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Boronia Heights residential facility owned by religious sisters offers full spectrum of options

SPONSORED BY ST PAUL DE CHARTRES AGED CARE

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Peacful: St Paul de Chartres Residential Aged Care and Retirement Units Comprising of 86 independent living units and a 98-bed aged care facility situated in the suburb of Boronia Heights, south of Brisbane in Queensland.

ST Paul de Chartres Residential Aged Care and Retirement Units are owned and operated by the Sisters of St Paul de Chartres – Australia, a Roman Catholic religious order.

The Sisters of St Paul de Chartres are well known in the Brisbane community for their years of dedication serving the aged which has led them to achieve their dream of being able to offer a full spectrum of accommodation options and services that has expanded over many years.  

Comprising of 86 independent living units and a 98-bed aged care facility situated in the suburb of Boronia Heights, south of Brisbane in Queensland. 

 “The Sisters are very pleased that they are able to provide a special place for retirees to maintain their independence whilst feeling safe and secure,” director Sr Nancy Wong said.

The beautifully established independent living units are nestled amidst landscaped gardens and a backdrop of natural bush land and offer affordable and convenient living for retirees with on site facilities including a Chapel with Mass celebrated daily, a spacious community centre, hairdressing salon, visiting doctors, overnight security and more.

This sponsored content has been provided by St Paul de Chartres Residential Aged Care for the annual Seniors’ Guide advertising feature.  The content also appeared in our October 2, 2016 edition as paid content.

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