New Kingston Centre residential aged care facility designs released
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Public sector residential aged care 02 September 2022

New Kingston Centre residential aged care facility designs released

We’ve released a first look at artist impressions for the new $134.6 million Kingston Centre residential aged care facility in Cheltenham.

The new 150-bed aged care facility will cater for residents with complex needs. It will enable them to remain close to their family and community connections as their care needs increase.

Designed by architects ClarkeHopkinsClarke, the facility will promote resident mobility and independence in a dementia-friendly environment.

About the Kingston Centre residential aged care facility

The multi-storey facility will include modern single rooms and private ensuite bathrooms. It will offer a safe and reassuring environment that feels like home.

A community room, reflection space and other common areas will be available. They’ll provide a space for social interactions and activities between residents, families and the community.

The new facility will also use an enhanced ventilation and air conditioning system, supporting aged care staff to better protect residents against the spread of infectious airborne particles.

The design will also make the most of the surrounding natural environment. Residents will enjoy open area views and an abundance of natural light. They will also have access to terraces and gardens.

The location at the Kingston Centre means residents will have easy access to a broad range of integrated aged care services. These include cognitive dementia and memory services, as well as clinics for falls and balance.

The facility is being delivered in partnership with Monash Health. The project is on track to be completed in 2025.

Learn more about the Kingston Centre residential aged care facility via our dedicated project page.

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Last updated: 02 September 2022