Moonta Health and Aged Care Services inc.
History of Moonta Health & Aged Care Service Inc
Originally located overlooking the Queens Square park in the Moonta township, the Hospital relocated its present position and officially opened on the 5th May 1991 and consisted of the Moonta Jubilee Hospital, the Moonta Community Nursing Home and the Moonta Primary Care Unit.
The Moonta Jubilee Hospital's name was change in November, 1990 to Moonta Health & Aged Care Service Inc.
In 2001 the Hospital merged with the NYP Aged Hostel Inc (located next door) and a new wing to join both of the facilities was built.
The new wing was officially opened on the 20th June 2003 by the Hon. Kevin Andrews.
The Nursing Home section the Hostel section then became known as "Parkview Aged Care".
With the merger and the completion of the new wing the facility grew to offer the public 32 Low-care beds, 32 High-care beds, 8 Longstay beds and 5 Acute beds.
The hospital operates as a private hospital serving the community of the Copper Triangle and surrounding districts.
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