Anglican Care’s Kilpatrick Court Officially Opened by Bishop Peter Stuart
Anglican Care’s magnificent $39 million Kilpatrick Court, Toronto, was officially opened Bishop Peter Stuart on May 3.
Bishop Peter was joined by the Mayor of Lake Macquarie Councillor Kay Fraser, Federal Member for Hunter Joel Fitzgibbon MP, John Kilpatrick AM, the Anglican Care Board, CEO Colin Osborne, and some of the staff, residents, and invited guests who have been integral in the development and success of the facility. A traditional Welcome to Country was conducted by Auntie June from the Awabakal Land Council.
The facility has been named after John Kilpatrick AM, the Chair of Anglican Care for the past 37 years and a member of the Board for 46 years. John Kilpatrick and his family have been heavily involved in the accomplishments and running of Anglican Care and the wider Lake Macquarie community.
Kilpatrick Court is a state-of-the-art residential aged care home consisting of 147 places that provides around-the-clock care for residents of all care levels. The home has been designed to offer an environment of wellbeing and happiness, facilitating opportunities for social interaction and time outdoors. Anglican Care has commenced planning for stage two of the development on the site next to the existing facility, which will consist of retirement living villas.