New aged care wing opens at Golden Oaks Nursing Home in Bendigo
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Public sector residential aged care 03 July 2020

New aged care wing opens at Golden Oaks Nursing Home in Bendigo

A new 15 bed residential aged care wing has opened at the Golden Oaks Nursing Home in Bendigo.

Officially opening the wing was Member for Bendigo East Jacinta Allan and Member for Bendigo West Maree Edwards.

The $4.9 million redevelopment will allow most current residents to move to private rooms, increasing privacy and independence.

Existing bedrooms were also revamped, adding ensuites and new beds. Upgrades to the kitchen, serving area and dining room means fresh meals can be cooked on site and enjoyed in a welcoming space.

The opening marks the completion of stage three of the Victorian Government’s investment into Bendigo Health's Golden Square aged-care precinct.

Stages one and two constructed a link between Golden Oaks Nursing Home and Carshalton House Hostel, and added a cinema, café, reception and office space. A nine-bed area for residents needing higher level care was also upgraded.

The redevelopment was made possible via a $4.9 million contribution from the Victorian Government’s Regional Health Infrastructure Fund. The $350 million fund is the largest of its kind in Victorian history. It is rebuilding regional and rural infrastructure to ensure Victorians can access the high-quality care and facilities they need, no matter where they live.

Learn more about Golden Oaks Nursing Home via our dedicated project page.


IMAGES: View of the Golden Oaks entrance as seen from a garden bed in front of the facility

TEXT: Golden Oaks’ new 15-bed aged care wing is now complete

IMAGES: Various shots of the new wing – aerial and along the front facade

TEXT which means residents can enjoy greater comfort, privacy and independence

IMAGES: Various shots of the new resident bedrooms, a large dining and lounge area and a smaller breakout lounge area

TEXT The $4.9 million expansion includes more single bedrooms with ensuites, new beds for existing bedrooms, upgraded kitchen and dining room

IMAGES: A larger lounge area, then a view of the new wing façade taken from the air.

TEXT Funded through the $350 million Regional Health Infrastructure Fund, the expansion is part of a larger investment into Bendigo Health’s aged care precinct

TEXT Providing the high quality care our aged Victorians deserve, wherever they live

A sliding transition screen then displays the Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority logo, the web address and the Victoria State Government logo.

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Last updated: 03 July 2020