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Outcomes for residents should be the focus of accreditation standards for residential aged care, rather than compliance with prescriptive protocols, according to recent submissions by leading health and aged care provider, HammondCare.
The residents of HammondCare’s Montgomery Home in Caulfield have been treated to a spontaneous visit from horseracing legend, Apache Cat.
This month will mark 50 years since the death of Arthur Stace at Hammondville. Internationally recognised as 'Mr Eternity', Stace spent 30 years anonymously writing the word 'Eternity' across the streets of Sydney.
Specialist palliative care provider, HammondCare, has been commissioned by the Sydney North Primary Health Network to provide quality End of Life Care education and training for staff working in residential aged care across Northern Sydney.
An independent evaluation of pain management services across NSW has identified Greenwich Hospital as a leader in reducing patient’s experience of chronic pain and their dependency on medication.
In the aftermath of the Palm Beach Tragedy, General Manager of HammondCare At Home (HCAH), David Martin, has given voice to the benefits of volunteering in the home-care sector.
Melbourne residents caring for an elderly family member living with dementia are now able to access a newly established in-home respite service that will give them a much needed break.
A new book has been released addressing the often misunderstood or ignored needs of providing care for people with dementia at night.
HammondCare’s Braeside Hospital will become a leader in healthcare sustainability with the installation of a new state-of-the-art solar power system which will supply at least 10 per cent of the hospital’s electricity needs.
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