SummitCare takes part in the industry level awards to showcase and demonstrate the level of service excellence we provide to our residents and family and we have won an accolade of awards in various categories from clinical care in the palliative care category to business and organisational excellence and award winning training programs for staff.
SummitCare work in partnership with Registered Training Organisations and Universities across NSW to provide a unique and hands on face to face learning experience to anyone wishing to start a career in aged care. SummitCare provides direct access to our residential aged care homes, workplace assessment and valuable experience to enhance learning.
With Australia’s Ageing Population continuing to grow, Aged Care is one of the few industries where job security and job opportunities are possible for decades to come.
SummitCare works with a number of industry bodies to ensure quality and clinical care for our residents is the utmost focus we pride ourselves in ensuring that we not only meet the standards but exceed and strive for services excellence across all our homes.
Peter and Jenny Wohl have been long standing supporters of St Vincent’s Hospitals across the Darlinghurst campus for over 20 years.
Since 2016, Peter and Jenny have been supporting Tierney House, a 12 bed residential unit that provides short-term transitional accommodation to people experiencing or at risk of homelessness that need health support.
Tierney House provides a safe and stable environment where residents can access assessment, treatment and supported referral to health, accommodation and support services. The Wohl’s fund the position of a Peer Support Worker, who having experienced homelessness themselves, can easily relate to the residents at Tierney House and advocate for and support them during their treatment.
St Vincent’s is incredibly grateful for their ongoing support.
COA Fresh is an innovative service brought about due to COVID, and is proudly sponsored by Peter & Jenny Wohl and family. It was COA's way of helping people stay out of the shops as much as possible. Our members and friends loved the service, and so with a generous donation from Peter Wohl and family we are committed to keep it going.
COA members and others in the community who are doing it tough, or trying to keep COVID safe, are visited weekly by COA volunteers who deliver a mixed bag of fresh fruit and vegetables and other household items (toiletries, cleaning and sanitising products etc).
Those who feel they need the service can call COA social workers or our volunteer coordinator on 9389 0035 to be included in delivery lists, and the service can be ended easily with a phone call.
There is no need to pay for the service, as we want to ensure food security regardless of ability to pay, but those who feel they can contribute $10 towards their weekly bag can do so by contacting COA to either give a one off amount or can make this a recurring direct debit contribution.