UnitingCare Queensland provides health and community services to thousands of people every day of the year through its service groups – UnitingCare Community, UnitingCare Health, Blue Care and ARRCS (Australian Regional Remote Community Services).
ARRCS (Australian Regional and Remote Community Services) was established in July 2014 and provides aged care and community services in the Northern Territory. It operates eight residential care facilities with a combined capacity of 385 beds, and 11 community care programs in Darwin, Alice Springs, Tennant Creek, Katherine, Mutitjulu and Docker River. Some of the services are specifically for Indigenous Australians.
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UnitingCare Community supports vulnerable people and communities that are disadvantaged in some way – helping people with a disability and their families to make choices about their care, working with children and families to keep them safe and supporting people who are in crisis.
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UnitingCare Health is one of the largest not-for-profit, private hospital groups in Queensland and provides professional and compassionate care to more than 109 000 patients each year through its private hospitals - The Wesley and St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospitals in Brisbane, The Sunshine Coast Private Hospital in Buderim and St Stephen’s Hospital in Maryborough and Hervey Bay.
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Blue Care is one of Australia’s leading not-for-profit service providers of residential aged care, community care and retirement living, operating in more than 260 centres in 80 communities across Queensland and northern New South Wales.
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