as at December 2021
Do you have an elderly loved one who needs respite care, convalescent care or permanent placement at mecwacare Rositano House or another aged care facility in the RICHMOND area ?
Preferably with an accommodation payment (RAD / DAP), and any additional service fees, within your budget ?
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mecwacare Rositano House provides accommodation for 30 residents with each single bedroom featuring an en suite bathroom and comfortable furnishings. All bedrooms are telephone, television and internet ready.
A beautiful outdoor area is protected from the elements which means it can be used in any weather – perfect for relaxing quietly or socialising with family and friends. An activities area plays host to regular events and other centre-based activities.
The well-appointed lounge and dining areas boast tea and coffee making facilities and a resident lounge area is ideal for entertaining family and friends.
The bustling CBD of Melbourne is just a 15 minute drive away with the famed Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) and Rod Laver Arena are both close by.
Other services and amenities available at mecwacare Rositano House include:
All rooms are private single accommodation with an ensuite bathroom. All rooms are of similar size & standard. North facing rooms provide views across surrounding city landscape. Some South facing rooms have small balconies.
Basic furniture is provided in all rooms but residents are welcome to furnish their own roomas they wish, in consultation with staff.
All rooms are fitted with telephone.
273 Church Street , RICHMOND , 3121, VIC
Category: Community Based
mecwacare Rositano House
Accreditation Status: Accreditation Report
Source: Aged Care Quality Agency
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