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Hall & Prior Aged Care Group

Established in 1992 by Michael Hall and Graeme Prior, the Hall & Prior Health and Aged Care Group has grown from a single family-owned nursing home to a leading Australian aged care provider.

For over 25 years, Hall & Prior has been driven by a commitment to deliver quality aged care that is accessible to everyone, no matter their background or circumstances.

We believe that this commitment and dedication makes a true difference to the lives of our care recipients and their families and that our success is based on a clear understanding of this commitment and a genuine belief in what we do.

Our philosophy is that our residents and care recipients are entitled to the highest standards of professional care, privacy and dignity and we are proud to promote individuality, diversity and inclusivity in our approach.

We employ 2,100 professional and specialist staff dedicated to planning and caring for our residents and the people we care for.

Our homes provide leading care, safety and comfort, quality facilities and ensure choice in regards to accommodation and services, which is important to all individuals.

We remain committed to the delivery of best practice and accessible care options. Our newest aged care developments across the country are evidence of this.

In WA Karingal Green is a 1.6-hectare care community offering high quality, contemporary design and leading care and healing services for residents and integrated programmes servicing the local community. Georges Estate Health & Aged Care in NSW is another of our new world-class 'centres for healing' offering state-of-the-art amenities and in-home care programs.

WHAT'S HAPPENING AT HALL & PRIOR

Video: LGBTI-inclusive aged care at Tuohy

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We are proud to share our safe and inclusive model of care for LGBTI elders.

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Video: Veteran Harold Martin shares his story

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Harold Martin, now 102 years old, is a WWII POW survivor from the infamous Thai Burma Railway. We...

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