Hall & Prior takes over Montana Nursing Home

Hall & Prior Health and Aged Care Group Chief Executive Officer Graeme Prior announced today that the Group took over the management and operations of Montana Nursing Home from the end of July.

Montana Aged Care Home is in the heart of Mosman, one of Sydney’s most prestigious lower north shore suburbs.

The 64 bed home was purpose built with 54 single rooms and four two bed companion or couple rooms on the ground and first floor level.

It has been delivering care to the Mosman community since 2002.

“Hall & Prior is already part of Mosman, our Sirius Cove Aged Care Home is in Clanalpine Street, so this is an area that feels like home to us,” Mr Prior said.

“As an aged care provider with almost 30 years’ experience in the sector, we will leverage our expertise from owning and operating aged care homes across NSW and to provide exceptional care to residents at Montana and their families.”

Residents at Montana will benefit from Hall & Prior’s multi-disciplinary care program which includes 24/7 Registered Nurses and an in-house Allied Health team consisting of speech pathologists, occupational therapists, dietitians and clinical specialists.

Montana is arranged over three storeys with a commercial kitchen, laundry and staff amenities; it has dementia specific rooms on the ground floor for resident safety and your piece of mind.

Hall & Prior also plans to refurbish the home and provide more modern amenities for Montana’s residents and their families to enjoy.



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