to ensuring the safety of the residents, relatives, staff and volunteers in our centres. We hold a bi-monthly Work Health & Safety and Risk Management forum, and each centre has an appointed committee.

Fire Training

Our residential centres conduct fire training for all staff members through Emcorp. Staff are trained in the use of equipment such as fire extinguishers, evacuation and general handling of an emergency fire situation. Mock fire training is also conducted, where staff practise evacuating residents under similar conditions. Residents can be involved in this training, or they may elect not to be involved.

Outbreak Management

In the residential aged care environment, outbreaks of infectious disease sometimes occur, despite the rigorous infection-control principles that are applied throughout our centres. SummitCare utilises a strict outbreak management procedure to contain the spread of infection in these situations. During outbreaks, visiting is suspended so as not to spread the infection beyond the centre. Any outbreaks are reported to the public health unit and the Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency, as per our critical incident procedure.

HACCP

SummitCare kitchens are fully compliant with HACCP legislation. Food is prepared in accordance with the HACCP guidelines, as well as the Food Safety Standards of Australia.