Princes Court

Princes Court Receives Three-Year Reaccreditation From Government

Princes Court Receives Three-Year Reaccreditation From Government

The largest and leading aged care provider in Mildura, Princes Court, has received reaccreditation from the Australian Government, with an extensive review finding Princes Court met all quality standards with no recommendations for improvement.

The national Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission regularly reviews aged care facilities like Princes Court to ensure quality is being delivered and standards maintained. As part of the detailed audit, quality assessors visited Princes Court in February, with a final report giving the facility a green tick.

Princes Court Board Chair, Lyn Heaysman, said the success of the Government review showed Princes Court provided care for Mildura aged care residents above and beyond industry standards.

“Our reaccreditation is a fantastic result and a reflection of all the outstanding work our dedicated and hardworking team at Princes Court invests day in and day out to deliver a very high level of care for our consumers,” Ms Heaysman said.

“I’m so proud of our entire team, But we never rest on our laurels. Our residents are at the centre of everything we do at Princes Court retirement village in Mildura and propelling us forward are growth and expansion plans which will enhance the care we deliver even further.”

Ms Heaysman said that since its establishment in 1957, Princes Court had led the way in non-for-profit aged care support in Mildura and the Sunraysia region.

Our friendly, tight-knit team works together as one big family, bonded by the indisputable belief that everyone we support deserves to feel happy, safe, valued and respected,” she said. “Our residents, staff and generous volunteers all contribute to this vibrant community, knowing that we are strongest when we work together to meet the needs of everyone who needs us.

“We may turn 66 ourselves this year but Princes Court is more committed than ever to meeting the rising aged-care needs of Mildura and beyond.”

Established in 1957, Princes Court is a major, not-for-profit community providing for 100 Mildura aged care residents, 76 independent living residents and a growing number of clients who benefit from Princes Court’s new domestic support services in their own homes. In 2020, Princes Court received a prestigious, national award for Excellence in Age Services from Leading Aged Services Australia.

Princes Court
27-29 Princes St, Mildura
03 5022 1022


Media contacts:

Carrie Chappell, Acting Chief Executive Officer Princes Court, 03 50550923
Andrew Mevissen, Rock Solid Marketing, 0431 883 057