The Roshana Group has taken control of Gwen Hardie Lodge and Annie Bryson McKeown Lodge in Albany, and Sunshine Park Residential Care and Sunshine Park Retirement Village in Lesmurdie from the not-for-profit Baptistcare as it looks to the future.

“We will be handing over the residential facilities and retirement village with the understanding that Roshana will refurbish and enhance the facilities and amenities, which will be of great benefit for residents and employees,” Baptistcare Chief Executive Officer Russell Bricknell said.

He says the sale will allow them to improve their existing sites and services, with potential to expand to new locations in Western Australia.

Roshana Group’s CEO Rosh Jalagge, says that their focus is now the ongoing wellbeing of residents and employees.

“Residents and their families have been notified of the changes. All permanent employees at the facilities will be offered employment with Roshana Group to ensure residents continue to be supported by highly skilled and caring staff,” he said.

Pictured (left to right): Baptistcare CEO Russell Bricknell and Roshana Group CEO Rosh Jalagge at the contract signing.

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